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In the 1950's in Puerto Rico, a man named Don Ramon Lopez-Irazzy came up with a delicious homogenized cream made from coconut. The product became known as Coco Lopez cream of coconut, and it was used for tropical dishes and desserts. But the best was yet to come. In 1957 Ramon Marrero, a bartender at Puerto Rico's Caribe Hilton, combined coconut cream with rum, pineapple juice and ice in a blender to create this famous drink. Victor Bergeron (Trader Vic) borrowed Marrero's recipe in his later cocktail books and called it the Bahia. The trick to making a great Pina Colada is to use both light and dark rum, a dash of bitters and a little double cream, which creates a drink with a much more complex flavour.
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Serving Size: 1 (347 g)
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