How To Make a 'Champagne Pina Colada'

This decadent hybrid cocktail is a great way to ring in 2019.
Coupette Champagne Colada

There's Champagne, and there's Pina Coladas, and never the twain shall meet. Until now. Hot London swillery Coupette has been serving up a hybrid of Champagne and Pina Colada called--what else?--the Champagne Pina Colada. 

If you've got some legit drinks-making chops and want to take your New Year's Eve party to the next level, why not try and whip up this frothy, freaky cocktail for your guests? Here's how:

Champagne Pina Colada

5/6 oz Havana Club 3 Year 

1/6 oz Trois Rivieres Blanc

2/3 oz Pineapple Juice

1/2 oz Champagne 

1 1/2 oz fresh pressed pineapple juice 

2 scoops of Coconut Sorbet (blend 6 oz of coconut milk and 6 oz of coconut water on medium speed until fully mixed then pour into an ice cream maker to chill and churn until desired consistency)

1 1/2 oz Champagne


Blend first six ingredients with a 4oz scoop of crushed ice (including the 1/2 oz of champagne) and pour into a chilled glass which has been pre-charged with the 1 1/2 oz of chilled champagne. Garnish with raw coconut or coconut flakes.

If you don't feel like making the Champagne Pina Colada yourself and won't be in London anytime soon, there's still hope. A Coupette bartender is making them at Diego bar at the Public Hotel in Manhattan through December 31.