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Country: France

Malibu is a clear coconut liqueur made from white rum, sugar and coconut flavors. Its alcohol content is 21%.

The product was conceived in the 1980s by English businessman Tom Jago, the man who also developed Bailey's Irish Cream.

The coconut liqueur was designed to simplify the production of piña coladas. The name probably refers to the city of Malibu in California (although this doesn't stop the company from giving its advertising campaigns a Caribbean feel). The brand has belonged to Pernod Ricard since 2005, and is manufactured in Germany.

Malibu is an ingredient in many cocktails. Rarely drunk neat, it is usually mixed with pineapple, orange, passion fruit or cherry juice, but sometimes with lemonade (e.g. Sprite).

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