Posted by: kauaikolea2 | December 22, 2011

Pineapple Vodka/Pineapple Cosmo — How Hawaiian is That?


Sunset Magazine published a quick recipe for pineapple vodka and a pineapple cosmo in the January 2012 issue and also on their Web site.  The recipe is very quick — simply cut up 1 1/2 lb pineapple, put in a jar, cover with 1 1/2 cups vodka, cover, and chill for 5 days to 3 weeks. You can use the pineapple vodka to make a pineapple cosmopolitan, which would be great for New Year’s Eve parties.  The recipe is 3 parts pineapple vodka, 1 part triple sec, a squeeze of 1/2  lime, and a splash of cranberry juice.  The drink looks like a Kauai sunset, golden and tinged with pink. Here on island, we have access to fresh, juicy pineapples, so the pineapple vodka would be spectacular, don’t you think?  But even mainlanders would have a treat making the vodka with pineapples from Hawaii.  What a great way to greet the new year!

Wishing you all Hau’oli Makahiki Hou (Happy New Year)!

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