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Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

This pineapple prosecco cocktail is like your favorite mimosa fell in love with a fresh, ripe pineapple juice, and a shot of the ever-classy Kinky Blue Liqueur.

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

This prosecco concoction is a tropical, bubbly delight, and one that I’m sure is going to make an appearance or two at our next company retreat. A Mediavine teal cocktail is something we’ve been questing to perfect for a while, and I think I’m well on my way to finding the perfect one.

My love of the bubbly is new and profound, and I’m a little irritated at myself that I didn’t discover champagne and prosecco earlier in life. Fortunately, that leaves me all the opportunities now to make awesome drinks with them and share with you. You may have seen my Orange Creamsicle Mimosa for a crowd recently. You must check it out.

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

You’d be surprised how hard it is to find a good blue alcohol to use in these drinks. It is not easy.

Your first choice is Blue Curacao, which I cannot pronounce to save my life. And a big huge, “Thanks, a LOT, ya JERKS!” to all of my former customers at the eleventy bars I tended, which I always referred to this as “blue curr-rock-o”. Turns out that ISN’T right, and I’ve been half an idiot for all of my 35 years.

The next option is something called Hpnotiq, which I’m sure tastes good enough, in theory, but I really wanted to boycott because of the insane kre8tive spelling alone – but you guys it is BLUE, and remember? Blue alcohol is hard to find and my options are limited because I was a moron with horrible friends and customers who liked to hear me mispronounce things.

But the taste in reality? Not so much.

One time in Orlando my boss and my favorite coworker somehow got themselves into a situation where they had to drink a shot of this stuff, and uhhhh – this was the face they made after (not the same coworker but I know she’s on board with this example):

Granted, this wasn’t the ideal way to enjoy Hpnotiq. It wasn’t mixed into a fancy cocktail with a glow-in-the-dark stick inside to make it light up in the rave or a club that you are definitely too old to be in.

It wasn’t even chilled.

Warm hpnotiq is about as appealing as a hot jagermeister stew, in my book, which is why I somehow melted into the background and got out of this hot mess. Ahhh, Orlando. The memories, they are fond.

 

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

Speaking of Orlando, when I say we are a little obsessed with all things teal – I’m not kidding. Orlando was the debut of our Mediavine Giant Jenga set – coming to a city near you soon. This was made by Heather from Sugar Dish Me, one of our Mediavine Support rockstars, and her husband Chad from Wishon Works.

This was my favorite Jenga moment thus far – a crushing loss among teammates from Ryobi, playing a quick round of jenga during the Haven conference last month in Atlanta. Make sure to turn up the sound. It is worth it.

 

Playing an epic game of Giant Jenga with @ryobipowertools at #havenconf 🙌🏻

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So – back to the blue.

The last option for blue alcohol that I’ve found so far as been this Kinky liqueur. (WHY do all the blue alcohols have the names that are ridiculous or insane sounding??)

This Kinky liqueur is flavored with wild berry and “tropical” flavors, and though I wish I could use it but not name it – it actually tastes pretty good.

Especially mixed with prosecco and pineapple, and at least they spelled their brand name correctly, right? (Come on. I’m grasping here and justifying buying something, anything, titled, “Kinky”.)

My next experiment will be with non-alcoholic blue drinks, so get ready for some awesomely old-school cocktails made with blue raspberry kool-aid, cause I will totally go there.

If you are still thirsty, check out my ORANGE CREAMSICLE MIMOSA {FOR A CROWD}, the HOMEMADE PINA COLADA, and the FRESH CHERRY PINA COLADA, and my LEMONGRASS LEMON DROP RECIPE, all featured here on my site.

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

Pineapple Prosecco Cocktail

Yield: 1 serving
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This pineapple prosecco cocktail is like your favorite mimosa fell in love with a fresh, ripe pineapple juice, and a shot of the ever-classy Kinky Blue Liqueur.

Ingredients

  • 1 ounce Kinky liqueur
  • 1 ounce pineapple juice
  • 4 ounces prosecco

Instructions

  1. Mix and enjoy!
Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 70 Sodium: 8mg Carbohydrates: 4g Sugar: 4g
Nutrition data provided here is only an estimate. If you are tracking these things for medical purposes please consult an outside, trusted source. Thanks!
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Ellen Taylor

Friday 11th of August 2017

Hey Johnson, Although I don't like pineapple much more, but I'll surely try this cocktail because it looks interesting and hope it will be tasty too.

Heather @ Sugar Dish Me

Monday 7th of August 2017

This post makes me happy to infinity. First, because I am not the lone dumbass mispronouncing "Curacao" and second because I'm your favorite :D Also JENGA. TEAL JENGA. I'm really sorry all the blue liquors have stupid names. Maybe next time we can try playing with blueberry juice? I made teal Jell-O shots. So I'll see you at IFBC with those!