World’s Best Cocktails In June 2021
Each cocktail has a story to tell. Whether from personal experience or inspired by nature and the city, every glass of the best cocktails is carefully curated to signify a certain feeling and energy.
This month, we featured the best cocktails in the world that are not only amazing on the palate but also a feast for the eyes. If you want to indulge in refreshing drinks, check out more cocktail recipes in our May list.
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Everyone imagined at least once in their lives to touch the clouds, literally. While it’s quite a bold dream to have, nobody said that it is impossible. And for @drinks4all, the closest he can get to the clouds is through a cocktail. Introducing the gorgeous blue and white hue - Walk in the Clouds.
This thirst-quenching beverage combines blue gin, maraschino liqueur, blue curacao, and egg whites. The combination of the liquors and the light texture of the whipped eggwhites result in a dreamy and sweet treat you would love to capture in your camera.
Why do liquor lovers prefer their drinks served on the rocks? Besides the refreshing factor, the beautiful layers of ice cubes create an elegant touch to the beverage. Take for example this classy cocktail made by The Cocktail Suite @thecocktailsuite.
The Cardinale was supposed to be the first variation of the Negroni. According to history, this drink was created for a German cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church in 1950 by a bartender at the Hotel Excelsior in Rome.
Made with gin, Campari, vermouth, and an orange twist, the Cardinale has a dry taste with a combination of sweet and bitter notes. The orange twist does not only act as a garnish, but its oil gives off a subtle citrus taste to the drink.
Nothing screams sea than this bright blue-colored cocktail from Amber @mythologyandmixology. The bartender got her idea to create such an attractive beverage from the Greek god of the sea, Poseidon. The story behind this art is how ƇЄƬƲƧ, the sea serpent, was sent by Poseidon to destroy the kingdom of Cepheus and kill Andromeda.
While a fascinating story inspired this cocktail, it only requires a few ingredients such as Ouze rinse, apple-infused gin, blue curacao, pineapple, and lemon. The result of this mixture is a slightly sour and sweet beverage that can soothe your “blues” away.
Fridays usually call for a mojito, but this summer spinoff of the classic is something that you would want to have any day of the week. Sage & Apple Gin Mojito by @my_cocktail_bible represents the cool summer hues of orange, yellow, and green.
The crisp and fragrant gin is well-balanced with the juniper, sage, and crisp russet apple. Also, the addition of apple juice, fresh lime, and homemade sage syrup results in the drink having hints of sour and tart flavors.
Lemonade is indeed refreshing, but you can always elevate it by incorporating other ingredients.
For Annette Chu @annette.chew, the addition of gin to her recipe resulted in a more vibrant drink called the Empress Lavender Lemonade. The color separation of purple and white also adds a mesmerizing depth to the cocktail.
Hibiscus Paloma by @vivirtequila screams spring and summer in one glass. The combination of tart grapefruit and lime juices is well balanced by the sweet and floral hibiscus syrup.
While many think that the bright hue results in a super sweet taste, this version is not overwhelming, instead, it has citrus and sour notes that perfectly complement the rest of the ingredients.
Everyone who is fond of mojitos has probably tried all sorts of tricks to develop a new twist to this classic drink.
While the industry has standards for making a mojito, Rami Lavy @ramithemixologist thought it lacks the peel flavor, which is essential to add more depth and texture to the cocktail. So, he came up with Mojito with Lime Oleo Saccharum instead of the usual simple syrup.
A mash-up between gin sour and clover club, Raspberry Sour by Alex Miller @designingdrunk is your best treatment for sour cravings. The combination of gin, raspberries, and simple mint syrup results in a delightful taste that carries many flavors from mint, fruit, and floral notes.
Who wouldn’t fall in love with the bright yellow tone of Malibu Sunrise by @sweettooth_foodtography? If you are more into the sweet side, you will never get tired of having this cocktail any time of the day. The coconut essence adds an earthy and nutty taste to the drink’s tropical flavor.
Some would say that a shot glass can’t be decorated well to look more pleasing. However, the Spicy Fresca Montelobos begs to differ.
The Aleppo salt on the rim of the glass and the slice of bent lime matches the bright orange-yellow hue of the drink. This creation by Dante NYC @dantenewyorkcity gives off a sharp, spicy flavor with subtle sweetness and fruity tones.
These best cocktails are indeed the perfect example of love at first sight. The bright colors, together with the garnishes, make the drinks even more delicious. You will surely take a sip the first time you lay eyes on these artistic beverages.
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