Pina Colada

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Piña Colada

No words needed to explain you anything about this one I guess? I thought so, as the Colada is one of the most famous drinks in the world. Even though this particular drink has never been on my list, I am posting it today. One might think, this guy is running out of ideas but that is not quite the reason for it. Lately a small package found its way to my door and to my surprise a tasty spirit was found inside. It came as a DIY kit for a Piña Colada. Not to excited about the Colada, I red the little note and got curious. The box was send by BELSAZAR with a sample of their Summer Riesling Edition Vermouth in cooperative with the famous Dr. Loosen winery.

Vermouth

This is a liquid I am always very keen on, being the base for Negroni or Martinis. I like the character it ads to a drink but have not yet thought of it with a Piña Colada. That was the point for me to say, you got to try it out at least. It turned out to be very tasty yet to sweet for my taste. Nevertheless I simply skipped one ingredient and took less of another. In the end that is just me and my taste. I find this recipe is synonymous for summer and the author served himself quite a few drinks so far for a lovely sundowner on the balcony.

Sometimes holidays can start so easily in your head while sipping this fruity liquid.

Piña Colada

for 2 persons

12 cl Belsazar Summer Riesling Edition
8 cl Fresh Pineapple Püree
4 cl Dark Rum
4 cl Coconut Cream
4 cl Coconut Water
1 cl Coconut Syrup

1. Mix all the ingredients with ice cubes in a cocktail shaker for 20 seconds.

Serving

200 g Pineapple
Nut Meg

2 Ice Balls

1. Cut out pearls from the pineapple and use the rest to blend to puree for the drink.

2. Skew the pineapple and grind some fresh nutmeg on top.

3. Put one ice ball in each glass and gently pour in the shaked drink.

4. Serve with the pineapple-nutmeg skewers.

pineapple
Belsazar Vermouth
coconut syrup
rum
coconut cream
coconut cream
vintage shaker
Pina Colada

Piña Colada

Für 2 Personen

12 cl Belsazar Summer Riesling Edition
8 cl Frisches Ananaspüree
4 cl Dunkler Rum
4 cl Kokoscreme
4 cl Kokoswasser
1 cl Kokossirup

1. Alle Zutaten in einem Cocktailshaker auf Eis kalt schütteln.

Servieren

200 g Ananas
Muskat

2 Eiskugeln

1. Aus der Ananas Perlen ausstechen und den Rest für das Ananaspüree im Drink benutzen.

2. Die Ananasperlen aufspießen und mit frisch geriebener Muskatnuss bestreuen.

3. Je eine Eiskugel in die Gläser geben und den gemixten Drink darübergeben.

4. Mit den Ananas-Muskatspießen servieren.

Pina Colada
Pina Colada
Pina Colada

To be complete about this topic, one can not mix this drink and not listen to this vintage gem.

Author

Ben Donath

Ben was born in 1980 and got first involved in the culinary industry at only 16 years old. He loves to cook simple yet in a distinctive way, traditional but contemporary with a strong focus on quality. His passion for photography made him start Eatery Berlin in 2016...ever since Ben hopes to inspire others through his work.

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