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Spring is in sight, but winter still has its grip on the weather – here are some tropical cocktails to give you that summer feel

Winter will be over in three weeks, but it's not over for us yet. Coats, sleet and long days are still here. But hope is just around the corner, as March and April are often the busiest months of the year, surprisingly for gyms. People realize that summer is approaching and want to prepare their bodies for the swimsuit. Dreams of tropical (or at least sunny) destinations cross people's minds when they look out the window. To help you, here are some summery exotic cocktails for last winter.

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Made famous by Hemingway, the Daiquiri is a frozen, fun selection of summer drinks! It was invented either in Cuba in 1902 by an American mining engineer named Jennings CoxWilliam A. Chanler, or by a U.S. Congressman who purchased the Cuban iron mines and introduced it to New York.

  • 4 ounces white rum
  • 2 ounces Lime juice, freshly squeezed
  • 2 ounces simple syrup
  • Set: 2 Lime slices


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender with one and a half cups of ice.

  2. Pulse until combined.

  3. Divide between two glasses and garnish each with a lime wheel.

tequila Sunrise

Created by Bobby Lozoff and Billy Rice in the early 1970s when they were working as young bartenders in Sausalito. They served the drink to Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones at the start of their 1972 American album. Jagger had one, loved it, and he and the band ordered it throughout the tour. He even called the tour the “Cocaine and Tequila Sunrise Tour.”

  • 2 ounces white tequila
  • 4 ounces Orange juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1/4 ounce Grenadine
  • Garnish: Orange slice
  • Garnish: cherry


  1. Pour the tequila and then the orange juice into a chilled, tall highball glass filled with ice.

  2. Add the grenadine on top, it will sink to the bottom of the glass and create a layered effect.

  3. Garnish with an orange slice and a cherry.

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Developed in the late 1950s by bartender Benito Cuppari while working on the cruise ship SS Michelangelo, it is named after the Barracuda Beach Club in Portico. It was initially served in a pineapple shell.


  • ⅔ part Galliano
  • ⅓ part Grenadine
  • ⅔ part Light rum
  • ⅓ part Lime juice
  • ⅔ part Pineapple juice
  • sparkling wine


  • Fill a chilled highball glass with ice cubes.
  • Add Galliano, grenadine, light rum, lime juice and pineapple juice.
  • Top up with champagne.


  • Shake Galliano, grenadine, light rum, lime juice and pineapple juice well.
  • Pour in a champagne coupe.
  • Top up with champagne

While the temperatures may be low outside, warm your insides for winter with these summery exotic cocktails.

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