Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

This sweet, creamy drink is named after the long-winged seabirds that breed off the Pacific coast of South America. I found the recipe on the website. It uses a sugarcane-based liqueur called Cana Manabita that is produced in Ecuador. If you cannot find Cana Manabita, Brazilian Cachaca is a nice substitute. Or, as a third option, you could use a good-quality rum (though it won't produce exactly the same taste as either of the South American liqueurs). The datbase doesn't recognize Cana Manabita, so I hope I don't confuse anyone by the way I had to list that ingredient.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 56.69 g liquor (Cana Manabita, Cachaca or Rum)
  • 113.39 g pineapple juice
  • 14.17 g blue curacao
  • 28.34 g cream


  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender, and blend well.
  2. Pour into a curved glass or a wide-bowl wine glass.


Most Helpful

Nice fruity drink!! I made 1/2 of the recipe and did add a little more pineapple juice. Mine turned out to be almost greenish, but pretty!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT 7.

diner524 June 07, 2011

Thanks for another great drink NorthwestGal :) Very yummy and creamy. Made for Count Dracula and His Hot Bites for ZWT7

Boomette May 30, 2011

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