By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor
They say it’s Grand Cayman’s best piña colada. So you know I had to try it.
Made from a combination of Myers’s dark rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk AND coconut ice cream, the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman’s version isn’t agitated in a blender, mixed in a shaker, or, God forbid, poured from a carton of pre-made mix. Instead it’s dispensed from a soft-serve ice cream machine that sits behind the bar at the resort’s poolside restaurant, Bar Jack.
My verdict after the first ice-cold slurp: Really rummy, deliciously sweet, and a potent refresher on a sweltering day.
But is it the best pina colada you can find on Grand Cayman?
Once I’ve worked my way through the rest of the island’s beach bars, I’ll let you know.