If you don't know what to expect from Piña Colada, please go to a bar that serves them so that you can truly understand what the target is. Unless you're not 21. Or refrain from alcohol for other reasons. In that case...
It's pineappley and coconuty and just all around tropicaly. It tastes like a nice day near the water with some yacht rock playing in the background. You've got some nice shades on and you're probably wearing little enough to enjoy the feel of the sun on your skin but also probably have on something light and breezy to keep from getting sunburned. There's gentle laughter and a sense of warm goodwill coursing through your brain.
And since Ruby's doesn't have a liquor license you don't need to worry about the hangover that can attend enjoying the frozen drink a little too much.
Now on the topic of yacht rock... yes, there is THAT SONG. Maybe you like it. Maybe you don't. I can tell you that I never really gave it much thought until I ran the risk of seeing and/or hearing the words "piña colada" on a daily basis. I can only offer the following in response:
Yes, I do like them.
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