National Piña Colada Day

National Piña Colada Day

The Pina Colada is a classic mixological standard and the heart of a song about never giving up on your love just because it seems stale.

Pina, which means “Pineapple”, and Colada, which means “Strained” are the inspirations for the name of the drink. The drink has a pineapple juice and a coconut cream mixed with just a little white rum.

There is nothing that speaks more about beautiful azure skies and warm white beaches than a drink that was created on these same shores.

The Pina Colada’s history is rich in folklore and mystery. It is a drink made from tropical fruits, stirred with a drink made from the rich sugar-based drink that was favored by pirates and merchants.

The origin story of the drink’s first and most famous is found in the Caribbean waters of Peurto Rico. It was created on the ship of Roberto Cofresi who was Captain of the crew of worst pirates to sail the oceans in the early part of the 19th century. This is the original source of the drink. It was used to increase the morale of the crew. However, the recipe was lost after Roberto Cofresi’s death in 1825.

Ricardo Garcia, a mixologist from Barcelona who worked at a Hilton, was the first to discover the drink. According to this story, it was discovered by a series of unfortunate events. It began with a strike at the Coconut cutters union, which led to a shortage in the Coco-Loco, resorts’ favorite drink.

Ricardo was without a freshly macheted coconut shell in which to serve the drink. Instead, he used a hollowed-out pineapple to present the drink. According to legend, the Pina Colada was born again.

You may not need us to tell you how to celebrate Pina Colada Day if you are really desperate. It’s a simple drink that you can enjoy, but there are many variations that you can make. all day long! We’ll show you some recipes to help you get started.

1 part White Rum1 piece Coconut Cream3 parts Pineapple juice

Mix the mixture until smooth. Add crushed ice to make it even more delicious. Pour it into a chilled glass, garnish with a slice or pineapple, and serve it up to your retrobates.

1 part White Rum1 piece Malibu Coconut Rum1 portion Pineapple RumFrozen Pineapple Chockes (1/2 to 1″ chunks)

Mix the ingredients in a shaker with ice. Add the frozen pineapple chunks to the coconut and fill it half-full. Pour the mixture over the coconut. Serve the mixture with a straw, and you’re ready to drown in Tropic Storms of flavor!


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