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Contributed by Amy Zavatto
The chilly, coconut-y drink is having (another) delicious moment. And this recipe might be the best there is.
Pour all ingredients into a shaker filled with ice.
Shake well for a good 30 seconds or so. Strain into a cocktail glass.
Garnish with a wedge of fresh pineapple.
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I have the same question as j.holbrook.7c6b12...what's the right cocktail glass here? The proportions seem off as you can fill up two standard coupes with these ingredients, but then you're only getting one 1 ounce of rum in each coupe. Liquor.com: is this for 2 servings, or is there a glitch with the amounts?
Great tip for the extra straight coconut cream, I substituted that for the heavy cream and delighted in what I found to be the perfect balance of coconut taste. I also used some pure cane sugar syrup I had handy instead of the demerara simple syrup and garnished with a piece of fresh cane sugar... cheers!
After drinking these for another couple weeks, I've achieved the coconut flavor I was looking for by substituting the demerara (sugar) with an equal measure of the best coconut cream I could find. With that one little change, I can't imagine a better tasting piña colada.
Is the Demerara sugar being used to make a simple syrup, I feel like the reference in the article used it that way.
Don't know where to find fresh pineapple juice by me, but I do have a vitamix and can use it to make pineapple juice but it will have all the fruit in it too. Think that's good?
What is Demerara? I see that it is a sugar but there is also a rum by this name - which is being referred to here?
I've drunk a *lot* of these over the weekend, and love the freshness of all the flavors. I'd like it to have just a little more coconut flavor, but overall this is bangin'.
this recipe is just insane.
This is two thirds of the way towards a Painkiller.
Are we working with a 12oz cocktail glass here? wtf