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Fruits Cocktail Drinks Recipes


Fruits Cocktail Drinks Recipes

A blend of pineapple, apple, and orange juice are the stars of the show with this pineapple fruit cocktail. Served with sliced pear and the optional rum which are also refreshing for the summer!

Pineapple Drink 

Pineapple Drink


• 1 1/2 cups pineapple juice

• 1 cup apple juice

• 1/2 cup orange juice

• 1 tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice

• 1 pear core removed and sliced

• 3 oz rum divided (optional)


• Combine all the ingredients (except rum if omitting,) into a mixing bowl or pitcher. Chill in refrigerator until ready to serve.

• Pour over ice in tall glasses and garnish with additional pear and lemon slices.


• You can add 1 1/2 oz of rum into each glass before serving if you want to save some of the beverage as alcohol-free.

Hurricane Mocktail

Hurricane Mocktail

Are you looking for a virgin hurricane drink recipe or a Mardi Gras mocktail idea? This Hurricane Mocktail recipe is a delicious non-alcoholic hurricane PERFECT for those looking for New Orleans non-alcoholic drinks or Mardi Gras drinks for kids.


• 3 ½ ounces Hawaiian Punch

• 1 ½ ounces coconut water

• 1 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice

• 1 teaspoon grenadine

• Splash of orange juice

• Orange slice, for garnish

• Maraschino cherry, for garnish


• Add the Hawaiian Punch, coconut water, lime juice, grenadine, and orange juice into a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.

• Fill a large hurricane glass with ice. Strain the juice mixture into the glass over the ice.

• Garnish with the orange slice and cherry.

Caramel Apple Cider Mimosas 

Caramel Apple Cider Mimosas

combine your favorite champagne or prosecco with seasonal apple cider for the perfect drink to sip this Fall! Great for Fall gatherings and brunches!


• Caramel sauce for rim

• Cinnamon sugar for rim

• 4 ounces apple cider chilled

• 2-4 ounces prosecco or champagne chilled

• cinnamon stick for garnish

• apple slice for garnish


• Dip the rim of the champagne flute in caramel and then in the cinnamon sugar. I find it easiest to use a small plate to hold the caramel and cinnamon sugar separate for easy dipping.

• Pour in the apple cider and top off with the prosecco.

• Garnish with an apple slice or cinnamon stick if desired.


• You can use a ratio of 2:1 or 1:1 for this recipe depending on how strong you want the drink to be.

• For a non-alcoholic version, use sparkling cider in place of prosecco or champagne.

Mai Tai Cocktail

Mai Tai Cocktail

A simple and basic Mai Tai is easy to make. This rum cocktail has a delicious mix of almond, lime, and tropical fruit flavors. Great for summer!


• 1.5 oz white or Jamaican rum

• .5 oz Triple sec

• 2 oz orange juice

• 2 oz pineapple juice

• 2 teaspoons lime juice

• 2 teaspoons orgeat syrup

Optional garnishes

• Maraschino cherries with stem

• Pineapple wedge


• Add ice to a cocktail shaker and fill a rock glass halfway with ice cubes.

• Pour all the liquid ingredients into the cocktail shaker. Shake for ten seconds and strain over ice in rock glass.

• Garnish with cherries and pineapple on a cocktail pick.


• You can make your own orgeat syrup by boiling a tablespoon of water and tablespoon of almonds in 1/4 cup of water until they reduced to a thick syrup. You can also buy pre-made orgeat syrup (almond simple syrup) at any specialty grocer.

• If you are making these for a party, assemble garnishes ahead of time on cocktail picks and store in a plastic container in the fridge until ready to serve.


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