1 1⁄2 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse
1 1⁄2 oz Pineapple juice
1⁄2 oz Lime juice
1 spg Mint (as garnish)
Instructions

Add all ingredients to a blender and add ice (about 5-6 regular-sized cubes, cracked). Blend until smooth, and pour into a glass or tiki mug.

Garnish: mint sprig.

Notes

Start with less ice, add more if needed.

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Erick Castro, Polite Provisions, San Diego, California (USA)
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Comments

mako commented on 8/23/2020:

This is the same concept as the Chartreuse Colada.The Branca Menta will add mintiness (in the other drink) is a nice choice although that is probably up to taste. The presence of lime (in this drink) improves this (and other) Piña Coladas so keep that. The Coco López is the traditional choice (IMHO) is often better than trying to make your own coconut cream although often a combination of CL and CM/CC leads to the best results.

Since I don't know what "a standard sized" ice cube is, my suggestion would be to use about 6 oz of ice (by weight).