May 24, 2024
Malibu Sunset

Malibu Sunset

Malibu Sunset — Một công thức thú vị, ngọt ngào và dễ làm cho món nước Malibu!! Bởi vì không có cách nào sai để kết hợp dứa, nước cam, rượu dừa Malibu, mật ong đỏ và quả anh đào. Nếu bạn chưa bao giờ thử món nước có hương vị trái cây này, bạn nên thử ngay!!

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Món nước rum Malibu dễ làm

Nếu bạn chưa bao giờ thử món nước Malibu trái cây này, bạn nên thử ngay. Có người nói họ không thích hương vị dừa, nhưng tôi không nghĩ rằng hương vị đó quá mức dừa. Rượu dừa Malibu thực sự mang lại hương vị của một kỳ nghỉ nhiệt đới!

Về mặt kỹ thuật, món nước trái cây này thường được pha chế với một chút siro quả lựu, nhưng tôi không có quả lựu và cũng không muốn mua chỉ để thêm một chút. Dùng thêm mật ong đỏ thay vào đó. Quên đi. Dùng thêm Malibu.

Trời ơi, món nước ngọt ngào và trái cây này uống quá dễ dàng trong cái nóng và độ ẩm của mùa hè. Nó hoàn hảo cho thời tiết mùa xuân và mùa hè cũng như các kỳ nghỉ mùa hè!

Món nước Malibu này thơm ngon và ngọt ngào mà không quá cầu kỳ như một số loại thức uống cồn trái cây khác, và nó thực sự làm mát. Tôi rất thích nước dứa và nó hoàn hảo khi kết hợp với rượu dừa. Mời mọi người nhấp ly!

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Malibu Sunset Ingredients

Wondering what to mix with Malibu? Here’s what I suggest for making this coconut rum drink:

  • Ice cubes
  • Pineapple-orange juice
  • Malibu coconut rum
  • Grenadine
  • Maraschino cherries
  • Pineapple and / or orange slices (for garnishing)

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

How to Make a Malibu Sunset

This sweet alcoholic drink couldn’t be simpler to make! Here are the basic steps to making my go-to Malibu mixed drink:

  1. Add ice to a glass, followed by the juice and Malibu.
  2. Then, give it a good stir.
  3. Drizzle in the grenadine (use however much you’d like!) and garnish with cherries, pineapple, and orange slices.

Adjusting the Flavor of This Malibu Drink

For a sweeter Malibu drink, use more grenadine. For a less sweet beverage, use less.

Or, use some unsweetened cranberry juice and add a splash of that to brighten up the flavor of this rum mixed drink without adding any sweetness.

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Can I Make This Malibu Drink as a Batch Cocktail?

Yes. It’s a 1:2 ratio of pineapple-orange juice and Malibu rum, so you can easily scale up from there.

Can I Use All Pineapple or All Orange Juice?

A few readers have asked about using either all pineapple or all orange juice due to allergies or because they simply ran out of one.

You’re welcome to use just one kind of juice in this rum mixed drink, but I highly recommend using a blend of juices for the best, fruitiest tropical flavor.

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Tips for Making a Malibu Sunset

Juice: If you can’t find a pineapple-orange juice blend at your local grocery store, you’re welcome to buy them separately and combine them in this Malibu drink. Equal parts orange and pineapple juice should work, but play around with the ratios to find a combination you love.

Grenadine: I always eyeball the amount of grenadine I use in this Malibu rum drink, and I encourage you to do the same. Just be careful not to stir the tropical drink after you’ve added the grenadine as it’s meant to settle on the bottom of the glass!

Big batch: If making a larger batch of Malibu sunset, you may want to omit the ice and instead pour the rum mixed drink over ice. This way, your cocktail doesn’t get watered down as it sits there.

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

Malibu Sunset — A fun, fruity, easy Malibu drink recipe!! Because there

More Fruity Alcoholic Drinks:

Rum Runner — A fruity and tropical cocktail, but not in a strawberry daiquiri doesn’t-do-much kind of way. This delicious Rum Runner recipe (complete with my secret ingredient!) packs a punch that can sneak up on you!

Rum Runner @Averie Sunshine {Averie Cooks}

Mango Coconut Water Tropical Martini — A fresh and refreshing drink made with Mango Passion Fruit vodka, coconut water, and pineapple juice that’s not only tasty, but it’s also lighter in calories so you don’t have to sacrifice.

Mango Coconut Water Tropical Martini (only 100 calories) averiecooks.com

Tequila Sunrise — Not only is it pretty to look at, but a tequila sunrise is also refreshing, nostalgic, and the grenadine sweetens it up enough that you may not even notice it packs quite a punch!

Tequila Sunrise

Tropical Strawberry Lemonade Party Punch — This tropical alcoholic punch is one of my all-time favorite party drinks! Feel free to leave the alcohol out if desired. This punch tastes delicious even without it!

Tropical Strawberry Lemonade Party Punch

Kiss on the Lips Cocktail — This frozen drink is quick and easy, fruity, tropical-tasting, and the colors are so fun. It goes down way too easily and would be extra refreshing on hot summer days.

Kiss on the Lips Cocktail

Homemade Margaritas— How to make a margarita with just three natural ingredients! Nothing fake, neon green, and no sugary chemicals. This is the best homemade margarita recipe I’ve tried and it’s the easiest!!

Homemade Margaritas

Grilled Pineapple Strawberry Lemonade Sangria — This is the perfect thirst quencher and it goes down very easily. Grilling brings out the natural sugars in the pineapple in a wonderfully sweet way that works so well in the sangria.

Grilled Pineapple Strawberry Lemonade Sangria

Cosmopolitan Cocktail — This classic Cosmopolitan recipe is made with vodka, orange liqueur, lemon juice, and cranberry juice. It’s flirty and flavorful yet refined and simple.

Pomegranate Mojito – Everyone will love this fruity twist on a classic mojito recipe! The tart pomegranates and lime blend beautifully and are paired with simple syrup, mint, and white rum for a refreshing cocktail that’s perfect all year long!

Republished August 31, 2018 and May 22, 2020