Top Ten Drinks for Beaches
Who doesn’t like an awesome retreat to the beaches? Everyone does. There is more to beaches than just sitting on a recliner and bathing in the sun all day long just to get that perfect tan you’ve been looking for. You need some sort of activity apart from surfing and playing volleyball. What’s better in the heat than a couple of drinks to calm you down and nudge you a step closer towards heaven. Here are the top ten drinks enjoyed at beaches around the world. Enjoy the read!
10. GIN AND TONIC, INDIA
Take some gin and tonic water and pour both of them over ice. Final touches include garnishing with a thin slice of lemon. You can vary the amount of gin according to your taste but the suggest gin-to-tonic rations are 1:1, 1:2, 1:3 and 2:3. In some of the countries, you can get a can of gin and tonic so you don’t have to go through the trouble of actually mixing them yourself however, in bars; they mix the two in front of you to give you the taste you prefer. The drink is also referred to as G and T in most countries. It is highly popular at beaches in India.
9. ROSE, COTE D’AZUR, FRANCE
This is a kind of wine that is pink in color. The color can differ of course but mostly it stays a shade of pink depending on the technique. Mostly this wine is produced by crushing black-skinned grapes where the skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice for a period of two to three days. In most countries, what they do is mix the red and white wine in order to achieve the pinkish shade. That of course is the easier method. If you are out of an original rose, you can always mix the usual red and white for your pleasure. It is famous in France.
8. CAPE CODDER, MASSACHUSETTS
This cocktail is made entirely of fruit juices and spirits. It is mostly made with vodka and cranberry juice and garnished with a slice of lemon. Of course you can always vary the proportions according to your taste preferences but the preferred vodka-to-juice ratios are ¼, 1/3.7, ½ and 1/1.5. This particular drink originated in the year 1945 and it was named as Cape Codder in the early 1960s. The drink is highly popular on the beaches of Massachusetts.
7. LIMONCELLO, SOUTHERN ITALY
Limoncello is an Italian drink, very famous all over southern Italy and especially so in the region of the Gulf of Naples. It is made from the zest of Femminello St. Teresa Lemons. They are most commonly referred to as Sorrento lemons. The lemon zest is steeped in grain alcohol until the release of oils. What you get is a yellow liquid which is then mixed with a simple syrup. It is most commonly used as a digestive and served chilled after dinner. Limoncello is the second most popular drink in all of Italy and is served in restaurants across US, Canada, UK and New Zealand.
6. MARGARITA, MEXICO
Mix an orange-flavored liquid or preferably lemon juice with tequila and the result is a margarita. It is often garnished with salt on the rim of the glass and happens to be one of the most famous tequila based drinks all over the world. The drink is served with crushed ice and the chilling effect is absolutely amazing. Margarita is available in many different colors depending on what sort of juice is used but originally it is yellowish in color. This is the most popular drink on the beaches of Mexico and really popular all over Spain.
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