Drink Floaters

You can't have a pool party without your floaters--liqueurs that float on the top of your drink! The Kitchen has 3 frozen cocktail floater ideas perfect for poolside sipping.

Episode: Hot New Tricks

Three floaters to top off your classic smoothies, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen.

Photo by: David Katz, David Katz

David Katz, David Katz

Did you know that almond is the secret ingredient in many of your favorite tiki drinks? So why not take your Pina Colada to the next level by floating a shot of amaretto on top? It gives this classic cocktail a complex, nutty flavor.

If you've ever had a Cherry Lime Ricky, you know it's the perfect marriage of sweet and tart flavors. We've added a cherry liqueur floater to a frozen Margarita for a boozy spin on this soda fountain favorite.

The decadent taste of a chocolate-covered strawberry can't be beat. We've captured this amazing combo by floating dark chocolate liqueur on top of a Strawberry Daiquiri. When you try this one at home (and you should!), be sure to use a chocolate liqueur that's not cream-based.

Now you have 3 new ways to float your favorite frozen cocktail classics!

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