July 10th is National Pina Colada Day, put the rum in the coconut and shake it all up! Whether you're on a beach enjoying the sunshine on your face, or at home after a long day of work, you can kick up your feet and celebrate in style . . .

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  • July 10th: National Pina Colada Day

    July 10th is National Pina Colada Day, put the rum in the coconut and shake it all up! Whether you're on a beach enjoying the sunshine on your face, or at home after a long day of work, you can kick up your feet and celebrate in style with this wide range of Pina Colada recipes ranging from traditional frozen pina coladas to pina colada salad!
    Happy National Pina Colada Day!
    While the origin of National Pina Colada day isn't known, the term "Pina Colada" means "strained pineapple", in spanish. It is rumored that Pina Coladas originated in San Juan, Puerto Rico where a traditional Pina Colada consists of strained pineapple
    juice, light rum and coconut cream mixed together and poured over crushed ice.

    Here are a few Pina Colada Recipes to help you celebrate this fun day:



    What is your favorite way to enjoy the flavors of a Pina Colada?



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