A Pain Chiller is an alcohol-free version of the popular Painkiller cocktail that originated in the British Virgin Islands. This simple frozen tropical drink is the perfect drink for a hot summer day!
This frozen mocktail is the best tropical drink I think I have ever made. Frozen pineapple and coconut blended together make such a delicious drink, you won’t even miss the alcohol.
Frozen Pain Chiller – Alcohol-Free Painkiller Recipe
Make a frozen Pain Chiller mocktail and stay refreshed all summer! Just like the original Painkiller, this alcohol-free drink frozen drink will transport you to the islands with just one sip.
It doesn’t get more delicious than a combination of oranges, pineapple, and coconut. So break out your blender and whirl up this easy frozen alcohol free drink.
I love to make fun cocktails but I don’t always want to drink alcohol. So I made this alcohol-free version of the famous Painkiller drink from the British Virgin Islands. This frozen tropical drink is just as delicious as the original that you won’t even miss the alcohol.
History of the Painkiller
The original Painkiller cocktail was created in the 1970s at the Soggy Dollar Bar on the British Virgin Islands. With no dock on the beach, patrons had to swim to shore, getting their money wet along the way. This inspired the bar’s name.
The Painkiller was the Soggy Dollar’s signature cocktail and quickly became famous around the islands. The original Painkiller is made with rum. My frozen Pain Chiller mocktail has all the same ingredients, minus the rum!
What is in a Pain Chiller?
A frozen Pain Chiller mocktail has the best tropical flavors. It is a blend of coconut milk and flavoring, frozen pineapple chunks, orange juice, and pineapple juice. I love to garnish my drink with some whipped coconut milk and citrus fruit.
Tips for Making a Frozen Pain Chiller
Frozen Pain Chillers need to be ice cold! The best way to get that delicious frozen texture is to use frozen pineapple chunks or ice. This alcohol-free drink has orange juice and pineapple juice. I recommend that they are as cold as possible before you blend all the ingredients together.
Can I Put Rum in My Frozen Pain Chiller?
You absolutely can put rum in your drink! But if you do, you’ll have an original Soggy Dollar Painkiller cocktail instead of my delightful alcohol-free frozen mocktail. Just in case you’re feeling adventurous, I put instructions to spike the drink in the recipe card.
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Frozen Pain Chiller (Alcohol Free Painkiller)
- 2 ounces cream of coconut
- 1 dash nutmeg
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 3/4 cup pineapple juice
- 1 cup ice or frozen pineapple chunks
- Dairy-free coconut milk whipped cream optional
- Garnish: pineapple or orange wedge optional
- Add the cream of coconut, nutmeg, orange juice and pineapple juice to a blender with ice (or frozen pineapple chunks). Blend until smooth.
- Pour into a hurricane glass.
- Garnish with whipped cream another dash of nutmeg and a pineapple wedge. Serve with a straw and enjoy!
Painkiller Cocktail Version
- Add 2 ounces of dark rum and 2 ounces orange juice (instead of the 1/2 cup).
- Add ingredients to a shaker with ice and shake until well-chilled.
- Strain into a hurricane glass over crushed ice.