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The days are getting longer and we’re finally seeing some sunshine at the end of the work day.
And, that means it's basically almost summer right?
Well, not quite, but with us all looking forward to the end of lockdown and being with friends and family it might as well be.
And what would be better on long summer evenings than a tasty pre-made Pina Colada?
Not much, that’s for sure.
Bailey’s is best known for its Irish creams, but now it’s launched a limited-edition Baileys Colada.
Pina Colada’s are usually made from run, coconut cream or milk, pineapple juice and pineapple chunks.
Would you try this fruity drink? Tell us in the comments…
A truly tropical delight for anyone who likes their booze sweet and creamy.
The description of the drink reads: “A blend of our irresistible Irish Cream with the flavours of creamy coconut and sweet, juicy pineapple to create a smooth and creamy drink that’s ready to serve straight from the fridge.”
The Bailey’s Colada is 17% Alcohol By Volume, too.
Now, there is one small problem…
So far, the Baileys Colada is only available to buy in the United States.
But, don’t worry, because on March 22 the company told a fan on Twitter that it would hit UK shelves in the “near future”.
The Tweet said: “It’s not available just yet in the UK!
“But in the very near future it will be.
“Keep an eye on our page for updates.”
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We can’t wait to pour it over some ice and sip away in the sunshine.
Remember to drink responsibly.
If you are struggling with your alcohol intake contact your GP for support or visit drinkaware.co.uk
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