Total Time
4mins
Prep 4 mins
Cook 0 mins

Like many daiquiris, a pineapple daiquiri might be too sweet for some people. Ginger adds heat and cuts the sweetness, so the drink has a more complex flavor and a spicy, warming bite. It also helps calm your stomach, later, if you’ve had too many. Add the ginger to your taste – remember, the fresher the ginger, the hotter the flavor. From Temple of Thai website.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix all the ingredients together in a blender. Pour into large wine glasses and serve. Paper umbrellas optional!
Most Helpful

Yum yum yum! The food editor of my local paper saw a pic of these, posted on my FB page, and said "Pineapple AND booze? Heck yeah!" I was flattered, as you should be momaphet! Thanks for sharing a lovely cocktail for the tour!

alligirl August 26, 2013

Yum!! We loved this refreshing, tropical daiquiri!! It goes together very quickly and goes down very smoothly. I used 1 tsp. grated ginger and that was perfect for us. We didn't think the drink was too sweet, it was just right. Made for ZWT9 SE Asia for The Apron String Travelers.

Bayhill August 25, 2013

Mmmmm.....very tasty! Loved the fresh ginger. Very sippable cocktail! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Lucky in Bayview April 22, 2014