Firstly, take a bowl and place this on a flat, cleared counter space. Pour the two cups of water into this bowl, and then add in the pineapple jelly mix. Stir this into the water with a spoon, and keep mixing until all the jelly has been completely dissolved. This will lend the pineapple flavour to your drink.
Next, pour the pineapple mixture into your blender along with the yogurt, condensed milk, chopped pineapple chunks, fresh cream, desiccated coconut, and coconut essence. Before you pour all this in, however, make sure your blender is absolutely clean – any residual flavours from your last use, particularly if they are strong or spicy, will taint the flavour of your piña colada and ruin it completely.
Now, simply turn the blender on, and pulse all the ingredients together for approximately one and a half minute. By the end of the blending, all the ingredients should be thoroughly incorporated, and tiny flecks of pineapple should be spread out evenly throughout the entire batch.
Pour the prepared drink into a pitcher, put it in fridge and chill. Before serving, add a dollop of fresh cream on top. You can either serve the entire pitcher and have everyone pour their own drinks, or serve the piña colada in individual serving glasses to begin with – if you opt for the latter, you can garnish each glass with a pineapple chunk, and/or a maraschino cherry.