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Photo by Alex Martinez

Spring break is around the corner. Before we know it, flowers will bloom as Bellingham gets warmer. Pineapple Paloma is a flavorful drink that will add to the brightness of springtime.

Photo by Alex Martinez


1 pineapple

1 package of pineapple juice (3 oz.)

1 ounce Tequila (your choice)

Grapefruit Soda (your choice) fill up until cup is full

2 Limes


Tajin (Mexican chile powder. You can find this at any Mexican store.)



Photo by Alex Martinez

Step 1: Cut the pineapple into circles and then into four pieces as seen in the picture.

Step 2: Place the pineapple pieces in a container and soak with a ½ cup  of tequila.

Step 3: In a small plate place side to side the salt and tajin.

Step 4: Wet the rim of the cups with a piece of pineapple, then place the cups upside down to smear it with salt and tajin.

Step 5: Add ice to the cup, then the pineapple juice. Squeeze half a lime, add a ½ cup of tequila and the grapefruit soda.

Step 6: Sprinkle tajin on a side of the cut pineapple and place it on the cup.
Enjoy your break and cheers!


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