Pineapple wedge

Pineapple Wedge is a wedge cut from a pineapple, which is a big juicy tropical fruit consisting of aromatic edible yellow flesh covered by tough segmented skin and crowned with a tuft of stiff leaves. Pineapple wedges are in use to garnish some tropical cocktails.

Eating a few slices of fresh pineapple a day can protect your body from harmful free radicals and disease, increase your energy intake and boost metabolism, nourish your hair, skin, nails, and teeth, generally a healthy habit.

Pineapples are rich in flavonoids and phenolic acids, two antioxidants that guard your cells against free radicals that can cause chronic disease. More studies are needed, but bromelain has also been linked to decreased the risk of cancer.

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Pina Colada

The piña colada is a cocktail made with rum, cream of coconut or coconut milk, and pineapple juice, usually served either blended or shaken with ice. It may be garnished with either a pineapple wedge, maraschino cherry, or both. There are two versions of the drink, both originating in Puerto Rico. The Piña Colada debuted in 1952, when it was first mixed by Ramon Marrero Perez, the head barman at the Caribe Hilton in Old San Juan.

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The Queens Cocktail is a gin-based cocktail similar to the Perfect Martini( with the addition of pineapple juice and occasionally lemon juice). Is also similar to the popular Bronx, which contains orange juice rather than pineapple. The first apparition traces back to 1930, in Harry Craddock's Savoy Cocktail Book, and is named after New York city's five boroughs.

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Batida is a Brazilian cocktail made with the national alcoholic drink cachaça. Cachaça is Brazil’s official spirit and top-selling liquor which it is essentially a rum made with pure sugar cane. In Portuguese, batida denotes shaken or milkshake. It is made with cachaça, fruit juice (or coconut milk), and sugar. It can be blended or shaken with ice. The most used fruit in a Batida are lemon, passion fruit and coconut.