Dang, You Pine: Pineapple and Tabasco Non-Alcoholic Martini Recipe

Get ready to feel the heat with a drink that’s as cool as a cucumber (or, in this case, pineapple). This pineapple and tabasco non-alcoholic martini is the perfect way to add some spice to your life without having to deal with the morning-after regret. 

So sit back, relax, and get ready to sip on something that’s sweet, spicy, and oh-so-nice-y.


  • 3 oz. (90 ml) pineapple juice
  • 1 oz. (30 ml) fresh lime juice (approximately 1 lime)
  • 2-3 dashes of Tabasco (or alternative hot sauce)
  • Slice of pineapple to garnish


  • Cocktail shaker
  • Jigger or measuring spoons
  • Citrus juicer
  • Martini glass


  1. Add all ingredients into a cocktail shaker with a handful of ice.
  2. Shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds until the surface of the shaker is extremely cold.
  3. Stain the mixture into a martini glass.
  4. Garnish with a slice of lime or pineapple if desired.

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Pineapple and Tabasco Non-Alcoholic Martini FAQ

What kind of cocktail shaker should I use for this recipe?

You can use any type of cocktail shaker that you have on hand, whether it’s a Boston shaker or a Cobbler shaker.

What should I do if I don’t have a cocktail shaker?

If you don’t have a cocktail shaker, you can still make this recipe using a large glass or a mason jar with a tight-fitting lid. 

How do I make this recipe sweeter?

If you’d like to make this recipe sweeter, you can add your sweetener of choice.  Agave syrup or honey would work well with the other flavors in the recipe.  However, you could use a simple syrup (1:1 parts water to sugar) or maple syrup too.

Can I make this recipe in advance and serve it later?

Yes.  You can mix all of the ingredients together and leave in the fridge until you are ready to shake up the drink.

Can pregnant women drink this mocktail?

Yes.  There is no alcohol in this recipe.  In addition, pineapple is generally considered safe for pregnant women as long as it is eaten in moderate amounts. Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain, which can cause mild uterine contractions, but the amount of bromelain in a typical serving of pineapple is unlikely to cause any harm. As with any dietary concern during pregnancy, it’s always a good idea to check with your doctor or a qualified healthcare professional.

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