Tropicana JUST Released a Pina Colada Juice, and We Can’t Wait to Add Rum

Just in time for summer fun in the sun!

The weather is warmer—and we’re ready to dive right into summer. But not without a refreshing drink in hand.

Just imagine soaking up the sun on a tropical island with white sandy beaches or laying poolside with a pina colada. While we may not be able to make it out to the pool or a beautiful beach right this second, it’s suddenly very easy to make a pina colada at home.

Tropicana launched a brand-new Pina Colada flavor that’s begging for a bit of rum to be added to the mix!

What’s in the Pina Colada Juice?

This drink pairs the tanginess of pineapple with smooth coconut, and it’s definitely taking us to the tropics. It’s the perfect sipper on its own, but it should make a great mixer, too. Pina Colada with a shot or two of rum? Pure island vibes! Then, kick it up a notch by blending with ice and pouring your drink into a glass with a mini umbrella. You’ll feel like you’re on a tropical vacation in no time.

But Pina Colada isn’t the only new Tropicana flavor to hit grocery stores this summer. The juice brand has released three other mouth-watering options: Strawberry Kiwi Sunrise, Summer Berry Bliss and Caribbean Sunset.

Where Can I Find the New Flavors?

Like the rest of Tropicana’s line, these summer releases are available in 52-ounce bottles. You can find Pina Colada and Caribbean Sunset on sale at Kroger right now for about $2. But rumor has it we’ll be seeing the entire lineup of new releases at Albertsons, HyVee, Meijer, ShopRite, Giant Eagle and Harris Teeter in no time, so get ready for some summertime sips!

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Molly Allen
A former bakery owner and event planner, Molly is now a freelance writer and editor specializing in food and beverage, lifestyle and party planning. She brings her years of experience and industry knowledge to Taste of Home readers, drawing on her former life at the bakery to explain the difference between cake and yeast doughnuts, how to make blue velvet cake and how to salvage burnt cookies. When Molly isn’t baking, she keeps an eye on the latest food trends and kitchen gadgets, and enjoys cooking outdoors on smokers and pizza ovens.