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Malibu Coconut Rum is distilled from fermented molasses and blended with coconut and sugar. The brand is owned by one of the world's largest spirits producers, Pernod Ricard.
Currently produced in Canada, Malibu Coconut rum was originally made in Curaçao from fruit spirits flavored with coconut and rum. The original recipe was developed as a shortcut for bartenders making Piña Coladas, however today the stands on its own.
Not a real rhum (half the alcohol) but tastes very sweet/good/coconut for drinks. Not for sipping !
Very nice rum, good to drink straight or with Coke as the coconut does make it quite smooth. Definitely an easy drinker.
Got to be in the mood for this one. Goes down easy - too easy. Dangerous because of the desire to drink quickly.
Not amazing. Fair in a fruity or soft drink cocktail. Not so much with ice, water, soda or by itself.
I wouldn't buy it, but some of the ladies love it, so it remains in the cabinet.
The hype for this rum is so much higher than it is worth. I wouldn't use this as a main rum in any mixed drink, but would suggest instead to use it as a splash. If you are making a tropical mixed drink, do it the way you want, and add a splash of malibu. It will help wake it up. For me, I sometimes use it to add a splash to my rum and sprite.
Für mich hat Malibu nichts mit echtem Rum zu tun und finde er gehört hier auch nicht her.
I like it in drinks, but not straight up, it needs to be mixed.
ce n'es pas vraiment du rhum pour moi...
juste un petit plaisir que je consommais entres amis avant, dans ma jeunesse.
et même si je n'en consomme plus depuis longtemps, j'en ai un bon souvenir.
I won't compare this to an actual rum, but for the coconut-drink that it is, it tastes strangely refreshing, with a clear strong coconut scent and flavour. Great for mixers.
In college my sophomore year right before I could legally drink I recall Malibu and Coke was my standby. Ah those were the days. It may be a quasi rum and a weak one at that, but few bring back memories like Malibu and dreams of a tropical sunset :)
I only use it in sugary drinks for mixers. I would never sip it or drink it regularly.
Jeg er og bliver vild med Malibu, som jeg første gang smagte på en Bar i Rønne på Bornholm.
Jeg nyder den helst med Seven Up, eller også Straight Up.
Begge dele er for mig en stor nydelse!
Duft: Du er ikke i tvivl om at det netop er kokus
Smag: Nyd den i stue temperatur eller med Seven Up, der smager den
Jeg har fået købt lidt forskelligt ind, så nu går den store rom jagt i gang :)
Hvad er BEDST!
(Jeg er og bliver nok til Long-drinks!)
Edit: Har måttet revidere min bedømning og gået fra 8 til 5 flasker
Den er en kende for sød til mig i dag.
Great to use in sweet tropical drinks that aren't complex just straight up sweet and easy to guzzle
Terrible taste is masked nicely by coconut flavouring. Cheap and crummy.
I dont really consider this a rum but it still is, as for my rating its at the lower end with other spiced and flavoured rums. Do injoy this on a beach in the Sun
der er ikke så meget rom over det, men hvis man tager det for hvad det er, så er den jo fantastisk til eksotiske drinks.
All purpose can't go wrong and nice in a mixed drink
Good for cocktails, tropical taste. I like with batida coconut, milk, on the rocks.
This is nice for first time drinkers, or light mixers
What to say, with sprite, one bottle is not enough. But this is not really a rum, this is Malibu (if you know, what I mean?)
Un melange sympa mais écœurant, utile pour faire des cocktails.
It is an okay mixer but otherwise I am not sure it could be called a rum...
But it's pretty good.
Delidelicate 18% alcohol with a slight sweet taste. Smell is definitely the biggest advantage of Malibu but it's not enough.
Great to drink with milk but it's light alcohol...
Cette boisson, qui n'est pas un rhum, n'a rien à faire dans le classement de RumRatings.
Pas bon, et de toute façon hors compétition...
Malibu Coconut rum review by The Ultimate Rum Guide