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Pina Colada

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El Pirata Cofresí (Roberto Cofresí y Ramírez de Arellano) was a pirate from Puerto Rico credited with first mixing white rum, coconut milk, and pineapple to lift the morale of his crew. Though not a true Piña Colada, it’s a story with pirates and Rum so, … pretty cool.

It finally took bartender Ramón “Monchito” Marrero working at the Caribe Hilton in 1954, to add the cream of coconut that made this drink the true star of the bar. Sweet & creamy with a gentle Rum burn, the Piña Colada was born!

Nice to know

In 1978, the Piña Colada was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico.

In 2004, Puerto Rico’s Governor presented the Caribe Hilton with a proclamation to honor the 50th anniversary of the drink’s creation.

The name Piña Colada means “strained pineapple” in Spanish.

Taste Profile:

Sweet:

Subtle

Sour:

Subtle

Bitter:

Subtle

Ingredients:

Ron Espero Coco Caribe
Coconut milk
Eyguebelle sugar syrup
Fresh lime juice
Rioba pineapple juice

Garnish: Lime wedge
Optional: sweet pineapple

Method:

Shake and Pour

Pina Colada

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5/5

34.9554.95 incl. BTW

El Pirata Cofresí (Roberto Cofresí y Ramírez de Arellano) was a pirate from Puerto Rico credited with first mixing white rum, coconut milk, and pineapple to lift the morale of his crew. Though not a true Piña Colada, it’s a story with pirates and Rum so, … pretty cool. It finally took bartender Ramón “Monchito” Marrero working at the Caribe Hilton in 1954, to add the cream of coconut that made this drink the true star of the bar. Sweet & creamy with a gentle Rum burn, the Piña Colada was born! Nice to know In 1978, the Piña Colada was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico. In 2004, Puerto Rico’s Governor presented the Caribe Hilton with a proclamation to honor the 50th anniversary of the drink’s creation. The name Piña Colada means “strained pineapple” in Spanish.

Cocktail taste:

Sweet:

Subtle

Sour:

Subtle

Bitter:

Subtle

Ingredients:

Ron Espero Coco Caribe
Coconut milk
Eyguebelle sugar syrup
Fresh lime juice
Rioba pineapple juice

Garnish: Lime wedge
Optional: sweet pineapple

Method:

Shake and Pour

Original

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