WATCH: Kenny Chesney Serves Up His Signature Island Girl Cocktail After A Photoshoot In Key West.


Kenny Chesney recently visited Key West, FL for a photo shoot and decided to stop by The Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar to show fans who are 21+ how he makes his signature Island Girl cocktail using his Blue Chair Bay Rum.

In the clip posted to social media, the country singer showed his step-by-step process including a bit of Coconut rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, and last but not least, a "dash" of Sprite. 

"I like a lot of Sprite in mine," he said while filling the cup to the top. 

After giving his drink a bit of a stir, he said "cheers," toasted the viewers, and took a refreshing sip. 

Following his visit, The Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar shared, "Thanks for stopping by The Speakeasy Inn and Rum Bar KC! Always good to see you!"


Blue Chair Bay Rum is a brand of award-winning authentic Caribbean rum that matches the breezy lifestyle of Kenny Chesney with a taste that captures the essence of summer and goes down smooth. With natural ingredients that embody the "Get Along" singer's love for island life, the current varieties include Spiced, White, Coconut, Banana, Coconut Spiced, Vanilla, Key Lime Rum Cream, Banana Rum Cream, Mango Rum Cream, Pineapple Rum Cream and Coconut Spiced Rum Cream.

This island-inspired cocktail is one of many must-try Blue Chair Bay Rum recipes, along with Key Lime Colada and sweet Peanut Butter Martini.


Island Girl Recipe

• 1.5 oz. Blue Chair Bay® Coconut Rum• 1 oz. orange juice• 1 oz. pineapple juice• 2 oz. lemon-lime soda

Build ingredients directly into tall glass with ice. Want produce? Add an orange slice and cherry.

Earlier this week, the country singer popped up for an impromptu performance at Captain Tony's Saloon. This famed bar in Key West was built in the 1850s and has been frequented by many well-known artists, writers, and celebrities over the years.

The country star recently stepped up to the mic in the midst of the casual hub wearing a t-shirt, shorts, and backward cap as he delivered an acoustic version of his 2011 hit, "You and Tequila." His spontaneous performance was captured on video and shared to his social media platforms. 

"Feeding my creative soul at Capt. Tony's. Thanks to everyone for allowing me to sit in," Chesney wrote in the caption.