When I first turned 21, all I wanted to drink were sweet, girlie drinks. Sex on the beach, vodka and cranberry, strawberry daiquiris and piña coladas were my drinks of choice. Now, making a piña colada at home brings me back to those days when I used to go to a bar and pay $10 for a drink that probably had very little alcohol in it anyway.
The great thing about making a piña colada at home is that I can add as much booze as I want — oh, and I get to try different flavor combinations. I love mango and pineapples especially, so I decided to try a mango piña colada recipe, and boy, was it amazing.
If you’d like to stick to the traditional piña colada, then just omit the mango, and you're all set. Or you can swap in any other fruit you have on hand: strawberries, blueberries, even apple.
Total time: 5 minutes
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