Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple Cocktail Recipe

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Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple Nutrition Facts


Fat:2 g

Protein:1 g

Carbohydrates:40 g

Alcohol %:20

Created by

Nic Polotnianko

I fell in love with the art of mixology 6 years ago. Since then, I've honed my skills, crafting a myriad of cocktail recipes, and sharing my passion with other enthusiasts.

Last Updated: January 7, 2024


The Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple cocktail is a tropical delight that takes you straight to the sandy beaches of the Bahamas. This cocktail is a favorite amongst those who enjoy fruity and refreshing drinks. It's perfect for those hot summer days when you need a little escape. The cocktail is served in a pineapple, adding to the overall tropical experience.

How Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple Tastes?

This cocktail is a sweet and tangy delight, with the tropical flavors of pineapple and coconut cream blending perfectly with the smooth rum. The hint of grenadine adds a touch of tartness that balances the sweetness, making it a refreshing and enjoyable drink.

Interesting facts about Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple

  • The Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple is served in a hollowed-out pineapple, making it a fun and unique drink.
  • This cocktail is a great source of vitamin C thanks to the pineapple.
  • Despite its tropical origins, this cocktail can be enjoyed anywhere, anytime.



This tropical fruit is the star of the show, providing a naturally sweet and tart foundation. Not enough pineapple makes the cocktail less vibrant, while too much overpowers the delicate balance. No pineapple, no Bahama Breeze! As an alternative, mango might step in, but that's a whole new cocktail.

Mary Mitkina

Coconut Cream

This creamy delight brings the tropical richness that pairs with pineapple like a beach hammock pairs with a lazy afternoon. Too little and you miss the smooth texture, too much and it's like sunscreen—overwhelming. Sub in coconut milk for a lighter touch.

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White Rum

Provides a clean, crisp boozy kick to cut through the sweetness. Skimp on the rum, and the cocktail could be mistaken for a smoothie; drown it and you're hosting a college spring break. Light vodka can be a stand-in for a different kind of kick.

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Dark Rum

This brings molasses and spice, adding depth and complexity. The shadow to white rum's light. Removing it would flatten the flavor profile, and adding too much could make you forget there's still daylight. Try bourbon if you want it to whisper sweet nothings of caramel.

Mary Mitkina


A dash of pomegranate sweetness that rounds out the flavors and adds a blush to the cheeks of this drink. Leaving it out would make the cocktail less flirty. If swapped for raspberry syrup, the drink might take a walk on the berry side.

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Ice Cubes

They're the unsung heroes, chilling the concoction without diluting the fireworks display of flavors too fast. Go ice-less and suffer a lukewarm fate; overdo it and you're slurping a slushie. No alternatives here, it's ice or bust.

Emma Rose

Recipe. How to make Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple Drink

  1. Cut the top off a pineapple and scoop out the inside.
  2. In a blender, combine the pineapple, coconut cream, white rum, dark rum, grenadine, and ice cubes.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Pour the mixture back into the hollowed-out pineapple.
  5. Garnish with a pineapple slice and a cherry.

Pro Tips

  • Make sure to chill your ingredients before blending for a colder cocktail.
  • If your pineapple is not sweet enough, you can add a bit of sugar.
  • For an extra tropical touch, add a splash of mango or passion fruit juice.

Perfect Pairings


  • Grilled Shrimp: The sweetness of the shrimp will complement the tropical flavors of the cocktail beautifully.

Main Course

  • Jerk Chicken: The spicy and flavorful profile of jerk seasoning will contrast well with the cool, refreshing taste of the Bahama Breeze.


  • Coconut Cream Pie: Continue the coconut theme through to dessert with this classic pairing that matches the cocktail's coconut cream component.

Other Drinks

  • Sparkling Water: It offers a neutral palate cleanser between sips of this sweet, lush drink.

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What you could change in Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple

  • If you don't have a fresh pineapple, you can use canned pineapple juice.
  • You can substitute the white and dark rum with any other rum of your choice.
  • If you don't have grenadine, you can use a splash of cranberry juice.

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And of course - twists🍹

Mango-Pineapple Fusion

  • Substitute half the pineapple with mango chunks
  • Mix as per the original recipe This twist brings a more exotic, tangy kick to the cocktail. It should taste like a tropical fruit salad decided to party.

Spiced Bahama Breeze

  • Add a pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon to the blend
  • Mix as per the original recipe Expect a comforting warmth with a hint of Christmas, perfect for cooling down while reminiscing about the holidays.

Berry Breeze Twist

  • Add 1 oz of raspberry purée
  • Replace grenadine with blackberry syrup
  • Mix as per the original recipe The raspberry and blackberry take you on a berry detour, for when you want the breeze with a side of berry brambles.

In case you forgot basics how to make Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple

Garnishing a bar drink depends on the type of garnish and the cocktail. Generally, it involves preparing the garnish (like cutting a citrus wheel or picking a sprig of mint), and then adding it to the drink in a visually appealing way (like perching it on the rim or floating it on top).

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Frequently Asked Questions on Bahama Breeze Ultimate Pineapple

Can you have this cocktail without alcohol?

Yes, this cocktail can be made non-alcoholic by skipping the white and dark rum.

What other garnish can be used instead of pineapple slice and cherry?

You can also garnish this cocktail with a slice of lime, a sprig of mint, or an umbrella pick for a festive look.

Is there a special kind of rum recommended for this cocktail?

While there's no specific rum recommended, traditionally Caribbean rums are used in tropical cocktails for their smooth and sweet accents.

Is there a non-dairy option for individuals with lactose intolerance?

For individuals with lactose intolerance, the coconut cream can be replaced with a non-dairy creamer of your choice or even coconut milk.

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