Baileys JUST Released a Brand-New Pina Colada Flavor—Here’s Where to Find It

If you like pina coladas, and getting caught in the rain...Baileys has something for you.

You say summer, we say pina coladas! As the weather gets warmer, everyone breaks out tropical flavors like coconut and pineapple, and we’re not complaining. You can find pina colada-inspired drinks all over the place, like the ever-popular Pina Colada Frappuccino on the Starbucks secret menu. We expect Taco Bell to bring back its Pineapple Whip Freeze this summer, too.

Now, Baileys has decided to join the pineapple party with its Baileys Colada Irish cream liqueur!

What’s in the Baileys Colada?

The brand-new Baileys flavor combines their signature Irish Cream with notes of juicy pineapple and velvety, creamy coconut. If you can’t get to the beach yet, just close your eyes and take a sniff—this tropical combination will transport you right there! It’s the perfect combination of tangy and sweet, and we can’t wait to sip on it while sprawled on the sand.

Plus, look at that color—it’s literally sunshine in a bottle!

How Can I Sip This Baileys?

You can keep it simple and serve the Baileys Colada over ice, or use one of the recipes on their website. Of course, you could always pop it into drink like a regular pina colada, this icy pina colada slush or a tropical smoothie!

Of course, you don’t need to stop at drinks. We’re big fans of boozy desserts, so we suggest adding a splash to this pina colada icebox cake or this classic Caribbean rum cake.

Where Can I Find a Bottle?

You can get your dose of the tropics at Total Wine for $25.99, though delivery options vary according to state laws. We also spotted it at Top Shelf Wine & Spirits for $29.99. Keep in mind that this is a limited edition item, so you might want to stock up!

Psst…Looking for more Baileys goodies? You could always pick up a box of their cupcake mix or grab a box of their luxurious Easter eggs.

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Amrita Thakkar
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