Piña Colada Recipe

By Gayot Editors

From pirates to bartenders, the origin of the Piña Colada is highly disputed. What is sure is its birthplace: somewhere in the Caribbean.

Puerto Rico proclaimed the cocktail as its official drink in 1978. In America, there is even a National Piña Colada Day: July 10.

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Since the piña colada recipe involves rum and coconut, why not use Malibu® Rum which contains coconut liqueur for a greater taste?


– 1 part Malibu Rum
– 1 ½ parts pineapple juice (tip: fresh squeezed is even better)
– ½ part coconut cream

• Fill a shaker with ice cubes.
• Add ingredients.
• Shake.
• Strain into glass.

Zebra Champagne has created its own version of the piña colada, where it is important to use coconut rum.

– 1 1/2 oz. (4 cl) champagne brut
– 2 oz. (6 cl) pineapple juice
– 3/4 oz. (2 cl) coconut rum