Honolulu Cocktail Kit

  • All the ingredients you need to make this delicious cocktail
  • Contains fresh fruit (see below)
  • Kit comes in 2 sizes to cater for 2 or 4 people
  • Price includes free tracked postage
  • Recipe card with instructions included



To enjoy this Honolulu cocktail kit you will need:

  • Martini glasses (recommended)
  • A cocktail shaker
  • A strainer (sometimes built into the shaker)
  • A citrus squeezer/juicer
  • Ice
  • Cherries and pineapple slices to garnish (optional)

Important: This cocktail box contains fresh lemons. Therefore you should ensure that someone will be at home to accept delivery or that collection can be made from your local Royal Mail delivery office before the fruit perishes. We are unable to accept responsibility for fruit that has gone bad and/or for the resulting damage to the packaging if Royal Mail have been unable to deliver at the first attempt.

If you are not planning on consuming your cocktail very soon after delivery, say for example it is being purchased as a gift, then please note that this cocktail box will arrive unsealed. Therefore the fruit can be removed and replaced by you at a later date (if you so wish). Alternatively, if you wish for us not to include fresh fruit as you or the recipient would prefer to source your own, please request this using the “Order notes (optional)” box at the checkout.

This kit contains Greenall’s London Dry Gin, grenadine, fresh lemons, orange juice and pineapple juice. As a result, each cocktail contains 2.2 units of alcohol.

We reserve the right to change the ingredients used in our kits without giving notice. Therefore the brands used may differ on very rare occasions from those listed above or shown in product images.

Gift Message (Optional)

Your message will be placed on a brown cardboard gift tag measuring 10cm x 5cm. The gift tag will then be attached to the outside of your cocktail box.

How To Make A Honolulu

View instructions on how to make the drink using our Honolulu cocktail kit.

Watch our “how to make a Honolulu” video on YouTube.


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