Invigorate Your Senses with Some Yellow Cocktails
“How wonderful yellow is. It stands for the sun”
– Vincent Vogh.
The colour yellow evokes emotions such as ‘bright’ and ‘energetic’. It speaks vocally about the cheery warm nature of the morning sun as well as the freshness of lime. Even nature has a soft spot for this bright colour in that it adds a yellowish hue to some of sweetest and delectable fruits.
Upbeat, fresh, and vibrant, this colour best describes the mornings of heavenly tropical vacations. Such a rejuvenating and pulsating shade of light also brings a certain sense of freshness to our meals. So why not go forward and take the radiance of ‘yellow’ to some of the tantalizing evening brews.
These exquisite yellow cocktails are the perfect concoctions that savour the vim of the morning sun, and help your mind loosen up.
This lip-smacking tropical delight combines the fruity flavours of orange juice, banana, and pineapple with the lightness and piquancy of spiced rum. This sweet and sour lowball is more than an evening tipple and will rejuvenate your mind and body with its smooth fruity flavours.
Lemon Drop Martini
This evening tipple is perfect to serve at pool parties where the audience seeks something light and fruity. Prepared by blending gin, triple sec, and sour mix, this yellow Martini will impress the taste buds of many with its strong citrusy notes.
This simple and elegant concoction makes your favourite champagne tangy and refreshing. Mimosa is a simple blend of champagne topped up with orange juice. This bubbly concoction will perfectly satiate your orange juice cravings and keep you wanting for more.
Like the simmering sunshine of the tropics, this strong cocktail teases your taste buds with its minty and peppery flavours. As the name suggests, Bell Pepper is prepared by blending four rings of yellow bell pepper, fresh mint, grapefruit juice, lemon juice, vodka, and chartreuse.
Two words perfectly describe this salivating dessert cocktail‘sweet’ and ‘seductive’. This alluring drink blends quite well the sweetness of Lemoncello and the herbal notes of absinthe and gin. Despite the bittersweet flavours, gin makes the drink smooth, vivacious, and uplifting.
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