The holidays mean parties, of course, and Jarden Consumer Solutions is positioning its Margaritaville family of products as the answer to any party giver's question about what drinks to serve. Pictured here is the Margaritaville Tahiti Frozen Concoction Maker, which creates a variety of frozen tropical drinks.The Tahiti comes with three separate 24-ounce blending jars, thus enabling the user to make multiple frozen drinks at the same time. It also features a rotating ice chute, designed to shave the perfect amount of ice for each jar. The Tahiti's design includes six fully automatic, preprogrammed drink settings for margaritas, daiquiris, mudslides, smoothies and other beverages. The Tahiti is one of the most recent additions to the Margaritaville lineup, which has been growing steadily since the line's introduction nearly three years ago. Other products in the group include the Key West Frozen Concoction Maker, which shaves ice and blends it with the ingredients to produce restaurant-quality frozen drinks. There is also the Explorer Cordless Frozen Concoction Maker, which is powered by an 18-volt nickel-cadmium battery, making it suitable for producing frozen beverages during tailgating parties or on boat trips. Speaking of tailgating, the Margaritaville brand also offers a tailgating grill, a full-size propane-gas grill with a heavy-duty swing arm that attaches to the back of a vehicle. The grill can be attached to the swing arm, ensuring that it is never inside the vehicle.

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