Homemade Pineapple Rum#Improv

Since many of the imported liquor/liqueurs are so costly online, so I, love infusing alcohol, have made Homemade Limoncello, and this was a hit among my friends, made the Homemade Pineapple Rum too and this is a huge hit.
Although I am a social drinker, have it at a party or wedding celebrations, love making liquor infusions. This Homemade Pineapple Rum requires just 2 ingredients, one large pineapple and white rum, the process is super simple. Add freshly cut pineapple chunks/slices to a jar, top it with white rum, and then let it soak for 2 or 3 weeks, I soaked it for 3 weeks.

1 Whole Fresh Pineapple - cut into small chunk or thin slices
750 Ml White Rum

Place the pineapple chunks/slices in a large, air-tight jar. 
Pour the rum over the pineapple, covering it completely. Seal the jar.
Allow the pineapple to soak in the rum for 2 - 3 weeks. Keep the jar in the pantry shelf. Lightly shake the jar and turn it over every day or alternate days.
After the infusion is complete, strain the liquor from the fruit.
I, started to strain then realized that, had, not taken a pic, so this half jar.
Store the infused liquor in an air-tight jar/bottle in the refrigerator for up to three months.
Enjoy this chilled, this is super delicious!!
Check this space to see the recipes for how I used this infusion.

Labels: Cocktail, Pineapple, Rum, Homemade, Improv Cooking Challenge, International Cuisine  
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    Sneha's Recipe
    Sneha's Recipe

    Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


    1. This is a wonderful recipe Sneha. Do you keep it refrigerated while it is infusing or leave it in the pantry?

      1. While infusing leave it in the pantry shelf. Once strained then refrigerate it.

    2. That looks beautiful! I might have to try it.

    3. Sounds amazing! I love the idea of infusing and would love to try.