Piña Colada story
Pina Colada (Difford's recipe)
A splash of cachaça adds some Latin flavour, lime adds a citrusy bite while a splash of fresh cream makes this Piña Colada creamy white.
Champagne Piña Colada
Deliciously creamy pineapple and coconut enlivened by champagne with rum notes shining through. Variables such as the coconut sorbet used, the pineapple
Don't skimp, use a whole banana per drink for real flavour.
Pina Colada Cocktail (Puerto Rican style)
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
Almond Pina Colada
As the name suggests this tall shaken cocktail has strong flavours of pineapple and almond.
Rum and pineapple strike up a tropical harmony, helped by coconut, passionfruit and orange.
Greek Piña Colada
A yoghurt and rum based pineapple and coconut drink, and if your blender is sufficiently powerful, with tiny fragments of pineapple shrapnel.
Creamy Vanilla Colada
Creamy yoghurt married with aged rum and richly flavoured with vanilla.
Pina Colada Cocktail (Cuban Style)
This Colada has no coconut, but it is smooth, balanced and rather tasty.
A ridiculously simple party drink with three equal parts shaken to produce a pineapple and coconut cocktail fortified with rum and crowned with a foamy
The broadside firepower of navy rum balances sweet pineapple and coconut in what is an all too delicious Tiki-style libation.