Malibu Strawberry 70cl

£18.00 £25.71 per litre
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Malibu Strawberry has an ABV of 21% and comes in a 70cl bottle. Bursting with a sweet and smooth strawberry flavour, Malibu Strawberry is a liquid that reflects ripe, juicy and refreshing sweet strawberries in aroma and taste. It is best served in a strawberry daiquiri cocktail or with lemonade as a simple serve. This strawberry flavoured liqueur is a perfect gift for all special occasions such as birthdays, mothers day, and can be especially enjoyed in the summer months, due to its fruity flavour

It all began in London 1978, when a leading spirits industry entrepreneur was introduced to a light, coconut-flavored rum drink by a friend who had brought it back from a trip to South Africa.

It was called Coco Rico and they were amazed by its rich flavors and unique taste. The potential was clear - it tasted like summer in a bottle and it needed to be brought to the wider world. Coco Rico soon became Malibu, and so the sunshine story began...

Over 40 years later, Malibu is one of the world's leading flavored spirits brands, used in iconic cocktails such as the Piña Colada and the Daquiri.


Made with White Rum and Strawberry Flavour



Preparation and Usage

The Refreshing Taste of Summer!
Malibu Strawberry Lemonade
Strawberry, 2/3 Lemonade, 1/3 Malibu strawberry

Malibu Strawberry Daiquiri
Strawberry, 2/3 Malibu strawberry, 1/3 Fresh lime juice, Splash of sugar syrup, Muddle 3-4 fresh strawberries
Shake & strain into coupe

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Pernod Ricard UK Ltd.,
Chiswick Park,
W4 5YG,
United Kingdom.

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Pernod Ricard UK Ltd.,
Chiswick Park,
W4 5YG,
United Kingdom.

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Malibu Strawberry Daiquiri

2/3 Malibu Strawberry
1/3 Fresh Lime Juice
Splash of Sugar Syrup
3-4 Fresh Strawberries muddled
Strawberry to Garnish

Why not add some sparkle and serve with alongside a shot of prosecco?