Malibu Is Selling a Sparkling Cocktail in a Can, and We’re VERY Interested

Malibu Splash is what summer dreams are made of.

When it’s cold outside, the only thing on our minds is basking in the summer sun with a cold beverage just an arm’s length away. We had plenty to sip on last year, between Aldi’s pineapple mimosas and the White Claw 70 hard seltzers, but there’s only one thing in this life we’re craving poolside: Malibu.

Lucky for us, Malibu is bringing back its line of sparkling cocktails to tide us over. Malibu Splash is the perfect drink to get our minds off the winter weather!

What Are the Summer Flavors?

Malibu is entering 2021 with a splash of sparkling malt + coconut in four mouthwatering flavors. Every can of Malibu Splash is packed with 12 ounces of the good stuff at just 5% alcohol content, so you don’t have to worry about any headaches after your chill sesh. Here are all the flavors:

  • Lime and Coconut
  • Passionfruit and Coconut
  • Pineapple and Coconut
  • Strawberry and Coconut

Just can’t choose? Don’t sweat it—Malibu Splash also comes in a mix pack featuring two of each fruity flavor. These are perfect to share at the virtual pool party we know you’re already planning, or you can indulge on the beach. (We know what we’ll be doing.)

Where to Get Your Splash On

Malibu Splash is available right now at liquor stores across the country. You can also have a pack delivered straight to your door from Drizly! The latest look at these satisfying sippers was shared by @WandSDistributors, who automatically fell in love with the new shipment. Understandably, fans are already raving. Get your summer on ASAP!

Right now, there’s no telling if these guys will pop up at retailers like Walmart and Target. Still, for the taste of summer, we can’t help but give these a try. Nobody wins us over quite like Malibu.

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Melany Love
Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.