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Barrachina Piña Colada (Barrachina Restaurant, Old San Juan)

Barrachina Piña Colada - Located in Old San Juan, just one block from La Fortaleza, the restaurant has been catering to tourist and locals for over 40 years in the old city. The surrounding beauty of a colonial building over two centuries old with an interior courtyard and magnificent tropical foliage is the birthplace and home of the world famous piña colada, where don Ramon Portas Mingot, first made the famous drink in 1963.

  • Recipe makes approximately 8 12 ounce servings.

  • 48 ounces of unsweetened Dole pineapple juice

  • 15 ounces of coconut cream (Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut or Monin Coconut Puree)

  • 10 ounces of water

  • Blend ingredients and freeze, stirring occasionally, or use an ice cream maker until proper consistency is achieved.

  • To serve, add 2 ounces of Don Q Reserva 7 or Ron del Barrilito Three Star rum to the bottom of the glass, pouring the frozen mix on top.  The rum, being lighter than the frozen mix, will rise up through the drink.

  • Garnish: fresh pineapple wedge on rim of glass with an umbrella and Maraschino cherry

  • For a Caribe Hilton Piña Colada (also claims to be the original), add 16 ounces of heavy cream to the mix.


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