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How to Make the BahamaRita from Bahama Breeze

Updated:

September 23, 2022
the Bahamarita from Bahama Breeze
One of the reasons Bahama Breeze has always been so popular is because of creative cocktails like this one. Bahama Breeze

When it comes to our favorite tropical cocktails, nothing tops sipping them at a beautiful Caribbean resort’s pool or under a thatch-roof cabana on a beach that feels like it’s on another planet. The only problem is we can’t be at those resorts or beaches all the time. So, when the mood strikes to enjoy a delicious concoction, we simply have to make it ourselves, and even then we might not have the right recipe.

Fortunately, the exceptional blender wizards at Bahama Breeze have our backs, and they’ve shared a recipe for one cocktail that every beach bum should know how to make at home: The BahamaRita. Master this one and your friends will treat your home like a resort.

Ingredients:

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  • Fresh kiwi, mango, and strawberry (Peel the kiwi and mango, and cut into slices, each weighing 10-11 oz. each)
  • 1.25 lb. Granulated sugar
  • Three to four lemons, limes and oranges
  • Cuervo Gold Tequila
  • Dekuyper Cactus Juice Schnapps (chilled)

How to Make It:

1. For the simple syrup: combine sugar with 16 oz. of warm water until dissolved. Refrigerate half of mix.

2. For the margarita mix: squeeze juice from halves of lime, orange, and lemon into a quart container and add remaining half of the simple syrup to the fruit juice. Then refrigerate the mix. These two mixes will last for 24 hours.

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3. For the fruit ices: blend each fruit, ice, and two ounces of simple syrup separately until thick. Store separately in bowls. These three mixes will last for 2-3 hours.

4. To serve: blend Margarita mix, tequila, and ice until thick. Add two teaspoons of each ice in the bottom of your chilled Martini glass. Top with the thick margarita mix.

5. Mix a shot of Cactus Juice into the drink. Place lime and orange wedge on the rim to serve.

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