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 PIÑA COLADA It's inspired by our surfing travels through Latin American culture and art.
Each product is unique, full of colors and just as passionate as the local people of Latin America.



We believe in Latin America and because we know its history, we are certain a new time of splendor is yet to come. Our mission in PIÑA COLADA is to show the world Latin America;'s culture and art and to make our small contribution to Latin America's economy. 



Each of our product is unique and made in Latin America. We work hand to hand directly with small producers or small distributor of many different countries to bring you a collection of accessories inspired by Latin America culture and art.


Everything started with a trip, a motorbike trip thru Central America.

On December 2016 Jamie and Urda were ready for some rest of their long hours office jobs, decided to fly to Mexico, bought a second hand 200cc motorbike and started a trip that's changed their lives.

From Mexico DF, and without a destination, their trip begun in the Mexican roads. Their soul took them south to Puebla and Oaxaca until they reach the coast of Puerto Escondido. By then they were already very impressed with the people, the culture and their arts, but also by the poverty and underdevelopment of the more rural areas.

Some light was sparkling in their heads and they knew something important was going to come out of that trip.

They bought a surfboard and continuing south, their trip took them to San Cristobal de las Casas, this incredible town was the trigger they need it. Completely in love with the city and their handcrafts, they decided to start gathering all the contacts of all the small local sellers and craftsmen they encountered along the trip.

Their trip continue to Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras and Costa Rica, and in their way they kept the mission of meeting local craftsmen and collecting their contact information.

Back to Taiwan and with all that gathered information, PIÑA COLADA project started……