Malibu™-Bailey's Colada

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Amy C 0

"A friend's mom made this on a hot summer day after she got back from a cruise. It's one of the best pina colada drinks I've ever had."

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  1. Mix the Irish cream liqueur, rum, pineapple juice, and cream of coconut together in a large pitcher. Pour 1/2 cup into a blender container. Add the ice cubes and blend to desired consistency. Pour the ice mixture into two glasses, dividing equally, and fill with the remaining rum mixture.
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DiamondGirl amanecer
9/13/2008

Pretty good cocktail but I think traditional Piña Colada without Irish cream is more delicious. I also added more pineapple juice and cream of coconut.

judymurphy56
7/29/2008

Good, but not sure that I like the Irish cream in this drink. I added more pineapple juice and cream of coconut to my glass to cut the taste of the Irish cream . . . and I like Irish cream, but not in a pina colada! I also think this should be mixed altogether in the blender so that it's all cold and the crushed ice melts more than it does with just half a cup of the mix. Not sure that this is my ultimate pina colada recipe.