You can’t get any more tropical than the Piña Colada, a cocktail that encapsulates the fruity flavours of the Caribbean and evokes thoughts of swaying palm trees and glorious sunsets. The original recipe, a blend of rum, coconut cream and pineapple juice, was supposedly pioneered by a Puerto Rican sailor in the 19th century. While the original Piña Colada recipe was unfortunately lost at sea, the cocktail was reinvented in the 1950s and is now served up in bars and hotels across the globe.
If you’re wondering how to make a Piña Colada, then of course the Captain has you covered. Our version features Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold to add delicious spice. Mini umbrellas optional.
For an even creamier Piña Colada cocktail, add in a dollop of double cream. Chill your glass beforehand to make sure your cocktail is extra cool.
What you'll need
For one serving
- 50 mlCaptain Morgan Original Spiced Gold
- 25 mlCoconut cream
- 4 Chunks of fresh pineapple
- 1 Cherry to garnish
- 1 GlassfulCrushed ice
Place a large handful of crushed ice in a blender.
Add the Captain Morgan Original Spiced Gold, coconut cream and three of the pineapple chunks. Blend until smooth.
Pour into a tall glass.
Garnish with the cherry and a chunk of pineapple.
Simply sip on the mouth-watering flavours of the Caribbean.