Superfruit Refresher Cocktails

Superfruit Refresher

Happy Friday, friends! I thought we would welcome the weekend with a feel good cocktail today. How does that sound to you?

If you read my Four Season Wailea recap yesterday then you know the inspiration for these drinks comes straight from the bar at their gorgeous serenity pool. After we returned home, all I wanted was to lay by the pool again and drink more of those delicious cocktails!

Superfruit Refresher

That’s saying a lot for me too, considering I’m not usually a fan of liquor. I find the flavor to be too strong and it also has a tendency to give me heartburn. {TMI?} Brandon ordered fresh ginger margaritas which tasted insanely good but I knew if I drank a whole one that my throat would have been on fire.

So I guess that’s what really sets this particular drink apart. The liquor is called VEEV Açaí Spirit and it’s perfectly smooth with a subtle flavor from the açaí fruit. It’s not too sweet or bitter and it honestly tastes really good on its own, which explains the limited ingredients in the cocktail.

It’s ridiculously simple: a small amount of açaí liquor, coconut water and a splash of lemon and lime juice. That’s it!

Superfruit Refresher

It’s got a light and refreshing flavor that’s perfect for hanging out in the warm weather. Plus the coconut water keeps you hydrated. It’s a win-win situation.

If you’re looking for something light and fruity to take to your summer barbeques or pool parties then you should definitely try to hunt down some VEEV and give these drinks a try! They’re sure to be a hit.

Cheers to the weekend!

Superfruit Refresher

Superfruit Refresher Cocktails

Yield: 16 ounces

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

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  • 4 ounces VeeV Açaí Spirit
  • 11-12 ounces coconut water
  • juice of 1/2 lime
  • juice of 1/2 lemon (optional)*
  • crushed ice for serving


Fill two glasses with crushed ice then pour 2 ounces of the açaí spirit into two separate glasses.

Top with 6 ounces coconut water and then squeeze the lemon and lime into each glass. Stir to combine and serve cold with ice.

*Could also sub pineapple juice for less citrus flavor

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