Cheers! These 6 fabulous cocktails from around the world are sure to help you enjoy and relax into the culture from which they come. This summer is the perfect time to sip on these drinks from around the world.

 

1. Peru – Pisco Sour

 

So much to see and do while in Peru! After trekking up the mountainside to the ancient city of Machu Picchu you’re bound to be thirsty! The Pisco Sour is the national drink of Peru and very delicious. It is made with a base liquor of pisco, egg white, bitters, and lime juice…YUM!

 

 

2.  Italy – Campari

 

Ciao! This fabulous Italian drink is a must while waiting for that plate of pasta! It is a bitter aperitif that is a pretty red color, it has a strong orange flavor that makes it perfect for a night out in Italy.

 

 

3. Japan – Sake

 

This world-famous drink made of fermented rice is a must when visiting Japan! One of the oldest drinks in the world, Japan is known for them and can be drank warm or cold. Pull up a seat and immerse yourself in the culture with a cup of Sake!

 

 

4. Mexico – Tequila

 

Hola! Time to sit on a beach with the sun on your face and a margarita in your hand! This classic drink is a delicious must-have while in Mexico. Salt rim or sugar rim, it has everything you want in a summer cocktail.

 

 

 

5. Ireland – Guinness

 

 

If you want the luck of the Irish you gotta try this famous stout and the most consumed beer worldwide! To truly immerse yourself in an authentic Irish experience you gotta have a pint of Guinness. Take yourself to the nearest pub, grab a seat and you’ll fit in like a local.

 

 

 

6. Spain – Sangria

 

Nothing beats sitting out on the patio after a hot summer day in Spain sipping on a cold sangria. This wine punch is loaded up with fruit to provide the most delicious drink. There isn’t really a formal recipe so you’ll have to go to multiple places to try them… you know, for research!

 

Bottoms up! Have a fabulous summer and go try some of these must-have cocktails from around the world.

 

Kendall M

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