Rum and pineapple cocktail recipe
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This rum and pineapple cocktail will make you think of sunshine - even if it's pouring! A mini umbrella or a cherry on top never goes to waste!
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- 45ml rum
- 45ml pineapple juice
- 1 glace cherry, to garnish
MethodPrep:1min ›Ready in:1min
- In a rocks glass, pour coconut rum over ice. Pour pineapple juice to top. Garnish with a cherry.
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by Gracie Lou
I drink this a lot. In a bar it is most commonly refered to as a Malibu and Pineapple. It's nothing new, but I am sure more people will know about it now and order it!-04 Mar 2006
One of my favorite standby's. Great on a summer day. Occasionally, I add a splash of Amaretto which give it an excellent taste and ups the alcohol content!-06 Mar 2009
My favorite drink. I had it once at a party and I was hooked. I never knew it had a name besides Malibu & Pineapple tho! The cherry, if left in the bottle of the glass, soaks up some of the alcohol and when u eat it, it gives a real kick. Also something to try, add a slice of pear. It sounds weird, but it gives the pear flavor AND that kick of soaked up alcohol.-07 Jun 2008
Frozen Pineapple Cocktail with Rum
I’m not sure why we leave frozen drinks to vacation time because they are truly so easy to make at home. As long as you have a blender and the ingredients, you can make this pineapple cocktail that’s perfect for Summer.
So don’t wait around for the next vacay, y’all! Make this Summer Pineapple Cocktail stat! It is so good!
Step #1: Pour ½ oz of Strawberry Puree into 4 glasses.
Step #2: Fill a large shaker with ice and add the next 4 ingredients.
Step #3: Shake well and pour slowly over the Strawberry Puree.
Step #4: Top with enough Sparkling Water to fill the glass and garnish with pineapple, strawberry, or anything else you’d like!
Blackberry Pineapple Rum Cocktail
Blackberry Pineapple Rum Cocktail is a fresh drink combination reminiscent of tropical vibes and summer fun. A cocktail made from dark rum, Grand Marnier, blackberry syrup, lime juice, pineapple juice, and ice cubes shook together in a cocktail shaker.
Blackberry Pineapple Rum Cocktail
Besides being fresh, this cocktail also has a pretty color. This cocktail gets a lovely purplish-red hue from blackberry syrup. Blackberry syrup is an extraordinarily luxurious blend of ripe blackberries, water, and sugar that makes things taste even better. This cocktail goes smooth and the drink is like a punch. The taste is lively, refreshing, and not too sweet. However, if you like your drink sweeter, you can add a little blackberry syrup to your liking.
Ingredients For Blackberry Pineapple Rum Cocktail:
How to Make:
Place the fresh blackberries, sugar, and water in a small saucepan over medium heat. Let it boil while stirring. Turn off the heat, and let it cool. Use a muddler or fork to break up the blackberries. Transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks or until serving time.
Pour the dark rum, Grand Marnier, blackberry syrup, lime juice, pineapple juice, and ice cubes to taste into the cocktail shaker. Beat until combined. Pour into a serving glass that has been filled with ice cubes before. Garnish with fresh mint leaves, blackberries, and lime wedges.
There’s nothing like a good punch. The classic drink is one of the earliest known cocktails, with written references dating to at least the 17th century. Traditionally featuring a spirit, citrus, spice, sugar and water, punch offers the creative drinker a wide berth for experimentation. But if you need some inspiration, you can’t go wrong with rum and fruit juice, which are as perfect a pairing as you’ll find in the cocktail-verse.
This single-serving Rum Punch begins with two types of rum, a smart and easy way to add depth and complexity to a cocktail. From there, pineapple and grenadine lend sweetness, orange juice brightens everything and a touch of lime cuts through the tropical sweetness.
About that grenadine: Most store-bought versions are bright red, overly sweet and laced with artificial ingredients. Leave those on the shelf where they belong and make your own. It takes just a few minutes to produce homemade grenadine with pomegranate juice, pomegranate molasses and sugar. It’s worth the effort, as DIY grenadine adds a tart richness to cocktails that can’t be matched with the pre-bottled stuff.
Entertaining a crowd? Simply scale up the measurements to fit your punch bowl, or multiply by how many people you want to serve. Drop a large ice block into the bowl to keep your refreshment cold, garnish with a few slices of fresh fruit and you’ll have a Rum Punch that keeps on giving.
Caribbean imbibing: Are there two words in the English language more perfect to string together?
All throughout the turquoise-hued paradise that lives south of the United States, there's a long-standing tradition of maritime bars serving tropical rum drinks to thirsty sailors. In the British Virgin Islands, there's a magical place called Soggy Dollar Bar, named for the state of your dollars upon arriving (as you get to it only by swimming from a boat). Sometime back in the 1970s, an artistic bartender decided to put coconut cream and nutmeg into a rum drink—and the Painkiller was born. Today it is still (in?)famous among sailors, swimmers and salty sea dogs alike.
For those of us who may find swimming to the Soggy Dollar a tad inconvenient, making a Painkiller is a fair substitute (tuning in to its live webcam via your work desktop doesn't hurt either). You could get fancy with the drink and serve it in a curvy tropical glass, but I stick to the only way it's ever been given to me: in a plastic cup. Also, adding a pinch of salt is key, because the best way to drink one of these babies is standing waist-deep in the ocean with the waves splashing just enough to salt your drink.
Rum – to make this yummy alcoholic slushy with rum you’ll want to use 1 cup of Malibu rum. Malibu has that delicious tropical flavor that mixes coconut and pineapple. It makes this rum slush taste like you’re on the beach!
Pineapple – instead of using ice to form the frosty base of your pineapple rum slush, you’re going to use frozen pineapple chunks! By using frozen fruit in place of ice, you’ll get a smooth creamy texture instead of a chunky icy texture. You can use pre-frozen chunks or freeze your own fresh pineapple chunks and freeze them.
Half & Half – many rum slush recipes use coconut water (definitely a great lower-calorie option), but for this pineapple slush, we’re going all out! You’ll need 1/2 a cup of half-and-half to mix with your pineapple chunks and Malibu rum. Half-and-half will give your slush a smooth, sweet, and decadent flavor.
This recipe sounds good, but it's mis-filed as non-alcoholic. It calls for rum.
It was good, but I wouldn't make the pineapple/mint mixture too far in advance of serving it. After four hours, it gets kind of muddy and grey.
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- For Smoked Ice:
- 1 tray ice cubes
- Wood chips for smoking
- For the Cocktail:
- 1 1/2 ounces light rum, such as 10 Cane
- 1/2 ounce overproof rum, such as Lemon Hart Demerara
- 2 ounces pineapple juice
- 1/2 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice from 1 lime
- 1/4 ounce simple syrup (see note)
- 2 dashes Angostura bitters
- Smoked ice cubes
- Fresh cherry, pineapple chunk, and mint sprig, for garnish
Piña Co-Lava Cocktail Recipe Ingredients:
- 4 ounces pineapple juice
- 1 1/2 ounces Malibu® Coconut Rum
- 4 ounces Canada Dry® Ginger Ale
- splash of grenadine syrup
It's summer, so drinks should be light. Effervescent, even. Ginger Ale was the logical choice to use for my drink. Ginger plants grow in tropical regions, after all, and the flavor paired perfectly with the pineapple juice.
Sure, combining just the pineapple juice, Malibu® rum, and Canada Dry® ginger ale was delicious. Like the world's easiest Piña Colada. But I wanted something more.
Just a splash of Grenadine syrup was the perfect compliment to the sweet tropical flavors I already had. And it added an absolutely stunning color to the cocktail. It's the perfect mix! This is a seriously pretty drink, perfect for any summer party.
My friend Melissa came up with the perfect name for this coctail: The Piña Co-Lava.
Perfect name, right?? Lots of my friends actually came up with tons of great names, and it was really hard to choose just one. I clearly just need to start inventing more drinks so I can use up more of the names. -)
I love my friends and neighbors so much. We swim at their house in the summer, I have them over for pizza from the wood fired pizza oven when it's cooler. I'm pretty sure we have the best culdesac ever.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of DPSG Green Bottle at Safeway/Albertsons. The opinions and text are all mine.