During a vacation, discovering a new cocktail can help you discover what are the traditions and flavours that distinguish cities and nations. Some cocktails are often made with ingredients found only in specific parts of the world, which makes the taste of these drinks, quite interesting. Enjoy your cocktails in countries like:
The Cuban tourism is experiencing a time of great prosperity and some research have shown that among the cheapest flights in travel portals like British Airways and Scyscanner, are the flights to Cuba which you can book easily and cheap. Havana despite being known as the birthplace of the Caribbean rum is also famous for cocktails like the Cuba Libre, Mojito and Daiquiri. The second of these is one of the most respected and popular cocktails in the world and to experience the best, we recommend going to La Bodeguita del Medio, always surrounded by local personalities.
Here in the capital of France where you can try the absinthe, the best of which is available at the Bar Cantada on Rue Moret, where it is has a great selection. Finally, for those looking for an original taste and unique cocktails in the world, the Hemingway Bar is recommended, because you can try such a Lemon Charlie or the special martini with black truffles and raspberries; yammiiii!!
Italy is also known for its juicy cocktails. At Harry’s Bar was born, for example the famous Bellini, the prosecco drink with peace. This place has also historical figures such as Guglielmo Marconi, Arturo Toscanini and Georges Braque.
The Big Apple is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and therefore it is not strange that the mixing of cultures, has led to the creation of a large number of cocktails. Among the best places we can remind the Pegu Club, which is widely regarded as one of the most avant-garde experimentation of cocktail, where the old formulas made fantastic drinks.
Not many are aware that Manchester is a city where you can drink the best cocktails in the world. One of the best places to try is the exceptional Keko Moku, the Polynesian-style place where you can find the Mai Tai, the Zombie and the unique Seven.
By Angela B
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