Ban Piña Colada Mix – This is ALL you need!

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Guys, we need to talk. The frozen cocktail has been bastardized, gone through the ringer of high fructose corn syrup, added color, and fake flavoring. THIS IS NOT OKAY. Why? Because a fresh piña colada done right is a thing of glory, of happiness, evoking all the tropical beach vibes you need to get through a miserably hot summer.

So, let’s get one thing straight. NO MORE PIÑA COLADA MIX! If piña coladas have left a bad taste in your mouth in the past, this is quite literally the reason why…it was most likely made with some fake store-bought mix. All you need to remember for a great frozen drink is FRESH FRUIT. Time to abandon the fruit concentrates and chemical laden store-bought mixers.

Let’s revive the Piña Colada with fresh ingredients and I promise you won’t look back.

The Piña Colada Queen


4-8 oz white rum 😉  (you really can’t mess this part up)
3 oz coconut cream (Coco Lopez is our standard)
2 cups fresh pineapple chunks (or frozen works too)
loads of ice in your blender (you want a nice thick consistency)
Float with a dark or spiced rum such as Myers’s or Sailor Jerry.

Pro-tip #1Costco has a good enough version of Sailor Jerry for half the price.
Pro-tip #2 – You don’t need a costco card to shop at their liquor store
Pro-tip #3 – Chill your rum before you pour on top of the piña so it doesn’t melt right through and ruin your consistency.
Pro-tip #4 – Garnish with a leaf from your fresh pineapple fruit to feel ultra tropical.
Pro tip #5 – Eyeball your rum, load with fruit, coconut cream and ice and you really can’t go wrong.


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