Piña Colada Paradise: A Guide to the Perfect Tropical Drink (Dominoes)

Piña Colada Paradise: A Guide to the Perfect Tropical Drink (Dominoes)

The piña colada : a delightful mixture of coconut, pineapple and rum, which gives one the impression of being on some tropical island even without leaving home s is perfect for a summer poolside drink, a staycation treat, or a midday pick me up. Dominoes are not part of the ingredients but do give it a tropical touch to your beach house party Here is a tutorial on how to make the best piña colada ever including other versions and interesting information about it

Classic Piña Colada Recipe:

This formula generates a single tasty piña colada. In case you feel like it, you can increase all the components so as to fill a jug for your friends.


  • 1 ounce white rum
  • 1 ounce cream of coconut (Coco Lopez is a popular brand)
  • 3 ounces pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup crushed ice
  • Pineapple wedges and maraschino cherries for garnishing (optional)


If you want a super chilled drink, pre-freeze your serving glass for a few minutes.

Combine rum, cream of coconut, and pineapple juice in a blender.

Add crushed ice and blend until smooth and frosty.

Pour into your chilled glass and garnish with a pineapple wedge and maraschino cherry, if desired.

Blender vs. Shaker?

The classic piña colada, which is actually a blended drink, can also be made as a shaken piña colada if you want it to be less icy and somewhat more sophisticated. Below is how you could go about it:

Use the same ingredients but scale down the ice to just a few cubes.

Put everything together in a shaker with ice for a cocktail.

Shake vigorously for 30 seconds.

Strain into a chilled glass.

Piña Colada Fun Facts:

Piña Colada Paradise: A Guide to the Perfect Tropical Drink (Dominoes)

The piña colada was first made in Puerto Rico during the 1950s. There are many stories about its beginning but all include a bartender struggling to make good tasty refreshment from what was available around him. The term “piña colada” means “strained pineapple” in Spanish; it’s a throwback to the drink’s main component which is pineapple juice. As compared to coconut milk, cream of coconut is more viscous and sugary; therefore one may consider replacing it for a less dense piña colada. To make it more smoky, use aged rum (añejo) instead of clear rum.

Dominoes and Piña Coladas: A Tropical Pairing

Although not commonly employed in the production of piña coladas, the employment of a set of dominoes can be quite enjoyable in the course of one’s tropical retreat. The following are some suggestions:

While you drink your piña coladas, try the Dominoes game. The game of Dominoes is a vintage game which is easy to understand and relaxed in nature. Use Dominoes as coasters. Add even more life to it by letting a decorative domino support your piña colada glass.

Beyond the Basics: Piña Colada Variations

you feel like you want to try something new here are some different options for the famous piña colada cocktail:

Spiked Piña Colada: 

Add grenadine for layering or an additional flavour punch such as amaretto or coconut flavoured liqueur.

Frozen Piña Colada: 

For an even colder drink, use frozen cubes of pineapple rather than ice that has been crushed.

Virgin Piña Colada: 

Skip the rum for a refreshing alcohol-free drink.

You have it now! Just bookmark this guide and you’ll have all that’s needed to make the best piña colada you can get, with your taste buds being transported to any tropics’ flavours they dream of every day. But, for now, fetch your blender, start spinning some songs from the islands and let’s turn this place into a pina colada heaven!

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