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The perfect colada

Brenda's Perfect Colada


It's so easy...

All you do is get V-8 Splash! Smoothie Tropical Colada

Then you pour out to the first bottle line,

Then you refill with with Cpt Morgans spiced rum.

It's the best!!
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Been making Pina Coladas with the V-8 smotthies for about a year. I use Cruzan instead of the Captain but still very much preferred over the commercial mixes like T's and Island Oasis. I even drink the V-8 Smoothie without alcohol sometimes.
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That's nice...

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SOBE Blizzard makes a good one as well, but mix in a little mango
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Thanks BJ..

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These are all great ideas, especially on my daysailer where space is limited so a blender is out of the question.
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