9 unique cocktails in the world that are totally worth trying

You should enjoy some of the world's most unique and famous cocktails to create memories of your travel journey.

Negroni in Florence


Negroni is a unique, famous Italian cocktail made from gin, vermouth Rosso, and Campari, decorated with orange peel. It is considered an aperitif. The origin of the Negroni cocktail is unknown, people only know Negroni is the name of a family since ancient times. So far, Negroni has become a famous cocktail not only in Italy but also around the world.

Mojito in Havana


Mojito is a traditional Cuban highball beverage. Traditionally, Mojito is a cocktail of five ingredients including white rum, sugar, lemon juice, soda water, and mint. The perfect place to drink Mojito is in Havana. Especially, right next to Central Park, Monserrate Bar is a typical Cuban bar, where people know how to get the best glass of Mojito.

Manhattan in Manhattan


The first Manhattan glass was brewed in 1870, serving at an event of the Manhattan Club. Americans are always proud of having Manhattan cocktail - an indispensable drink on the list of cocktail lovers around the world. In America, there is no shortage of bars you can try this cocktail. However, Bemelmans, a jazz bar located in the Upper East Side residential area will give you the best feeling.

Singapore Sling in Singapore


Singapore Sling is a gin-derived cocktail. This drink was developed before 1915 by Ngiam Tong Boon, a bartender working at Long Bar at Raffles Hotel, Singapore.  Originally, it was considered as a drink for women because of its characteristic red color and passionate sweetness. This delicious drink also appears in many variations to suit each person.

Margarita in Mexico


Margarita, also known as pearl, is one of the 10 most famous cocktails in the world. The preparation of a Margarita cocktail is usually done by professional bartenders. Created in the 1930s, this type is blended by the method of mixing Tequila, Triple Sec, and lemon or juice. 

Pisco Sour in Lima


Pisco Sour is a unique cocktail of Peruvian origin, typical for dishes from Chile and Peru. The name of the drink comes from "pisco" - the main wine to make, and the sour taste of cocktails, related to sour juice and sweetening ingredients.

Caipirinha in Rio de Janeiro


Caipirinha is a Brazilian national cocktail made with cachaça rum, lemon, and sugar. This is the most popular distilled alcoholic beverage in Brazil. Cachaça rum is made from sugarcane. Caipirinha was first served at events and parties organized by wealthy landowners in Brazilian sugarcane growing districts. Currently, this cocktail is widely known and is served in bars, restaurants or even small businesses throughout Brazil.

Rum Punch on Antigua Island (Caribbean)


Rum Punch is a tropical cocktail prepared with black rum, coconut rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, lemon juice and grenadine (pomegranate syrup). Rum Punch is popular in the Caribbean. One of the best places to enjoy Rum Punch is the Shirley Heights BBQ in Antigua. Music and partying are what takes place here. For most tourists coming here, it's a memorable memory of their journey.

Pina Colada in Puerto Rico


Pina colada is a sweet cocktail made from rum, coconut cream or coconut milk, and pineapple juice. It was created in Puerto Rico, home to the charming salsa dances in the 1930s. Pina Colada was recognized as a representative drink for Puerto Rico in 1978.

By: Olivia Smith

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