Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

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Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

Winters here in our seaside town can be harsh. I’m not exaggerating. The news trucks flock to our seaside town to see the flooding, the high tides, and the blizzards. This past winter was pretty mild BUT we did have lots of below freezing temperatures. I’d look out at our snow filled yard, our pool looking like a crater. I’d tell Luke, “I just want to sit by the pool and sip Piña Coladas.” Well, now that summer’s here I thought I’d make good on my word to mix up the best frozen Piña Coladas.

Have I ever told you that I grew up in a restaurant? I’m not sure I’ve shared this on the blog or not. My parents ran a lovely restaurant in an historic mansion for 10 years on Boston’s north shore. It was called Baldwin’s. My mom was the beautiful hostess, party planner, and interior designer. My dad the controller and amazing bartender. The funny thing was that my dad didn’t drink but was an AMAZING bartender. I grew up working there. I bussed tables, I waitressed, and finally I took over the bartending during the summer when my dad needed a break. Making these cocktails on Sunday reminded me of bartending with my dad.

Today marks the final installment of the Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend . We’re all sharing summer cocktails. See all the links at the bottom of this post.

I love mixing up cocktails when we have friends over or just to make it feel like we’re on vacation in our own backyard. If you want this vibe my classic frozen Piña Coladas work like a charm. I was instantly transported to St. John or Bermuda right here in Scituate

Classic Frozen Piña Coladas

Your friends will love classic frozen piña coladas to enjoy by the pool!

> If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain

> If you’re not into yoga, if you have half a brain

> If you like making love at midnight, in the dunes of the cape

> I’m the love that you’ve looked for, write to me, and escape

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