Grilled Pineapple Lemonade

Here is a fun twist on a summertime favorite, Grilled Pineapple Lemonade. Adding the pineapple gives the drink a more complex flavor and softens the sour flavor profile that can sometimes be overwhelming. As an added twist, grilling the pineapple lends a slightly smokey taste, making it an ideal mixer for a tequila or mezcal-based adult concoction.

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Yields12 Servings
 6 oz fresh pineapple, sliced
 4 cups hot water
 3 tbsp granulated sugar
 4 lemons
1

Heat your grill to about 400 Degrees.

2

Cook pineapple until dark char marks appear. Set aside to cool.

3

Use a stovetop or electric kettle to heat up water. In a pitcher, combine sugar and hot water, stir until sugar dissolves.

4

Place grilled pineapple and the juice from 4 lemons into a blender. Blend until smooth.

5

Pour pineapple mixture through a fine-mesh strainer into the pitcher with the sugar mixture.

6

Stir until well blended, add ice and enjoy!

Notes
7

Make sure your grilled pineapple is cooled before blending.

Ingredients

 6 oz fresh pineapple, sliced
 4 cups hot water
 3 tbsp granulated sugar
 4 lemons

Directions

1

Heat your grill to about 400 Degrees.

2

Cook pineapple until dark char marks appear. Set aside to cool.

3

Use a stovetop or electric kettle to heat up water. In a pitcher, combine sugar and hot water, stir until sugar dissolves.

4

Place grilled pineapple and the juice from 4 lemons into a blender. Blend until smooth.

5

Pour pineapple mixture through a fine-mesh strainer into the pitcher with the sugar mixture.

6

Stir until well blended, add ice and enjoy!

Notes
7

Make sure your grilled pineapple is cooled before blending.

Grilled Pineapple Lemonade

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