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Morning In Paradise Cocktail

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The Morning In Paradise cocktail is a refreshing tropical drink combining the sweetness of passion fruit rum, the effervescence of champagne, and the tangy flavors of orange and pineapple juices, with a splash of grenadine for added sweetness and color. This vibrant cocktail is perfect for starting a sunny day or enjoying a laid-back brunch.

Tasting Notes

The first sip of the Morning In Paradise cocktail reveals a delightful burst of tropical flavors. The passion fruit rum provides a sweet and slightly tangy base, complemented by the bright and citrusy notes of orange juice. The pineapple juice adds a rich, fruity depth, while the champagne’s bubbles create a light and refreshing finish. The splash of grenadine not only gives the drink a beautiful gradient of colors but also adds a hint of cherry sweetness, making each sip a balanced and enjoyable experience.

As the flavors meld together, the cocktail offers a smooth and slightly creamy texture, with the natural sweetness of the juices masking the alcohol’s intensity. The combination of ingredients creates a harmonious blend that is both invigorating and satisfying, with a lingering fruity aftertaste that invites you to take another sip.

This cocktail is a delightful choice for those seeking a taste of the tropics in a glass.

Tips & Tricks

Blend the ingredients with ice to create a frozen cocktail, perfect for hot summer days.

Add a dash of bitters or a sprinkle of cayenne pepper for a slight spicy kick.

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Morning In Paradise Cocktail

Morning In Paradise Cocktail

Wake up to tropical bliss every morning!


  • 1.5 oz passion fruit rum
  • 1 oz champagne
  • 2 oz orange juice
  • 2 oz pineapple juice
  • a splash of grenadine


  1. In a tall glass add plenty of ice.
  2. Pour in rum, orange juice, and pineapple juice.
  3. Stir well to combine.
  4. Top with champagne, stir gently to combine.
  5. Pour a splash of grenadine and let it sink to the bottom to create a gradient effect.


If you can't find passion fruit rum, use dark rum and passion fruit syrup instead. In this recipe, keep the rum 1.5 oz and the syrup 0.5 oz.

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