1. The Gimlet, England
2. Hemingway Special, Cuba
Ernst Hemingway was a known drinker but curiously he never drank while he wrote. This drink definitely has my name on it with all my favorite flavors bursting together in a daiquiri sort of way.
3. Pina Colada, Puerto Rico
We all know the infamous Piña Colada. It’s my mother’s favorite holiday drink. Oh, what I wouldn’t do for one right now. This might have to be this weekends cocktail. It’s pineapple flavor and smoothing texture is sure to keep you chilled on a warm day.
4. Rum Punch, The Bahamas
I have this on my list the next time I am in the Bahamas. I want to know if it taste as good as the ones I make at home. Sometimes there is nothing better than the real thing and I imagine this Rum Punch is one of those things.
5. Pisco Sour, Peru
These remind me of visiting the Canary Islands. Event though they hail from Peru they are popular all over the world. You really have to try them before you take judge them. If not, make them the next time you have a garden party, the color will draw in everyone as much as the taste.
6. Black Russian, Belgium
I have never had one of these but I am thinking because I prefer vodka over most spirits and I love coffee this might be a nice one to try next. I feel like it would be better as a dessert drink rather than one you pair with dinner. What do you think?
7. Peach Bellini, Venice
Oh we love Bellinis! Italy you did us proud creating such a sweet and delicious cocktail. This is probably the first cocktail I ever had and liked when I became an adult. Who am I kidding not quite there yet but nevertheless I love a good Bellini.
8. Moscow Mule, NY United States
It’s not just the fancy copper mugs we all want to take home when we order one of these, it’s that sweet ginger taste that sticks with you. Did you know, because it contains ginger beer, Moscow Mule is a type of buck, so it is often referred to as Vodka Buck. There is a fun fact for you to share the next time you share a Moscow Mule at home.
9. Sangria, Spain
Did you know you can choose between red, pink or white Sangria cocktails? Why not try them all? Obviously, not at the same time. But this refreshing cocktail from Spain is sure to make you feel like your on holiday right at home. At a time, we can’t go anywhere, try having a little taste of Spain with some Spanish dishes to go with it. Which one would you choose? I say, white for me!
10. Caipiroska, Brazil
I love the pinch of brown sugar in this cocktail. I think it’s the hidden secret to the drink most people already enjoy with the vodka and lime combinations. I think would pair perfectly with fish for dinner!
You have the cocktail list now gets some amazing food recipes here to pair with your drinks. The Works has everything you need whether your Vegan or looking for that perfect slow cooker meal.
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