Are you searching in an ideal summer drink? It’s here. We’ll teach you how to make the perfect tropical banana daiquiri in only three steps.

An Introduction to the Daiquiri

The daiquiri’s name comes from the town of mining in Cuba in which it was developed around the beginning in the late 20th century. The traditional drink is made from the juice of lime, rum and sugar. It is then mixed with ice and then squeezed into glasses chilled. Daiquiris frozen take the drink to the next level by mixing the rum, sugar and lime juice with the addition of ice cubes and fruits to create a sweet foamy drink. The banana daiquiri recipe we offer adds a tropical flavor one step further thanks to the addition of coconut’s rich milk.

Which Type of Rum Should You Use?

Bartenders advise using a white rum when creating daiquiri drinks because its fresh and refreshing taste helps neutralize sweetness of other ingredients.

How to Make Our Banana Daiquiri Recipe

Yield 3 drinks


2 1/2 cups of Ice cubes

2 bananas peeled and cut into slices

3/4 cup full-fat coconut milk

1/2 cup rum

One-quarter cup lime juice

1/4 cup sugar

Other garnishes to consider: Maraschino cherries and lime wedge

Step 1: Blend ‘er Up

Put the ice, bananas coconut milk, rum sugar and lime juice in blender. ( Here’s our essential blender buying guide). Cover and blend for about thirty seconds, or till smooth.

Step 2: Pour Into Glasses

Pour the mixture of drinks into glasses that are chilled.

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Step 3: …and Garnish!

Garnish with a maraschino Cherry or lime wedge. ( A cocktail umbrella could be a wonderful option, too.) Serve right away.

Bonus Mix-ins and Modifications

You are able to easily alter this recipe to suit the ingredients in your pantry. For instance, you can substitute the banana for mango, strawberries or other preferred fruit. It is also possible to substitute the rum with peach schnapps, or a tropical liquor. The daiquiri tastes great with no alcohol.

The recipe for a banana daiquiri follows the formula of daiquiris, but it adds fresh bananas or liqueur of bananas. The most well-known version is a blended and frozen banana daiquiri. You can also create one with bananas on the rocks, a pure banana daiquiri and many other delicious variations.

Blended Frozen Banana Daiquiri Recipe

Daiquiris are in essence Rum sours. That is, they are the basic recipe for sour, using equal amounts of sweet and sweet (in daiquiris, there’s lime juice, and sugar syrup). as well as sugar) and two parts of hard liquor (in this instance the case of the rum). Daiquiris frozen include frozen components (ice or frozen fruits) and occasionally an added fruit or fruit flavor and then are blended in blenders. A frozen daiquiri made of bananas is based on this recipe and is a classic summertime drink..


1 banana peeled and cut into slices

3/4 1 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice

Simple syrup of 3/4 ounces

1 1/2 1 ounces white rum

1 cup of crushed 1 cup ice

Lime peels to garnish


With a blender mix the lime juice, the banana syrup, rum and ice.

Blend till smooth.

Pour the cocktail into a glass, and garnish with the lime peel.

Sweet Substitutions for Simple Syrup

You could also substitute the syrup that you use by adding sweetened liqueur to alter the taste of the frozen daiquiri of bananas. Alternate the syrup by adding 3/4 ounces of any from the following options:

A liqueur with orange flavor, such as Grand Marnier, triple sec, Cointreau, or curacao

Liquor with coffee-like flavors such as Kahlua (and utilize dark rum for bringing out the molasses flavor)

Maraschino cherry liqueur

Chambord or a different liqueur with a raspberry flavor

Frangelico hazelnut flavor liquor


Creme de cacao

Midori or another melon-based liquor

How to Make a Banana Daiquiri on the Rocks

Many people believe that all daiquiris are made of frozen and blended however, this isn’t the situation. Daiquiri in its most basic form is served chilled and served on the rocks and a banana daiquiri is no different. This recipe is simple enough to drink a banana daiquiri in a rocks glass.


3/4 one ounce fresh squeezed lime juice

3/4 ounce banana liqueur

1 1/2 2 ounces white Rum


Lime wheel as garnish


Chill a glass of cocktail.

In a shaker for cocktails make a cocktail shaker by mixing the juice of the lime and banana liqueur. Add Rum.

Add the ice, shake and add until chilled.

Pour the drink into a chilled glass that is filled with the ice.

Garnish with lime wheel.

Recipe for a Virgin Banana Daiquiri Mocktail

If you do not take alcohol in your drink, you may still have a delicious frozen drink that is a pure or blended daiquiri of banana.


1 banana, peeled , and chopped

1 1/2 1 ounces fresh squeezed lime juice

1 1/2 1 ounces simple syrup

1 cup of crushed Ice

Half banana peeled, then cut in half lengthwise, to serve as garnish


With a mixer, blend the lime juice, the banana syrup, bananas and ice.

Blend till smooth.

Pour the drink into a glass and garnish with a banana slice.

Frozen Banana Mango Daiquiri

Fresh and tropical This is a refreshing tropical banana daiquiri. You can substitute the mango with a similar quantity of another frozen fruit like papaya or pineapple in case you prefer distinct flavors.


1 banana, peeled , and chopped

1 cup frozen mango chunks

3/4 1 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice

Simple syrup, 3/4 ounce

1 1/2 2 ounces white Rum

1 cup of crushed 1 cup ice


Blender, blend all ingredients.

Mix until it is smooth.

Pour into a cocktail glass.

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