Get ready for National Pina Colada Day

This Friday, lift your spirits and raise a glass to National Pina Colada Day. Duppy Share have put together an at-home kit so you can mix cool cocktails for your friends are your next (socially distant) gathering. Impress with a spicy twist on the party favourite.

Launched in London in 2015,  the Duppy Share has quickly grown to become the UK’s #1 selling premium rum brand.

According to the company, the brandwas founded to reflect the energy and excitement of the Caribbean and is named after the mischievous, rum-loving Duppies of Caribbean folklore. As such, it’s ideal for summer frolics and to beat the blues in these difficult times.

The kit includes The Duppy Share Spiced (70cl) – a new rum heroing flavours of pineapple and kola nut, 2 x ‘Duppy’ Gold Aluminum Cups, 1 x Frobisher’s Pineapple Juice, 1 x Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut and a handy recipe card to create your very own Spiced Piña Coladas.

The Duppy Share’s Home Piña Colada kit is available to purchase while stocks last via The Duppy Share website (www.theduppyshare.com/shop) for an RRP £35 incl. postage and packaging. What better way to celebrate the most tropical day of the year? 

Made using an expert blend of aged Caribbean rum from award-winning distilleries, The Duppy Share Spiced Rum is the ultimate party spirit and the perfect partner for a Spiced Piña Colada. So, if you like Piña Coladas… what are you waiting for?


50ml The Duppy Share Spiced

50ml Coco Lopez or Coconut Milk

100ml Frobisher’s Pineapple Juice

Crushed Ice

Squeeze of Lime

Pineapple to Garnish


Shake all ingredients together and serve over crushed ice, or blend all ingredients with ice

Garnish with a pineapple wedge

Share your cocktail creations online! Tag @TheDuppyShare in your Spiced Pina Colada pictures using #TheDuppyShareSpiced,



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