Tropical Drinks

For a taste of Bali, Hawaii, or the Bahamas, blend a batch of tropical cocktails. Keep this collection of drink recipes behind your bar so you can refer to it for the best tropical mixed cocktails, including Caribbean Breeze, Blue Hawaiian, and Tequila Sunrise.

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Chichi

Better Homes and Gardens

Here's a creamy sweet tropical cocktail for two. For a nonalcoholic coconut milkshake, just omit the vodka.

Total: 10 mins

Ginger Zombie (Triple Zombie)

Monk Fruit In The Raw

Fresh ginger and a splash of coconut rum make this Caribbean cocktail seductively good. Bartenders serve this potent drink in a curved, hurricane-shaped glass but using a tall highball or iced tea glass is fine.

Mango Mojito

Agave In The Raw®

Golden mango, a breeze of fresh spearmint, and an aromatic hint of lime combine to make this mojito sparkle with tropical taste.

Tropical Cucumber Breeze Cocktail

Stevia In The Raw®

Pineapple, cucumber, refreshing mint and white rum make for a refreshing and light cocktail.

Tropical Tinsel

Better Homes and Gardens

Chilled champagne and pineapple juice combine for a bubbly tropical drink designed for Christmas celebrations.

Total: 2 mins

Passion Colada

EatingWell

Passion fruit juice turns a pina colada into something special.

Total: 5 mins

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