15 Aug 2017

Here at The Breakers, we’re always on island time—and a rum drink in hand is the perfect accessory. To pay homage to National Rum Day (tomorrow), we’re sharing our “top secret” recipe for The Breakers’ Skinny Piña Colada!

Rum Day: The Breakers Skinn Pina Colada

This refreshing treat would also be the perfect cocktail to sip while you do some poolside wedding planning…

The Breakers’ Skinny Piña Colada

What you’ll need:

  • 1 1/2 oz Malibu Rum
  • 2 oz Fresh Coconut Water
  • 1/2 oz Fresh Pineapple Juice
  • 1/2 oz Fresh blended Coconut

How to: In a blender, combine ice and all ingredients, then blend until smooth. Serve with a smile!

Order one at The Surf Break and enjoy your skinny Piña Colada in a Fresh Baby Thai Coconut. For more fun, add a Myers’s Rum floater!

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04 Jul 2017

From our team to yours, wishing you a Happy Fourth of July! Hope you’re out enjoying the sun and having some fun. In honor of the holiday, we just had to share the Food Network‘s delicious recipe for Pushable Rosé Pops…

Pushable Rose Pops

{Photo via foodnetwork.com}

A perfect treat for a day like today—plus, wouldn’t this be a great addition to your next bridesmaid soiree? Think about it: You’re sitting poolside for a little wedding planning session, enjoying a frozen push-pop infused with rosé wine, fresh berries and pound cake. Yes, please!

What you’ll need:

Visit the Food Network for the full recipe and a fun how to video!

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23 May 2017

Our team is always looking for a fun twist on the honored tradition of “something blue.”

When a recent bride and groom asked for a blue signature cocktail, we turned to Banquet Beverage Manager John Kao who created a delicious cocktail that’s a colorful take on the classic French 75. Meet the Blue 75…

Blue 75 Cocktail at The Breakers - Sip Your 'Something Blue'

Whip up the “Blue 75” at home…

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 oz. Berry Vodka
  • 1/4 oz. Blue Curacao
  • 1/4 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
  • Dash Simple Syrup
  • 4 oz .Sparkling Wine

How To:
Combine first four ingredients in a champagne flute and top with sparkling wine. Garnish with a red raspberry or cherry (before you pour in the sparkling wine) and serve with a smile!

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Cinco de Mayo may celebrate the Mexican victory over France in 1862, but at The Breakers, we feel it’s important to drink to both sides of the Battle of Puebla on this fifth day of May. But we won’t just raise any glass–we’ll raise a Cointreaurita!

The Breakers Cointreaurita
{Photo by LILA PHOTO}

Created by The Breakers’ Master Sommelier Juan Gomez – originally from Mexico City – and Richard Lambert of Rémy Cointreau – originally from Angers, France – the Cointreaurita is the perfect blend of Mexican independence with a French influence. The eclectic drink also makes a delicious specialty sip for your cocktail hour.

If you’re feeling adventurous, mix up a Cointreaurita at home…

How to:

  • 3 oz of Patrón silver tequila
  • 1 oz sweet and sour mix
  • 1/2 oz fresh squeezed yuzu
  • 1 oz Cointreau
  • Serve with Cointreau spheres and salty foam
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