Create your own Homemade Pineapple Rum with this easy recipe!

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When you’re making a new cocktail or an old favorite that calls for pineapple rum, skip the store-bought version and make your own. The flavor will be so much better, and this recipe is easy as one-two-three!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been infusing alcohol for years. I love a fruit- or herb-flavored liquor but often find that the ones available at the liquor store miss the mark. The flavor seems a bit manufactured or fake. (Spoiler alert: It probably is.)

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While you certainly can’t recreate every flavored liquor at home, there are several varieties that you can, and this Homemade Pineapple Rum is one of them.

As I said at the beginning of this post, the process is super simple, but it does take a little time.

Simply add freshly cut pineapple chunks to a jar, top it with a good white rum, and then let it soak for 1-2 weeks.

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That’s it!

Tips for making Homemade Pineapple Rum:

Use the best ingredients. Be sure to use a flavorful pineapple and a rum you enjoy on its own. The result of the infusion will only taste as good as the ingredients used.

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Allow the rum and pineapple to sit for at least a week. For the best flavor, I recommend two weeks.

Don’t like rum? Try vodka!

Before you know it, you’ll be sipping on some pineapple-inspired cocktails, feeling as though you’re at the beach. It doesn’t get better than that! Cheers!

Homemade Pineapple Rum:

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Homemade Pineapple Rum

Here's what you will need:
2 cups fresh pineapple, cut into small chunks
2 cups white rum

Place the pineapple chunks in a large, air-tight container. Pour the rum over the pineapple, covering it completely. Seal the container. Allow the pineapple to soak in the rum for 1-2 weeks. Lightly shake the container and turn it over every day or two.

After the infusion is complete, drain the liquor from the fruit. Store the infused liquor in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to three months.

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Want more pineapple-inspired recipes? Try these:

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That’s it, friends. I told you it was simple! Have you ever tried Homemade Pineapple Rum or any other infused spirits? What’s your favorite flavored liquor?

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  • Terri at

    Hi Michael –
    My all- time favorite is Sangria, but I made some homemade Limoncello with meyer lemons from my tree and some vodka, its pretty easy but your right, it sure tastes better than store bought. PIneapple Rum sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing the process.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Oooh! That’s such a good idea. I should try that! Thanks!

      xo Michael

  • Karen T at

    I love the picture of you and you’re mother! Thank you for the wonderful peach cobbler recipe and making them in the mini loaf pans. That’s very clever and a great idea. I have used mini pie plates before but there is something different about the loaf pans. Best regards for positive results in whats going on in your life right now,.

  • Jane at

    This sounds delicious. But, help me out here. Do you have any drink recipes to use with this flavored rum? I’m not much of a drinker (but, I want to be now) so I’m a little inexperienced in knowing what ratios of mixers to add to this rum.

      • Jane at

        Thanks so much. You’re the best!!

  • Tara at

    Should I soak the pineapple in the fridge or leave on the counter?

  • Rick at

    Can you eat the pineapple after the two weeks? 🙂

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You sure can! Or use it to make / garnish a cocktail. 🙂

      xo Michael

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