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Smirnoff Sourced Pineapple Coconut*Packaging may vary

Smirnoff Sourced Pineapple Coconut

Malt Liquor /30% ABV / United States

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Product details

Category
Malt Liquor
Region
United States
ABV
30%
Suggested Glassware
Pint Glass
Suggested Serving Temperature
35-40° F

Product description

Whether you sip it on the rocks or with soda and a twist, Smirnoff Sourced Pineapple is the perfect addition to a cocktail party. Our 60 proof vodka is infused with real pineapple fruit juice for a lush and tropical taste. Triple distilled and 10 times filtered, our pineapple specialty spirit is smooth enough to be taken alone or to add a sweet kick to your favorite mixed drink. Simply add tonic water and pour over ice for a refreshing tasting mixed drink. Includes one 60 proof 750 mL bottle of Smirnoff Sourced Pineapple. Please drink responsibly.

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  • DEBRA
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    This is perfect for when I'm in the mood for a Pina colada but don't want to have to mix it or I'm on the go. Great for parties.

  • Natalia
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    My favorite!!!

  • carolina O.
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    So so yummy. Flavor was so smooth and refreshing

  • Danielle
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    Very good and cold

  • Grammysims

    I think I found my new favorite drink. First time I’ve had it. Refreshing, fruity and smooth. I popped it into the freezer and made a slushy, so good.

  • Ruth
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    Delicious and refreshing! This is great on its own but also great with coconut rum and seltzer, with tequila and triple sec as a twist on Margaritas or with mint and rum for a bit sweeter but still refreshing mojito and I'm sure you could come up with more cocktail ideas for this delicious tropical beverage!

  • Stephanie Nuinez

    I am in LOVE! Not just regular love, but summertime pineapple coconut CRAZY in LOVE!!! This has been a bummer summer with the current pandemic, but this drink... oh this girl right here is brilliant!!! She's light, she's the right kind of pineapple mixed with the coco-nuttiest coconut.

FAQs

Anyone who has attended college in the last decade or so is no doubt familiar with one of the most recognized malt liquors — Smirnoff Ice; an internet meme inspired a viral game called “icing” in which an unsuspecting partygoer discovers a hidden Smirnoff Ice and then must immediately drink the whole bottle. Like Smirnoff Ice, Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Four Loko, Malt liquors are a college party staple, mainly because of their affordability, high alcohol content and dozens of flavors. Despite its name, malt liquor is not, in fact, a liquor, rather, brewers craft malt liquor varieties using a near-identical process to beer; the main difference is the increased addition of sugars, lending to the malt liquor’s high ABV.
There isn’t really a one-size-fits-all answer when describing a malt liquor’s taste profile; while malted barley serves as the beverage’s base, the malt characteristics are mostly stripped out, leaving a pretty neutral, albeit sweet, spirit. Malt liquor brewers then lean on the residual sugars and imbue all kinds of fruit flavors into the final products, stocking shelves with names like Pomegranate Fusion, Green Apple Bite and Arctic Berry. There are some more mild malt liquor staples, including the popular Mickey’s or Colt 45s, that stay truer to their beer cousins; these varieties still deliver on sweetness but maintain some bitterness and grain flavor.
In the mid-20th century, brewers sought to compete with the more popular liquor market of the times; by filtering a beer’s malted barley base and increasing the sugar content (through additives like corn, rice and straight-up sugar), they were able to craft a product with a much higher ABV than the standard American beers. Today, most malt liquors fall between 5-9% alcohol by volume, with some even reaching the double digits. It’s not always the case though; several of the better-known brands, like Smirnoff Ice and Mike’s Hard Lemonade, are more similar to the classic American lagers, reporting slightly lower alcohol contents between 4-5%.
If you’re opting for one of the party-favorite malt liquors, like a can of 14% ABV Blue Razz Four Loko, the proper food pairing is likely a handful of Cool Ranch Doritos; but seriously, there are some tips to finding foods that pair well with malt liquor. Stay away from some of the more wildly flavored options, and instead select a mild malt liquor like Mickey’s. Malt liquors present with a distinct sweetness, but are otherwise not too complex; these characteristics allow you to sample foods that possess plenty of flavor on their own, most notably oysters and other briny shellfish.
In many cases, malt liquor is preferably enjoyed directly from the can or bottle (or the 40-ounce bottle many of these beverages are known for), but that doesn’t mean you can’t class it up for your next soiree. Treat malt liquor like you would any light lager — opt for a standard, 16-ounce pint glass with a nice wide rim (maybe even consider placing your glasses in the freezer first). Malt liquor should always be served chilled, which improves its drinkability; generally, if you serve malt liquor super-cold, it’s not only refreshing but will also negate some of the overwhelming sweet qualities in the brew.
Because nutritional content varies dramatically depending on a beverage’s ABV, the range for malt liquor is pretty wide, not to mention that many of them are sold in gigantic portions. A 12-ounce bottle of Smirnoff Ice, at just 4.5% ABV contains about 220 calories and 26 grams of carbohydrates; compare this to a 14% ABV Four Loko which contains closer to 400 calories per 12-ounce serving (though the standard can is closer to two full servings). If you’re seeking a lighter option, veer away from the brands with all the candy-like flavors; more mild malt liquors like Mickey’s, at 5.6% ABV, have just 160 calories and 11 grams of carbohydrates per 12-ounce bottle.
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