Feeling like a mini vacation to Hawaii? While we can’t always be in the Islands, we can definitely pretend! Scroll to find out 40 Hawaiian cocktails to transport you to the tiki bar of your dreams!
This post about Hawaiian Cocktails contains affiliate links which means if you purchase something from one of my affiliate links, I may earn a small commission that goes back into maintaining this blog.We recently had to postpone our trip to Hawaii and that bummed me out. Of course, I will miss the beaches, shave ice, and just relaxing at Disney’s Aulani Resort.
But, I had really been looking forward to sipping a Mai Tai in Waikiki. It’s something I do every trip and it’s my way of commemorating the start of vacation.
However this year, I’m turning lemons into lemonade and I’ve decided to try my hand at recreating some of the most iconic Hawaiian cocktails at home.
I’ve tried to make this a pretty extensive list, so get inspired! And if you really want to be a little “extra,” grab some Hawaiian cocktail essentials like tiki glasses, drink umbrellas, and maraschino cherries!
40 Best Hawaiian Cocktails to Try at Home
Iconic Hawaiian Cocktail Recipes
When I think of a signature Hawaiian cocktail, my mind immediately goes to a Mai Tai. It’s the perfect rum cocktail mixed with fresh tropical juices.
This is a copycat Monkeypod Mai Tai recipe featuring their decadent Lilikoi Foam (which is Passion Fruit.) It will seriously knock your socks off!
This Hawaiian Lava Flow recipe is creamy and smooth with strawberries, coconut and pineapple flavors for a refreshing tropical drink.
A delightful blend of rum, coconut, pineapple and blue Curaçao, this Blue Hawaiian Cocktail Recipe is perfect for any occasion.
This classic Zombie cocktail was originally invented in 1934 for Hollywood’s Don the Beachomber restaurants. It’s the perfect vintage tropical drink.
This seriously delicious pina colada is a sweet cocktail made with rum, sweetened condensed coconut milk, a touch of nutmeg to kick it up a notch, and pineapple juice blended with crushed ice.
This is similar to a traditional pina colada except that it also includes a ripe banana. It’s a fun twist on a popular tropical cocktail!
Even those this recipe is billed as a “New Orleans” cocktail, hurricanes are also pretty popular in Hawaii.
This is my favorite Strawberry Dacquiri recipe because there is no ice involved. That means, you won’t end up with a watered down drink if you like to take your time sipping.
This tropical Mango Sour cocktail is a blend of rum, mango, and Caribbean flavors that will have you sailing the seven seas in no time.
Add some Malibu coconut rum, pineapple juice, ginger ale, and grenadine syrup for such a yummy Hawaiian-inspired cocktail.
This frozen rum punch is so easy to make, especially if you just mix together and pop in the freezer!
Tropical Margarita Hawaiian Cocktails
Looking for the ultimate summer cocktail with a tropical twist? The Mermaid Margarita blends tequila, triple sec, blue curacao, lime juice, and honey.
Pineapple is delicious on all on its own, but grilling it brings out a whole new depth of flavor. This Grilled Pineapple Coconut Margarita is easy to make and perfect as a tropical cocktail!
I think what makes this Pineapple Margarita so perfect is the secret ingredient: Vanilla!
This delicious Blended Mango Margarita has no added sugar, so the true mango flavor pops through.
While not always considered a tropical fruit, fresh watermelon goes great with tart lime and refreshing mint for the ultimate Blended Watermelon Margarita.
More Delicious Hawaiian Cocktails
Frozen fruit and white wine is blended up with with sorbet, topped with an addition scoop, and (preferably) served poolside. A kiddy pool will do just fine. Heck, after a couple of these, you can just put your feet in a washbasin filled with water, turn your face to the sun, pretend you’re at a 5-star resort, and be happy.
Love a Miami Vice but don’t want to drink a full cocktail? Try out this Miami Vice shot!
This summery drink uses fresh watermelon, ginger beer, rum, lime juice, and lemon juice. Doesn’t that sound refreshing?
The strong lemon flavor in this cocktail is perfectly balanced with the sweet guava flavor. Plus, there are notes of pineapple, papaya, and banana.
A sweet, delicious rum cocktail with a touch of Midori citrus, the High Tide is a fabulous adult libation.
If you like your drinks sweet and spicy, this cocktail is right up your alley! It’s got grapefruit, pineapple, and fresh kiwi.
Take a trip to the tropics with a delicious spiked raspberry Pineapple slushie.
This is a fun drink to make a big batch of and then freeze some to enjoy later. There are even some fun recipe twists to make it a bit different each time.
This Hawaiian cocktail with vodka is a tropical twist to a Cape Codder. The pineapple is what sets it apart.
This Hawaiian cocktail has a bit of vodka, rum, cream of coconut, Blue Curaçao and pineapple and orange juices. Yummy!
This pineapple wine punch only contains 4 ingredients: Moscato wine, pineapple juice, orange juice, and Sprite. Super easy and super tasty!
This blue cocktail only contains 3 ingredients and it’s as fun to make as it is to drink!
Sip this on a hot, summer day and it will feel like a pineapple-flavored kiss on the shores of Maui.
Is there anything better than a pitcher of cocktails in the backyard on a warm, sunny day? This one has a splash of cranberry juice to give it a pop of color.
This yummy tropical cocktail uses Passion Fruit syrup, but you can always use Hawaiian POG juice, if your grocery store carries it.
This drink combines orange juice and pineapple juice with rum and grenadine for a beautiful Hawaiian sunset-colored cocktail.
While this drink originated in Cuba, the addition of pineapple gives it a nice Hawaiian twist perfect for a backyard luau or pool party.
This Pina Colada recipe finishes with a sprinkle of hot chili peppers!
The tropical flavors of coconut, pineapple and lime blend together beautifully for an island inspired rum cocktail, Caribbean Sunset. An easy recipe, this tropical drink will be your most requested cocktail at your summer Happy Hours!
This easy white sangria is made with white wine, rum, and tropical flavors like pineapple, orange, mango, lychee and a passion fruit syrup.
Nothing says summer like this Aloha Sunset Wine Cocktail. The Sauvignon Blanc includes hints of the tropics and this drink is a refreshing way to beat the summer heat.
If you’re having friends over for any summer party or backyard luau, then these Blue Hawaiian JELLO shots are a fun addition!
Best Hawaiian Mocktails
This virgin Pina Colada recipe is a refreshing vegan mocktail drink made with fresh pineapple juice, coconut milk and ice cubes.
This Whole30 mocktail is a non-alcoholic take on a traditional Coconut Mojito. It’s super simple to make and so tasty to drink!