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October 26, 2020

Pina Colada

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Yields1 Serving
 50 ml Rum
 10 ml Panache Carribean Flavour Infusion
 60 ml Pineapple Juice
 20 ml Double Cream
1

Take your glass, traditionally a Hurricane glass, but not strictly important  Fill with ice, get your glass nice and chilled while you make your Pina Colada

2

Open your mixing tin and fill ¾ with cubed ice. Now add 50ml of Rum, traditionally White Rum is used but any rum is fine.

3

You now need to add 10ml Panache Caribbean to your mixing tin. The Coconut and Caramel combination will add that dash of Panache to your Panache Pina Colada

4

Now onto Pineapple Juice, add 60ml to your mixing tin

5

To create that traditional creamy tropical drink you now need to add a dash of cream to the mixture. We like to use double cream, but single is fine. Roughly 20ml

6

Pop the cap on your tin and shake for a good 20 seconds, you will start to feel the sides of your tin become ice cold.

7

Now we like to remove the ice from the chilled glass but this isn’t strictly important, if your ice has begun to melt just remove the water. We have in this case removed the ice entirely and are now going to strain the contents of the mixer into our glass

8

Now this will be one of the creamiest and tropical drinks you will ever have, we like to top it off with some whipped cream and pop a cherry on the top

Ingredients

 50 ml Rum
 10 ml Panache Carribean Flavour Infusion
 60 ml Pineapple Juice
 20 ml Double Cream

Directions

1

Take your glass, traditionally a Hurricane glass, but not strictly important  Fill with ice, get your glass nice and chilled while you make your Pina Colada

2

Open your mixing tin and fill ¾ with cubed ice. Now add 50ml of Rum, traditionally White Rum is used but any rum is fine.

3

You now need to add 10ml Panache Caribbean to your mixing tin. The Coconut and Caramel combination will add that dash of Panache to your Panache Pina Colada

4

Now onto Pineapple Juice, add 60ml to your mixing tin

5

To create that traditional creamy tropical drink you now need to add a dash of cream to the mixture. We like to use double cream, but single is fine. Roughly 20ml

6

Pop the cap on your tin and shake for a good 20 seconds, you will start to feel the sides of your tin become ice cold.

7

Now we like to remove the ice from the chilled glass but this isn’t strictly important, if your ice has begun to melt just remove the water. We have in this case removed the ice entirely and are now going to strain the contents of the mixer into our glass

8

Now this will be one of the creamiest and tropical drinks you will ever have, we like to top it off with some whipped cream and pop a cherry on the top

Pina Colada

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