A recipe for the original Blue Hawaii Cocktail as invented by Harry Yee at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
One of Hawaii's most popular drinks, this delicious blend of pineapple juice, rum and coconut cream is originally from Puerto Rico.
This original Mai Tai recipe is from the Mai Tai Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.
There are numerous variations for making a Lava Flow. This biggest difference is that some recipes use 1 oz. of light rum and 1 oz. of Malibu® coconut rum. When Malibu® coconut rum is unavilable you can use 1 1/2 oz. of light rum and 1/2 oz. of coconut cream.
A recipe for a delicious Pina Colada Smoothie
A romantic blend of light rums and lush tropical juices and spices, served in a fresh pineapple.
A delicious fruit punch made from tropical juices, grenadine, ginger ale and rum.
A fresh, delicious and refreshing drink for those who don't like hard liquor. Use fresh pineapple juice when possible.
This delicious blend of fresh Hawaiian pineapple juice, tequilla, orange liqueur and grenadine is popular at many Waikiki bars.
This is a popular variation of the traditional Mai Tai recipe from the "Mai Tai" Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki. The original Mai Tai was created by Victor J. Bergeron in 1944 and brought to Hawaii in 1953 at the Royal Hawaiian, Moana and Surfrider Hotels.
A strong island treat with fruit juice, brandy, gin, rum, native nectar and a touch of almond flavor.
A refreshing and flavorful non-alcoholic treat for the whole family made with fresh bananas and mangoes.
An island favorite made with two rums, fruit juice and the hard-to-find Falernum.
A delicious blend of fruit juices, rum and green curacao served with a special gift for someone special.
A non-alcoholic drink that will refresh you on a hot summer day.