Pina Colada
Pina Colada

Pina Colada

Rum + Coconut milk + Pineapple juice
Difficulty Level
Type of glass
Tulip glass
Electric blender
  • 20 ml (2/3 oz.) white rum
  • 20 ml (2/3 oz.) dark rum
  • 120 ml (4 oz.) pineapple juice (pure fruit juice)
  • 45 ml (1 1/2 oz.) coconut cream or sweetened coconut milk
  • 5 or 6 cubes crushed ice
  • 1 piece fresh pineapple cut into 1 cm thick triangle
  • 1 maraschino cherry
In a blender

Combine ice cubes, white rum, dark rum, coconut cream or sweetened coconut milk, and pineapple juice in an electric mixer.

Mix ingredients until smooth (maximum 10 seconds).

Pour into a tulip glass.

Garnish with pineapple piece and maraschino cherry.

Did you know:

The Piña Colada was invented on August 15, 1954, by Don Ramon Monchito Marrero, a bartender at the Hilton hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His goal was to combine all the flavours of Puerto Rico in a single glass, with a particular emphasis on the fresh pineapple juice from local farms. The Piña Colada was declared that county's national beverage in 1978, and has since gained fans around the world.

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