Malibu Original Carribean Rum
Flavored Rum /21% ABV / Barbados
- Flavored Rum
Let Malibu Original transport you to the tropics – where it’s always summertime and the smooth, sweet taste of coconut liqueur feels like liquid sunshine. Crafted from Caribbean sugarcane and pure water then aged for two years in oak barrels, Malibu Original is perfect for celebrating beach-side with friends or throwing a pool-party for one. This rich, flavorful blend of sweet coconut and island rum is Summer’s favorite sidekick and the star of any tropical cocktail. Blend Malibu with berries for a dreamy daiquiri, keep your cocktail simple with cola, or pour in pineapple and coconut cream to craft your favorite piña colada.View all products by MalibuCalifornia Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING
No other liqueur screams "island getaway" such as Malibu Rum, and this coconut-flavored spirit has been transporting rum aficionados to the Caribbean for decades. Malibu hails from Barbados, where it still gets much of its island flavor today.
If you're looking for a rum with serious history to back it up, you're in the right place. This 42-proof rum first entered the scene in 1893, and its recipe has remained largely unchanged for more than a century. It's made with Caribbean sugarcane and pure water; then it's aged to perfection in oak barrels. After about two years, master distillers mix the rum with coconut extract to produce the island flavor you know and love.
It only takes one sip to fall for Malibu Original Coconut Rum. This Caribbean rum boasts a smooth body, ample coconut notes and a sweet finish.
Malibu was originally made with Piña Coladas in mind, so mixing it into one of these island-themed drinks is the perfect way to enjoy this rum. Of course, that's not the only way to sip it. Escape to the Caribbean with a Malibu Beach House, a Malibu Bay Breeze or a Tropic Swizzle. Get classy with a Coconut Mint Collins, a Malibu Bellini or a Silver Angel.
No matter how you choose to enjoy it, be sure to buy Malibu Rum online through Drizly first. Cheers!