The Amaretto Pina Colada is a variation of the famous Piña Colada with the addition of a shot of Amaretto Almond Liqueur. The amaretto adds a rich and nutty flavor to the traditional coconut and pineapple Piña Colada. It is made with a combination of white rum, amaretto, coconut cream, pineapple juice, and whipping cream.
Variations on the Pina Colada
The Pina Colada comes in many recipe variations including the Amaretto Pina Colada. Other variations include mango, chocolate, banana, strawberry, vodka, kiwi, angostura bitters, sangría, and even kale.
History of the Pina Colada
The earliest known story states that in the 19th century, Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresí, to boost his crew’s morale, gave them a beverage or cocktail that contained coconut, pineapple, and white rum. This was what would be later known as the famous piña colada.
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How to Make This Amaretto Pina Colada Recipe
Put the pineapple juice, cream of coconut, amaretto, and rum in a blender with two cups of crushed ice. Blend on pulse until the texture becomes slushy. Pour into a hurricane glass, and garnish with a pineapple slice and cherry.
- 1 Blender
- 1 hurricane glass
- 4 oz. pineapple juice
- 3 oz. cream of coconut
- 2 oz. light rum
- 2 cups ice
- 1½ oz. amaretto
How to Mix a Amaretto Pina Colada
Time needed: 5 minutes
Mixing Directions for an Amaretto Pina Colada
- Blend the Main Ingredients
In a blender, mix together pineapple juice, cream of coconut, rum, amaretto, and ice until blended and slushy.
- Pour and Garnish
Pour frozen Amaretto Pina Colada in a tall hurricane glass and garnish with a pineapple wedge or cherry.
Amaretto Pina Colada
- 1 Blender
- 1 hurricane glass
- 4 shots pineapple juice
- 3 shots cream of coconut
- 2 shots light rum
- 1 shot amaretto
- 2 cups ice
- In a blender, mix together pineapple juice, cream of coconut, rum, amaretto, and ice until blended and slushy.4 shots pineapple juice, 3 shots cream of coconut, 2 shots light rum, 2 cups ice, 1 shot amaretto
- Pour frozen Amaretto Pina Colada in a tall hurricane glass and garnish with a pinaple wedge or cherry.
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