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I use it as s mixer with Bacardi Coconut and coke. It has a strong flavor that really gives you that Caribbean feel.
I like the pineapple rum mixed with orange juice, coconut rum and peach schnapps. Not something I would drink straight or as a sipper.
I don't know much about alcohol. For instance I like sweet white wine like Pinot Grigio and I once had Christian Brothers Brandy and it felt like awful fire from mouth all the way down my throat. On my bottle of this it states 21 percent alcohol, that's it! But no ingredients, no sugar content. How much sugar is in it? What the heck is in it if not alcohol! I'm new to alcohol but on a diet and need to know. How can this not be on the information label?? I couldn't find the Banana flavor I sampled at a Caribbean airport so I tried this pineapple and it is super sweet. Maybe that is why it is so cheap??
Single use. Makes a great rum punch. Not uses for anything else.
Cruzan Pineapple has nothing to do with aged rums. It is just a sugar overload liquor masked as a Caribbean rum to tourists. The pineapple flavor is very artificial and overpowering sugar just smashes you straight in the face. My suggestion is to skip the entire Cruzan lineup altogether.
Not too sweet with a mild pineapple flavor. easy to sip or mix
Very cheap and worth more in my books, very flavorful and great for a not so powerful rum.
One of the better pineapple rums, really goes great with anything coconut. You know.....keeping it tropical.
I love pineapple but pineapple rum just doesnt quite do it for me. I would rather have the mango or banana cruzan.
its a typical mix drink rum nothing to fancy good for vodoo juice
You might try to mix it with Curacao or fresh pineapple juice. . As a pure sipper its synthetic and not the way i expected
This one is a bit harsh for me as far as flavored rums go. Definitely not on par with coconut, mango, or guava from Cruzan.
I don't drink this straight up, actually is never hits my glass, but we use it for fruit desert enhancements and ice cream toppings. Guest will have it as an after dinner liqueur and they find it tasty but a little syrup like.