Unusual Cocktails from all over the World for you and your lover

  • 9th April 2021

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Nothing is better than relaxing with a nice cocktail in hand. These mixed drinks are made in all parts of the world, and they come in many forms and utilize a variety of ingredients. That being said, some of them are better than others, and the ones from around the world will introduce all-new flavors to your palate. Take a look at these unusual cocktails from around the world.

A Brief History of Cocktails

Finding the origin of cocktails is difficult. Who can say the first time that someone mixed drinks with multiple ingredients and served them to their friends? However, we have some historical resources upon which we can rely to get an idea of when they emerged. The first mention of a cocktail in the western world was in The Balance and Columbian Repository, published on May 13, 1806. Others claim the first one was made in New Orleans by Antoine Peychaud, who then named the concoction after Sazerac French brandy. The mystique of these drinks is enough to make anyone curious!

What is the Most Famous Cocktail in the World?

The most famous cocktail in the world can be considered in a few different ways. First off, you might think about which one is ordered the most frequently according to sources. If that is the case, then the most famous cocktail in the world right now is the Old Fashioned. The Old Fashioned cocktail has been around for the better part of a century and is simple to make with sugar, bourbon, bitters, and garnishes. 

It is also possible to look at the cocktails that are most recognized around the world today. In that case, you would have to consider margaritas, mojitos, and daiquiri, just to name a few. 

Evolution of Cocktails

As we have already said, cocktails didn’t really get their start in the west until the early 19th century. From the mid-1860s until the 1920s, the United States had entered what was called the Golden Age of Cocktails. Bartenders were mixing all sorts of drinks together, putting on shows, and insisting that their products had some health benefits, too! Cocktails were plentiful during this time, and favorite drinks like the margarita and daiquiri first appeared during this time. 

Today, cocktails continue to be served all around the world. People have kept some of the recipes of old cocktails, but they have also invented more using the same base ingredients but mixing them up to get different flavor profiles. Now, you can find original cocktails developed by restaurants and bars throughout the world. 

Cocktails from Around the World You Need to Try

You can’t get great cocktails from any place you go. Sometimes, you have to get them from specific places around the world. Let this list shared by https://singles-kontakt.com users take you and your lover around the world via cocktails while you are thoughtfully quarantining. You can travel to the location to get the cocktails or try making them from home. Either way, you’ll have a great time tasting some of the best drinks from around the world. 

  • Enchanted Catnip, New York City 

The drink is not that difficult to make, but it comes with a nice little pyrotechnic twist to it. You use 1 ½ oz of White Rum, ½ oz of lime juice, and another ½ oz of Tamarind Syrup. Most people make the drink with a garnish that is served flaming on top, giving it the enchanting name. 

  • Non-alcoholic Camel milk cocktail, Abu Dhabi

Not all cocktails are alcoholic. In Abu Dhabi, you can get camel milk mixed with any number of items. In this case, you should try the milk, muddled mint, and strawberries for a tasty, cool, refreshing drink.

  • The Night Rooster, Bali

For this drink, you need whiskey, vodka, wine, and dehydrated fruits. It is often served with a flaming garnish, too!

  • Loloh Kakap Fifty Mils, Mexico City

Sometimes it just goes by Loloh, but this drink is made from:

  • dry vermouth;
  • spiced rum;
  • gin;
  • turmeric;
  • lime juice;
  • coconut water;
  • betel leaves.

It’s a long list, but the drink is amazing when you have it made by a great mixologist. 

  • Frijolito Doug Laming’s Margarita, Australia

This is a solid margarita made from caviar spheres filled with tequila, served on a lime, covered in syrup, and then have salt added to them.

  • Barraquito, Tenerife, Spain

A multi-layered made with condensed milk, Licor 43, espresso, milk, and cinnamon. This one will keep you up!

  • Red seal of Shimoda, Japan

This unusual drink contains Suntory Toki Whisky, pomegranate juice, ruby port, lemon juice, honey, and green tea salt.

  • Bacon & Egg Martini, London

This interesting drink is made with whiskey, egg whites, lemon juice, maple syrup, and angostura bitters. You garnish it with bacon for a perfect morning pick-me-up. 

As you can see, cocktails are an art form in the present. People love mixing flavors and textures into their drinks. Try making any of these at home or safely visit the places of origin to have delicious drinks.

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