Summer Cocktails From Beaches Negril
Tipsy Limeade.

Whether you are relaxing on the beach, liming with friends and family or simply spending some quiet time at home, a cool summer cocktail is always a nice addition to any recreational activity. Summer is usually never short of hot days and Beaches Negril Bar Supervisor Nekoro Vassell is also not short of great summer drinks ideas, even for those working with a limited bar. Here are some of his top drink picks to combat the summer heat.

Tipsy Limeade


½ shot Wray & Nephew White Rum

½ shot Mr Boston Sour Apple Schnapps

¼ shot lime juice

2 oz pineapple juice

Soda water


In a cocktail shaker add all ingredients with ice and shake well. Pour into glass of ice cubes. Garnish with lime and mint.

Beer with Me


Red Stripe Beer

Kingston 62 Gold Rum

Blending ingredients:

½ oz Red Grenadine

½ oz lime juice

½ oz Triple Sec Liqueur

2 oz of Tequila Silver


Mix Red Stripe Beer with Kingston 62 in serving glass. Add ingredients to blender with ice and blend until smooth. Pour on beer mixture and garnish with cucumber and lime.

Blue Island Cocktail


½ Absolut Vodka

½ shot Blue Curacao

1 oz pineapple juice

¼ shot lime juice



Add all ingredients in a cocktail shaker, shake for 15 seconds. Pour into a glass with ice and top off with lemonade. Garnish with lemon or orange.

Vodka Scotch Bonnet Shot


½ shot Absolut Mandrin

Scotch bonnet pepper

1 garlic clove

Sandals Blaze Fiah Pepper


Muddle the pepper and garlic, then add all ingredients in shaker and shake for 20 seconds. Pour shot and serve.

Caribbean Sunset


2 oz tequila

1 oz triple sec

½ oz lime juice

4 oz pineapple juice

1 mango


Dice mango into small slices and combine all ingredients in cocktail shaker, shake for 15 seconds, rim margarita glass with sugar and garnish with cherry and pineapple.

Beaches Negril Bar Supervisor Nekoro Vassell .
Beer with Me.
Blue Island Cocktail.
Vodka Scotch Bonnet Shot.
Caribbean Sunset.

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