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Pina Ghoulada

Dip the rim of each glass into the red mixture, spinning slowly to coat. Turn glasses upright; the red liquid will drip, then set. Drinkers' lips may be stained pink -- much like those of a vampire.

  • servings: 12

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Ingredients

FOR THE "BLOOD"

  • 3 tablespoons corn syrup
  • 1/4 teaspoons red food coloring

FOR THE DRINK

  • 20 ounces pineapple juice
  • 1 can (15 ounces) cream of coconut
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 10 ounces good-quality rum

Directions

  1. Step 1

    Pour the corn syrup in a shallow bowl. Dip a toothpick into the food coloring, and stir a very small amount into the syrup to combine. Hold a glass by the stem, dip rim into the syrup mixture, and turn glass, coating entire rim. Turn the glass upright, allowing mixture to drip down sides. Dip the remaining glasses. Set aside.

  2. Step 2

    Whisk together drink ingredients. Place 2 1/2 cups ice in a blender, and add 1 cup drink mixture. Blend until smooth; add more pineapple juice if mixture is too thick. Repeat with remaining ice and mixture. Carefully pour into prepared glasses; serve.

Source
Martha Stewart Living Special Issues, 2000

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Reviews (16)

  • 15 Oct, 2008

    what kind of rum did anyone choose

  • 15 Oct, 2008

    what kind of rum did anyone choose

  • 6 Oct, 2008

    i can't wait to make this our party
    I think i'll try making a batch with out the rum for the kids
    just more juice.

  • 6 Oct, 2008

    i can't wait to make this our party
    I think i'll try making a batch with out the rum for the kids
    just more juice.

  • 5 Oct, 2008

    This would look great with a grasshopper also.

  • 5 Oct, 2008

    This would look great with a grasshopper also.

  • 5 Oct, 2008

    JaymieR - just leave out the rum and then up either the OJ or pineapple juice content to maintain the desired thickness. (you can follow a similar technique for any alcoholic beverage to make it non-alcoholic)

  • 5 Oct, 2008

    JaymieR - just leave out the rum and then up either the OJ or pineapple juice content to maintain the desired thickness. (you can follow a similar technique for any alcoholic beverage to make it non-alcoholic)

  • 30 Sep, 2008

    These look amazing! I'm definitely making these for Halloween! You cold also use green food coloring to look like toxic slime!

  • 30 Sep, 2008

    These look amazing! I'm definitely making these for Halloween! You cold also use green food coloring to look like toxic slime!

  • 30 Sep, 2008

    These look amazing! I'm definitely making these for Halloween! You cold also use green food coloring to look like toxic slime!

  • 30 Sep, 2008

    These look amazing! I'm definitely making these for Halloween! You cold also use green food coloring to look like toxic slime!

  • 7 Aug, 2008

    I made these for my Twilight Themed Summer Party and they were a big hit! I can't wait to make these again for Hallowe'en.

  • 7 Aug, 2008

    I made these for my Twilight Themed Summer Party and they were a big hit! I can't wait to make these again for Hallowe'en.

  • 21 Jul, 2008

    I would love to see non-alcoholic versions of many of these drinks. Those of us who choose not to drink alcohol still enjoy fancy drinks. Thanks!

  • 21 Jul, 2008

    I would love to see non-alcoholic versions of many of these drinks. Those of us who choose not to drink alcohol still enjoy fancy drinks. Thanks!