Three Cocktails To Ignite The Island Party Spirit

Whenever people dream of a summer vacation, they find themselves chilling out on a beautiful island surrounded with white sands, blue water, bright sunshine, and lively island parties. Not surprisingly, this is the standard package that most tourists seek in a summer vacation.

Sprawling beaches, rolling sea waves, misty breeze and warm, white sands will surely make the perfect mood for you to untwine and loosen yourselfup. If not, you are probably best suited for a rocking island party to shirk your fatigue.

If you plan to make this island party experience truly unforgettable and spellbinding, then go ahead and sip one of these three island-party inspired libations. If they don’t happen to set your feet dancing, then they will surely tranquilize your mind to experience the euphoric island calm.

Blue Hawaii

The Blue Hawaii is a popular drink that originated ina bar at the Hawaiian Islands, hence the name. Off the cocktails in this list, this one is the most difficult to resist,with its vivid blue colour and tropical garnishing; this is a cocktail that just begs to be relished. Don’t despair if you cannot travel to Hawaii to enjoy this drink;simply make it in the comfort of your home. Mix some rum, blue Curacao, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, and 1 cup ice and mix it in a blender. Pour into chilled cocktail glass and enjoy your cool Hawaiian drink.

Long Island Iced Tea

Who knew that a drink so loaded with different kinds of alcohol would have such anunassuming name?Nestled insimplicity,theLong Island Iced Tea has enoughalcohol to make you forget your own name. The cocktail is easy enough to make: just mix equal parts of gin, vodka, tequila, white rum and triple sec in a mixing glassalong with a good measure of cola (to get it to just the right potency). Add some ice andstir well to make sure it’s mixed.All that’s left to do is garnish the drink with lemon zest, draw a nice long sip, and you are ready for a fun night out.

Bahama Mama

When it comes to famous tropical destinations such as the Bahamas,there is neverashortage of sweet tropical drinks to please their taste buds. However, the most well-known from these is the iconic Bahama Mama. This delicious cocktail is made by mixing coffee and dome coconut liquorsand dark rum as the base, topped with some pineapple some lemon juice. Make sure this drink is on your to-do list in case you plan a trip to the Bahamas.

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Three Cocktails To Ignite The Island Party Spirit

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Whenever people dream of a summer vacation, they find themselves chilling out on a beautiful island surrounded with white sands, blue water, bright sunshine, and lively island parties. Not surprisingly, this is the standard package that most tourists seek in a summer vacation.

Sprawling beaches, rolling sea waves, misty breeze and warm, white sands will surely make the perfect mood for you to untwine and loosen yourselfup. If not, you are probably best suited for a rocking island party to shirk your fatigue.

If you plan to make this island party experience truly unforgettable and spellbinding, then go ahead and sip one of these three island-party inspired libations. If they don’t happen to set your feet dancing, then they will surely tranquilize your mind to experience the euphoric island calm.

Blue Hawaii

The Blue Hawaii is a popular drink that originated ina bar at the Hawaiian Islands, hence the name. Off the cocktails in this list, this one is the most difficult to resist,with its vivid blue colour and tropical garnishing; this is a cocktail that just begs to be relished. Don’t despair if you cannot travel to Hawaii to enjoy this drink;simply make it in the comfort of your home. Mix some rum, blue Curacao, pineapple juice, cream of coconut, and 1 cup ice and mix it in a blender. Pour into chilled cocktail glass and enjoy your cool Hawaiian drink.

Long Island Iced Tea

Who knew that a drink so loaded with different kinds of alcohol would have such anunassuming name?Nestled insimplicity,theLong Island Iced Tea has enoughalcohol to make you forget your own name. The cocktail is easy enough to make: just mix equal parts of gin, vodka, tequila, white rum and triple sec in a mixing glassalong with a good measure of cola (to get it to just the right potency). Add some ice andstir well to make sure it’s mixed.All that’s left to do is garnish the drink with lemon zest, draw a nice long sip, and you are ready for a fun night out.

Bahama Mama

When it comes to famous tropical destinations such as the Bahamas,there is neverashortage of sweet tropical drinks to please their taste buds. However, the most well-known from these is the iconic Bahama Mama. This delicious cocktail is made by mixing coffee and dome coconut liquorsand dark rum as the base, topped with some pineapple some lemon juice. Make sure this drink is on your to-do list in case you plan a trip to the Bahamas.

Image Credit: saveur.com, homebrewing.org, gococktails.com

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

 

 

 

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