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In honor of St. Patrick's Day we are sharing our guest favorite Pineapple Mojito from The Point: Sunset & Pool Bar. If you can’t wait until your next Turtle Bay getaway, you can now make it at home!
1 ¼ oz Cruzan Pineapple Rum
1 oz Fresh Lime Juice
2 oz Pineapple Juice
½ oz Agave Nectar
½ oz Fresh Crushed Pineapple
Hanful of Fresh Mint Leaves (save a few for your garnish)
Splash of Soda Water
LET THE FUN BEGIN
Pour all the ingredients (minus the soda water) into a shaker cup and shake vigorously. Pour over ice, top with a splash of soda water, and garnish with a slice of pineapple and mint leaves.
Now hold it proudly so you don’t get pinched!
Let us know if you made this tropical concoction in the comments below, as well as which cocktail you would love to make at home next.
Time to add some sparkle into your life this holiday season! This week our mixologists at Pa’akai launched three festive bubbly drinks that are sure to make you grin.
All include champagne to help you celebrate and ring in the New Year.
Get ready to add some sparkle wherever you are!
Blood Orange & Elderflower Sparkler
- 4 oz. of Le Grand Courtage Brut Rose
- 1 ½ oz. Gin
- ¼ oz. of Elderflower Liqueur
- 1 ½ oz. Blood Orange Juice – freshly squeezed
-1 bar spoon of simple syrup
- Few dashes Angostura bitters
- Blood Orange Slice for garnish
There’s a popular saying here in the islands if someone is not punctual, it is “Hawaiian time.”
What does it mean to be on Hawaiian time? Basically, life in Hawaii is more relaxed than the rest of the world, so you take your time to get places and show up on “Hawaiian time.”
That is the inspiration for the Island Thyme cocktail created by Turtle Bay Master Mixologist Allie Bellows.
Have her serve one up for you while you enjoy the breathtaking views and relaxed atmosphere of our fine dining restaurant Pa’akai.
If you can’t be here in person to enjoy our “Island Thyme” cocktail, you can still savor a relaxed Hawaii vibe at home with our featured #ThirstyThursday recipe.
It’s time for you to get on Island Thyme!