A tattoo everyone will like! Nomad Lounge is quickly becoming our Disney version of Cheers! In this rendition of our Disney at home recipes, we’re heading back to the famed lounge to share our Jenn’s Tattoo recipe. After shaking up both our Night Monkey and Annapurna Zing recipes, we’re tackling one of the more popular cocktails. Combining the delicate flavors of the hibiscus flower with refreshing notes of watermelon you get Jenn’s Tattoo. It’s the perfect cocktail for sitting out on the Nomad Lounge patio. The time has come, grab your cocktail shaker, as it’s time to make our Jenn’s Tattoo recipe!

A close up of our Jenn's Tattoo Recipe completed


Situated on the outskirts of Pandora you’ll find Nomad Lounge. Whether you’re looking to chill inside or outside on the patio, there’s a spot for everyone. It’s hard to beat the outdoor patio with its comfy chairs and tons of shade. Many times we forget we’re in a theme park, especially with the lush green foliage surrounding the patio. Throw in one of the many great Nomad Lounge appetizers and you got the makings of a fantastic afternoon. Alright, let’s get to shaking before our ice melts too much!

Jenn’s Tattoo Recipe


  • 1 1/2 oz of Kettle One Vodka
  • 2 oz of Watermelon Puree
  • 1/2 oz of Hibiscus Syrup
  • 1/2 oz a Fresh Lime Juice (1 Whole Lime)


Homemade Watermelon Puree

  1. Cube fresh watermelon
  2. Put watermelon into a blender
  3. Puree (about 30 to 45 seconds)
  4. Strain to remove any pulp (optional)
  1. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice
  2. Add Kettle One Vodka
  3. Add Watermelon Puree
  4. Add Hibiscus Syrup
  5. Squeeze whole fresh lime
  6. Shake until it’s too cold to hold
  7. Pure over ice


For us, we love to mix it from time to time. Below are a few substitutions. Feel free to make adjustments where you see fit.

  • Replace Kettle One Vodka with your favorite vodka (we prefer Grey Goose)
  • Replace watermelon puree with a pre-maid watermelon cocktail mix

This is a cocktail best enjoyed on a warm day or a day you were wishing it was warm!

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