You worship the sun, love the water, and just crazy for all the fun summer brings to us. Explore some of the Best Drinks that you can get in different countries across the Globe. We list down some of the best beach drinks that we know while at the best beaches in the world.
There exist myriads of unique beach cocktails that you would love to order, especially when you are unwinding in an all-inclusive beach resort. On top of it, most resort bars do not provide drink menus, so you do not know what beach drinks to order, and you tend to envy every time you see someone with a drink that looks cool. You can check our comprehensive list of drinks that will help you order it yourself.
You will find caipirinha in any cafe or bar along the beaches of Brazil. It is made from cachaca (a spirit made from sugarcane juice), sugar, and lime. This blend is quite easy to make as vendors along the beach can prepare them in no time. You can also find variations of the caipirinha like the caipifruta's which adds a fruit into the equation like kiwi, mango, passionfruit, or cashew fruit.
This beach drink was named after a popular seacoast in Santiago, Cuba. The rum-based daiquiri was allegedly concocted by American engineers managing a project in the area who ran out of gin. Today, it is served in frozen form.
Feni is an alcoholic drink of Goa made from cashew or coconut. It is the most popular drink of the state, taken by both the locals and tourists. It is not commercially produced in large quantities, as most of it is hand-made, and is completely natural. About 4000 distillers in Goa make Feni drink, 70% of which is for home consumption. The rest is sold in the market. You will even find a few bars and restaurants that sell Feni.
This slurry mixed of coconut, pineapple, and rum is a popular drink anywhere in the Caribbean even before it was perfected back in the 1950s at a Hilton bar in San Juan by Monchito Marrero. The Piña Colada is famous worldwide but nothing beats it when you sip it while lounging by a pool or chilling on a beach in Puerto Rico.
The name goes way back in the 1940s when a Tahitian traveler tried the drink in a lounge in Oakland, California, and said “mai tai!” or out of this world. He was so amazed by the blend of rum, orgeat syrup, and orange curacao that he had to blurt it out. Mai-Tai further got into the scene when it was in the frames of the Elvis flick Blue Hawaii.
What will be this list without the margarita? The origin of the drink is still unclear whether it was invented by a bartender to win a smile from Rita Hayworth born as Margarita Cansino or was it a blend made by a socialite having a holiday in Acapulco. It does not matter where it came from. Today, this mix of tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau served in a glass with its lip dipped in salt is among the top-selling cocktail across the globe.
When cranberry juice was promoted to be a good mix for rum or whiskey, it went plopped. But when it was with tried with vodka, Cape Codder was born and has taken several twists ever since. One of the most popular variations is the cosmopolitan, a hybrid of the martini.
Farmers had an oversupply of lemon so what they did was soaked its peels into grain alcohol and put in some sugar to make limoncello. This drink is often taken after dinner but it is now being used as a base to make simple cocktails while enjoying the picturesque seascape.
It has been a long practice to sip a glass of cold dry rosé in the beach cafes of Cote d’Azur while enjoying langoustines and fish soup. The drink is made from the skin of red grapes after being crushed during the process of winemaking. Rosé is considered as something in between red and white wine.