Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparkler Cocktail

A sparkling tropical drink that is filled with fresh kiwi and kiwi flavor. Plus, spiked with coconut rum. Marvellously sweet and tart—perfect for your spring and summer brunches, just because, or your next cookout!

A hand holding a Kiwi Lime Sparkler. This is a step-by-step recipe that showcases simple ingredients and Torani syrups.

Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparkler Cocktail

Spring is here! Although, mother nature hasn’t really made up her mind yet here. Whether or not it’s warm where you are yet, it’s brunch season, and we are here for it!

There’s something really tropical about kiwis.

That’s what inspired this super easy and refreshing cocktail brunch recipe(easily turned into mocktails for the kids), and let me tell you, they’re so good! Made with Torani Kiwi Syrup, this fruity cocktail is perfect for the patio.

The kids and I love drinks that are fizzy and sparkly, so this definitely hits the spot.

One of my secrets (maybe not so secret) is Torani syrups. You can make the best drinks with them, and they’re made with real, simple ingredients like pure cane sugar & natural flavors. Plus, one flavor can create endless recipes.

I always play barista at home with their syrups. They mix so well- Torani flavors are crafted to bring out the best in your drinks, so you can deliciously make something your own.

It’s easy to add a spoonful to your coffee, cocoa, latte for an everyday treat. Grab Torani Syrups online at torani.com

I won’t lie, I do take props for the drinks I make but, it’s my secret weapon!

Read on to make this super simple Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparkler cocktail in under 5 minutes—flat!

A top view of two cocktails on a board, they're surrounded my kiwi and lime slices and Torani Kiwi Syrup.
Yield: 1

Spring Kiwi Sparkler Cocktail

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A sparkling tropical drink that is filled with fresh kiwi and kiwi flavor. Plus, spiked with coconut rum. Marvellously sweet and tart—perfect for your spring and summer brunches, just because, or your next cookout!


  • 1/2 kiwi, peeled, thin-sliced
  • 1/2 kiwi, peeled, halved
  • 2 ounces, coconut rum
  • 2 ounces, Torani Kiwi Syrup
  • 1/2 ounce lime juice (half the juice of a lime)
  • Soda water
  • Kiwi slices, unpeeled, for garnish
  • Lime slices for garnish


  1. In a cocktail shaker, muddle the kiwi (1/2 kiwi per drink) until it's broken down. Add the coconut rum, lime juice, and Torani Kiwi Syrup.
  2. Fill the shaker with ice and shake until the shaker frosts.
  3. Prepare the double old-fashioned glasses by pressing on the thin-sliced kiwis onto the sides of the glass. Press so that it forms a bit of suction and set aside. About 3 to 4 slices depending on the size and shape of your glass.
  4. Pour into glasses of choice and top up with soda water. Garnish with kiwi slice, lime slice, and serve.


If you want more pulp, make sure to skip straining before pouring into the glass. To make this a mocktail, replace the coconut rum and soda water with sparkling coconut water.

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Nutrition Information:



Amount Per Serving: Calories: 154Sugar: 19g

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Kiwi being muddled inside cocktail shaker cup. Top view, surrounded by napkin, flowers, kiwis, and lime slices.

1. Muddle the kiwis.

Using a muddler or the end of a clean wooden spoon, softly crush and muddle 1/2 a kiwi until it’s broken down. Use half a kiwi per cocktail.

Adding coconut rum into cocktail shaker and over kiwis.

2. Add coconut rum.

Over the kiwis in the cocktail shaker, add 2 ounces of coconut rum.

Lime is being poured into the cocktail shaker.

3. Add lime juice.

Pour in the juice of half a lime, you can add more if you like it really tart!

Holding the Torani Kiwi syrup before pouring it into the cocktail shaker.
Pouring 2 oz of Torani syrup into cocktail shaker.

4. Add the Torani Kiwi Syrup.

Here’s my secret weapon, now it’s yours! Pour in 2 ounces of Torani Kiwi Syrup into the cocktail shaker.

Overhead view of double old-fashioned cups lined with thin-sliced kiwis, ready for a the finished cocktail.

5. Line the glass with thin-sliced kiwis.

Prepare the glass for your super delicious cocktail. Use about 3-4 slices and stagger them in height—some lower, some higher. Press them onto the sides of the glass until they stick and suction them onto the glass wall.

Cocktail shaker is filled with ice. Overhead view of board with kiwi slices and lime slices.
Cocktail shaker being shaken until it frosts. Torani Kiwi Syrup bottle is in the background.

6. Shake, shake, shake.

Shake the cocktail shaker until it frosts. If it is your first time using a cocktail shaker, you’ll feel it get really cold, and it will fog/frost up.

Cocktail is being poured into the prepared glass.

7. Pour the cocktail into glass.

Carefully pour the cocktail into the center of your glass. This is to keep the kiwis attached to the glass on the side. They’ll eventually slip into the drink but, for serving, it’s nice to see the kiwis.

The cocktail is being topped of with soda water to make it sparkle and fizz.

8. Top off with soda water.

Finish it off by topping it up with soda water. You’ll get that fizz and sparkle—almost time for bottoms up!

Close up of the Kiwi Coconut LIme Sparkler and they're in a bowl with ice.

9. Garnish and serve.

Finish it off by adding a slice of kiwi and lime, add a straw or just enjoy as is! Sweet, tart, and refreshing!

A flatlay and overhead view of the finished Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparklers. Ready to be enjoyed!

Can I Swap the Rum?

Absolutely! You can swap with vodka, gin, Cachaça (for a Brazilian touch), and even tequila. Of course, you can skip it altogether and just add coconut sparkling water to top it off instead of rum and skip the soda water.

Top view of finished Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparkler cocktails.

What Other Fruit Can I Mix In?

Strawberries go great with kiwis as well as pineapple. If you want to add a little freshness, add cucumber slices. No one says this can’t be your “green juice” for Sunday brunch, and since it has fruits, why not?

Close up of Kiwi Coconut Lime Sparkler in a bowl of ice, ready to be enjoyed.

Up Your Brunch Game

Whether it’s for Sunday brunch, cookout, or special occasion—these are always a hit! I think most people are shocked at how good kiwi really is.

Plus, now you have my secret weapon to enhance your cocktails.

Don’t forget to grab your Torani Kiwi Syrup or choose from a wide selection of syrups!

The only question to ask is—when are you trying this Kiwi Coconut Lime sparkler?

Let me know, til then—cheers m’deres!

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A hand holding a Kiwi Lime Sparkler. This is a step-by-step recipe that showcases simple ingredients and Torani syrups.

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  1. This looks amazing! I just found out that I am now allergic to kiwi tho 🙁 I bet starfruit would be a good substitute tho!

  2. Ooo I would love to sip on this! I just love kiwi. This would be perfect to sip on while reading a good book.

  3. This is making me think about happy hour this weekend. I have never had kiwi in my drink but it seems so nice.

  4. Nothing matters except I just saw that Torani makes Kiwi flavors! I had no idea! And thanks for the refreshing drink idea!

  5. That looks and sounds delicious. It is probably is very refreshing, which could make it a little dangerous (in easily drinking too many) 😉

  6. Wow, this cocktail recipe looks really delicious. I think my mom would love to have this for Mother’s Day!

  7. Perfect drink to enjoy poolside. It does look so refreshing. Kiwis are a favorite in my family. I am going to save the recipe and make this for the family this weekend. My kids are all grown ups so I don’t have to worry about a non-alcohol version of this cocktail.

  8. You had me at lime. I love lime anything and this drink looks absolutely fantastic. Can’t wait to try it.

  9. Yum, this looks so refreshing and perfect for the upcoming warm weather. I’m a huge kiwi fan and I look forward to making this recipe.

  10. Love the color! I don’t think I’ve had a drink with kiwi in it before, and it sounds interesting.

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