World Famous Guavaberry Colada Recipe from St. Maarten in the Caribbean. This frozen tropical cocktail is the perfect frosty beverage to remember your time in St. Marten.
Guavaberry Colada Recipe!
If you have been to St. Maarten than hopefully, you have enjoyed a delicious Guavaberry Colada! The only place we have found this delicious cocktail in on St. Maarten.
There is nothing better than sitting looking out over the gorgeous water while enjoying a frosty beverage. With this Guavaberry Colada Recipe, you can now bring this moment home with you.
While I sadly can't provide the gorgeous turquoise waters, warm breeze, and the Caribbean vibe I can at least tell you how to make this delicious cocktail.
If it makes it a little better here is a pic from St. Maarten that will hopefully transport you to paradise for a few moments of the day. I don't know about you but I could happily hop on a plane and fly to St. Maarten again.
The island has such a fun, relaxed vibe and is so easy to get around. On our last trip, we rented a Jeep and spent the weekend driving around the island.
The best part about being on an island...you can't get to lost! LOL! You just end up driving in a big circle until you get back to a place you recognize.
We ended up at Maho Beach a few times to watch the planes fly over. Nothing like sipping on a frosty Guavaberry Colada and watching people hold onto the fence and not get blown away.
We skipped holding onto the fence and instead just relaxed at the beach bar and watched the planes fly in.
- Sint Maarten Guavaberry
- Coconut Cream
- Pineapple Juice or Pieces
HELLO YUM! I am ready for a Guavaberry Colada about now. Though with the snow we had yesterday I am not sure Spokane has the right weather for one.
I would happily visit St. Maarten again and soak up the sun.
Great Tropical Cocktails
Guavaberry Colada Recipe
- Put ice in the blender, add Guavaberry Rum, Cream of Coconut, pineapple pieces or juice. Blend well.
- Garnish with pineapple, toasted coconut & fresh nutmeg.
- Hurricane Glass
Recipe originally shared on December 1, 2013. Updated September 2020