Malibu Orange Float Recipe

Malibu Orange Float Recipe

Malibu orange float recipe is one of the most popular summer drinks to have. Especially in the coastal areas, people go and relax during summer breaks, it is also known as Malibu orange cream soda. A tall cool glass of Malibu orange float seems to do the trick to slip you into relaxation. It is pretty easy to recreate and you can now whip this up in the comfort of your own home.

How to Make Orange Cream Soda

This recipe will walk you through the steps and tricks to make your own Malibu orange float mixed drink. Orange float is already delicious, making a cocktail with it just seems like the right idea. Let us see the process of how the recipe proceeds. Here are the ingredients and method you need to follow.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

  • One part or 60 ml of Malibu orange float
  • Two parts or 120 ml of cream soda
  • One orange wedge
  • A scoop of vanilla ice cream
  • Two teaspoons worth of orange zest
  • Ice cubes

Method of Preparing the Orange Malibu Rum Step by Step:

Step 1: Take a big chilled ice cream glass and add the Malibu orange float and cream soda. Stir and mix.

Step 2: Add the ice cubes and squeeze the orange wedge into the drink and stir some more.

Step 3: Scoop up a dollop of vanilla ice cream and let it float on top of the drink. It should be on the surface and not dipped into the drink. 

Step 4: Sprinkle some orange zest on top and serve immediately with a straw.


This delicious drink contains measurements for single unit servings but you can add on the measurement and prepare the drink for events at your home or parties too. This is a refreshing drink that will definitely liven up your mood during a hot summer day.

You can also enjoy this during spring or autumn seasons. But that decision is totally up to you. This recipe will hopefully help you through preparing a delicious rum and cream soda all by yourself.

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