Piña colada made from Martinican rum

The piña colada means in Spanish “pressed pineapple”. It was invented in 1954 in Puerto Rico and became the national drink in 1974. It is a Puerto Rican pirate who would have prepared this cocktail based on rum, pineapple and coconut cream to motivate the crew of his ship. It was then adopted in Martinique since all the fruits that compose it are also available in Martinique. A pure delight that is easy to prepare!


For 1 glass:

  • 5 cl agricultural white rum 50° from Martinique
  • 10 cl pineapple juice
  • 4 cl coconut milk
  • Crushed ice (or ice cubes)
  • In a blender or blender, put all the ingredients and mix until the texture is smooth.
  • Serve in a tall glass with a straw and some glass decorations.