Malibu Rum flavors and variations

Although the most known and drank variation is Malibu Coconut Rum, the market also offers other Malibu Rum flavors for that fans to enjoy in their hot days. Therefore, here is what you could encounter when heading to buy some liqueur from a liqueur store:

Malibu Lime was produced and sold only until 2003 due to its lack of popularity in France and Jamaica. As the title says, its major flavor was Lime.

Malibu Pineapple Rum – higher number of calories and carbs than the coconut rum. Lower alcohol volume – 20% – makes this a very easy to drink rum. If the coconut version seems to sweet, the pineapple one could do the trick. Rum taste is not so prominent though…

Malibu Tropical Banana Rum – mix banana flavor with white rum and you have this brilliant drink, yummy!

Malibu Passion Fruit Rum – this one seems the most disappointing, while when drinking it it’s like discovering a new children drink. So, so sweet…

Malibu Mango Rum – when opened, thoughts fly to tropics instantly! Of course, its taste is sweet, but predominant notes are given by mango, apricot and citrus. 69 calories, no fats or carbs.

Malibu Island Melon Rum – yea, right, I’ll stick to the original coconut one.

As you see, there are actual 6 variations of Malibu Rum, but in the end, it all depends on a person’s taste. Which one do you prefer most and why?

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  1. Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

  2. I tried some Choolate rum when we were in the Virgin Islands reently. Do you know what ompany makes it or where I can find it?

  3. hello a friend of mine just came back from Barbabados and I asked him to buy me Malibu Lime. He said they don’t make it any more. I am very disappointed as it was my favourite from the selection. Please tell me how I can get it or if you can send me a bottle to the UK. Many thanks.

  4. I bought some Malibu Lime in Barbados in 2000; I’ve been looking for it ever since. Now I know why I can’t find it. Is the rum market defined by France and Jamaica only? People drink rum in the US also. And lime is a very popular flavor now. I have refused for 13 years to buy Malibu Rum until I could find the Lime. Guess I will continue to refuse.

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