Hawaiian Iced Tea

Hawaiian Iced Tea
The Hawaiian Iced Tea is a fruity alcoholic mixed cocktail featuring all the spirits you can possibly get in one glass. Here tequila, gin, vodka, and rum get mixed with triple sec and sour mix. And it's the pineapple juice is that makes the cocktail particularly Hawaiian.
The drink is said to have originated in the tropical paradise of Hawaii, where it is a popular choice at beach bars and luaus. It is known for its tropical flavour and fruity aroma, and it is often enjoyed as a refreshing and easy-to-drink cocktail.
Surprisingly, even though there are recipe variations to Hawaiian Iced Tea, none of them includes tea.
Total Time: 5 minutes


  • Collins glass


  • 60 ml pineapple juice
  • 30 ml sour mix
  • 15 ml gin
  • 15 ml light rum
  • 15 ml vodka
  • 15 ml tequila
  • 15 ml triple sec
  • lemon slices (to garnish)


  • Pour in all the ingredients into a Collins glass filled with ice.
  • Stir well and serve to the enjoyment of your guests.


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Is Pineapple Juice Healthy?

Pineapple juice is a sweet, tropical-tasting juice made from the pulp of pineapples. Some of the potential health benefits of pineapple juice include:

  • Pineapple juice is a good source of vitamin C, which is an important nutrient for the immune system.
  • Pineapple juice contains an enzyme called bromelain, which may have anti-inflammatory properties and may help with digestion.
  • Some research suggests that compounds in pineapple juice may have antioxidant properties and may help to reduce the risk of certain types of cancer.
  • Pineapple juice is a good source of manganese, which is a mineral that is important for bone health.

Additionally, pineapple juice can be high in sugar, so it should be consumed in moderation as part of a healthy diet.

Historically, Hawaii was the world's largest pineapple producer. Today the largest producers also include the Philippines, Brazil, and Costa Rica.

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