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BLEND all ingredients with 6oz scoop crushed ice and serve with paper straws.
Parasol, pineapple wedge & Luxardo Maraschino cherry
A wonderful creamy, fruity concoction that's not half as sticky as the world would have you believe. Too much ice will detract from the creaminess and kill the drink.
See our main Piña Colada page for the story behind this classic and for links to numerous variations on this recipe.
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