Piña colada

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Piña colada

A sweet cocktail. The name is from the Spanish words piña (pineapple) and colada (strained). The pulped or mashed pineapple is strained through a sieve. A non-alcoholic version is known as the Virgin Piña Colada. It was created in Puerto Rico by a man called Monchito in 1954.

This beverage is made of:

  • 1 Part coconut milk (widely available in bottles in grocery stores)
  • 1 Part white rum
  • 2 Parts unsweetened pineapple juice

Mix all ingredients with crushed ice.

See also: List of cocktails