This exotic-looking cocktail is simplicity itself and can be varied with different fruit juices. Top with lavish amounts of fruits for a festive effect and add ginger ale to make a great long drink.
Cocktails are as much delight to the eyes as to the palate. They are flavorsome, fun, and designed to be shared. They are simply mixed drinks, usually based on one or more spirits or liqueurs and flavoured with fruit juices, syrups, spices and other mixers.
Coconut cream is used in many cocktails, but, because it separates in the container, it will often need to be beaten or blended before using.
Served over lots of ice, this is a long refreshing concoction.
Crushed with plenty of ice, this fruity combination quickly makes an adult slush. Enjoy before it goes past its best.
Cachaca is also known as Brazilian firewater and is a local white rum, somewhat stronger than the regular.
A popular 18th century cocktail celebrating the new abundance of citrus fruits.
To set the scene – serve this coconut cocktail in a real coconut shell.
All you need with this is the sunshine, the beach and the warm sea lapping at your toes.
Like pureed mango on the rocks, this cocktail is fruit with a kick.
This is quite simply every bit as refreshing as it looks.