Sex on the beach

This sex on the beach cocktail recreates that holiday feeling, but in a glass! Make this popular drink from Florida at home with this simple recipe.

10 minutes 1 person Beverages 326 calories p.p.
Sex on the beach


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  • 90 ml vodka
  • 30 ml peach schnapps
  • 90 ml orange juice
  • 90 ml cranberry juice
  • 1 orange
  • 1 Amarena or Morello cherry
  • ice cubes
Sex on the beach ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • Spirit measure
  • Small chopping board
  • Knife
  • Long handled spoon
  • Hurricane cocktail glass


10 minutes 1 person Beverages 326 calories p.p.

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Preparation – 5 minutes

Cut the orange in half. Cut a slice off it, and set aside to use as decoration for the glass.

Sex on the beach
Sex on the beach

Finishing the sex on the beach cocktail – 5 minutes

Fill a hurricane cocktail glass to the brim with ice cubes. Use a spirit measure to measure the correct amount of each ingredient.

Fill a spirit measure with 90 ml of vodka, and add this to the cocktail glass. Next add 30 ml of peach liqueur. Now add 90 ml of orange juice and stir everything well.

Add more ice cubes if they no longer reach the rim of the cocktail glass. Top the cocktail with 90 ml of cranberry juice.

Garnish with an amarena cherry in the glass and an orange slice on the rim of the glass. Enjoy this tasty, fruity cocktail!

Sex on the beach: frequently asked questions

Where does the sex on the beach cocktail come from?

It comes from Florida, America. The cocktail was created by a bartender named Ted who worked at Confetti's Bar. A promotion on peach schnapps led him to come up with a cocktail using this ingredient.

What kind of cocktail glass do you need for this sex on a beach?

It’s best to use a hurricane glass. These come in different sizes, the most popular holds around 500 ml.

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