Dotted Thai Fruit Cocktail Recipe

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So I’ve been scheming up the idea of a new cocktail series based around patterns, and because Robin from Double Trouble and I happen to be a very similar kind of weird, she knew just what I meant by this!

Together we schemed up some cool drinks based on patterns I loved, then I designed the backgrounds to match just so, and got them printed as big as possible. 

As such, my new Pattern Play cocktail series was born, and I think you’ll love the first few we have coming! First up: this dotted thai fruit cocktail.

Admittedly, it’s a bit involved to make, but it’s super tasty. And did I mention it looks freaking cool as all get out?! I mean, clearly that’s what I’m here for…

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Once you’ve made the basil seeds and fruit mix, you can make PLENTY of these, so don’t be too intimidated!

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What do you think?! It’s equal parts delicious and trippy when you see it all together, but it’s definitely been a really fun way for us to combine our love of cocktail recipes and creative styling!

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Dotted Thai Fruit Cocktail

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5 from 2 votes
While this isn't your ordinary cocktail recipe, a dotted thai fruit cocktail is super fun for impressing guests on special occasions!
Total Time45 minutes
Course Cocktails, Drinks
Cuisine Thai



  • sweet basil seeds
  • 1.5 oz coconut milk
  • 0.5 oz Green Chartreuse
  • 1.5 oz gin
  • fresh mango
  • 1 oz rosewater
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup pomegranate juice
  • Thai fruit agar dessert mix
  • lemon lime sorbet (optional for added sweetness)


Calories: 285kcal | Carbohydrates: 60g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Sodium: 8mg | Potassium: 157mg | Sugar: 59g | Calcium: 7mg | Iron: 1mg
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 285kcal


  • Prepare basil seeds according to package directions.
  • Prepare Thai Fruit Agar dessert mix (or green jell-o) according to package directions. Once set, cut or break up the jelly into small pieces.
  • Prepare Rose Grenadine: In a small saucepan, stir together 1 cup Pomegranate juice and 1 cup sugar. Heat slowly and stir until sugar is dissolved. Add 1oz rosewater, stir and remove from heat. Chill the syrup.
  • Add small pieces of green agar, 1 tablespoon of prepared basil seeds and fresh mango to the bottom of the serving glass. Top with crushed ice.
  • Shake 1.5oz gin, 1/2oz Green Chartreuse and 1.5oz coconut milk with ice until well chilled (5-6 seconds should do it.) Strain over crushed ice.
  • Lightly drizzle approx. 1/4oz Rose Grenadine on surface of the cocktail and add more basil seeds and mango if desired.
  • Garnish with thinly sliced dragonfruit and small scoop of lemon lime sorbet.
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Cocktails and recipe by Robin Berwick of Double Trouble

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    1. Thanks, Bethany! It’s definitely not your average cocktail, but is really delicious and different! Let us know what you think :)

  1. Hey, Ashley! This is Alex with the Houston Press– I’m working on this week’s blog round-up and obviously these photos are stunning. I’d really love to be able to use one for the post. I saw that someone else took them, and I can definitely link to his site with the photo credit. I would have to crop the photo down to a landscape orientation in order to use it. Please shoot me an email back tonight to let me know and, if you and the photographer are willing, one or two high-res photos– my address is Thanks so much, and I absolutely adore the blog!

  2. Hi this drink looks absolutely gorgeous. But I’m confused. Exactly what are you scooping on the top of the drink in the fifth picture? I can’t find that step in the directions.

  3. I love the idea of cocktails based on patterns! Can’t wait for the future posts in this series!!

    Alexandra Adams | X Height Ment