The Sexiest Cocktail Recipes Among Travellers. Complex flavors – Balance Spectrum Between the Minerality and You

For every traveller there are not many things more rewarding than the feeling of having your backpack finally thrown in a hostel room, putting your legs up in a hammock or beach sunbeds and enjoying the well-deserved rest with a home-made drink in your hands. Some drinks, however, are better than others. Some of them are delicious, some are simply divine.

Last updated on October 26th, 2018 at 03:09 am

There is only one advice to be mentioned – never judge a cocktail by its name because the more original or ridiculous it might sounds, the more it usually surprises you eventually.

Death-on-69-Shot-cocktailHere are the sexiest and encouraging cocktails and shots every traveller should try out to make on at least once in their life:

Wet Pussy Cocktail:  

Wet Pussy Cocktail is a popular and easy to make a creamy cocktail with pleasant sweet taste and smooth texture served in a tall glass. It has a very interesting name and the cocktail itself is often mistaken with the Wet Pussy Shot which, however, has a different recipe.

  • 1 oz Raspberry Liqueur or Chambord
  • 1 oz Irish Cream
  • 6 oz Milk or Cream (for even better creaminess)
  • 1 oz peach Liqueur   

Mix all ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker and then serve in a Tumbler.

 

Sex on white sand Beach: 

It is indisputably one of the most popular and probably most known cocktails around the world. Sex-on-white-sand-BeachThere are many variations of this flawless cocktail recipe which differ slightly, though the basic ingredients creating the perfect combination for this summer drink remains the same.

This cocktail keeps winning the hearts of many thanks to its tropical taste, which is not too sweet, neither too strong for everybody to enjoy.. simply just right to stand for its name.

    • 1 oz Vodka
    • 0.5 oz Peach Schnapps
    • 2 oz Orange (or Pineapple) Juice
    • 2 oz Cranberry Juice
    • Orange Slice for garnish
    • lime Juice  1 oz

Build vodka and peach schnapps over ice in a highball glass, then fill with orange and cranberry juice, stir and garnish with a fresh slice of orange before serving.

Fresh Blood Vampire‘s Cocktail: 

This thick, sweet yet strong cocktail is very popular especially among girls and serves as a perfect cocktail for every proper Halloween party. The cocktails are served with dripping blood effect on the glass to make it even more fun and authentic to its name.

    • 2 oz Vodka
    • 0.5 oz Champagne
    • 0.75 oz Raspberry Liqueur or Chambord Liqueur
    • Red Sugar or Red Sugar Syrup (thick) for garnish
    • blackberry  syrup very on the top  

Sexy-Blue-Eyes-Shot-cocktailRim the edge of Martini glass with the sugar syrup for the effect first, then slowly pour vodka and part of the raspberry liqueur. Then top up the champagne and finally the remaining amount of raspberry liqueur.

Katniss Cherry Kiss Cocktail: 

The Hunger Games themed cocktail brings a great sweet and sour combination with fruity cherry flavour. Ideal for hot summer evenings or a girls night.

 

    • 4-6 Cherries
    • 1 oz Vodka
    • 1 oz Lemon Juice
    • 0.5 oz Sugar Syrup
    • Sparkling Water
    • oz lime juice

Mix cherries with lemon juice and sugar syrup in a shaker, then add vodka and ice and shake all together. Pour the liquid in a high cocktail glass and top up with sparkling water. A sliced cherry can be also used as a garnish.

Tropical Muggy Oasis: 

 Tropical muggy Oasis is a colourful and fun cocktail inspired by Disney’s Little Mermaid which should not be missing on any summer party. The perfect combination of many carefully chosen ingredients creates a sweet rainbow blast in a glass.

    • 1 oz Blue Curacao
    • 1/2 oz Peach Schnapps
    • 1 oz Midori Melon Liqueur
    • 1 oz Orange Juice
    • 1 oz Pineapple Juice
    • 1 oz Fruit Punch
    • 1 oz (Bacardi) Mango Rum
    • 1.5 oz passion fruit juice
    • 1 oz (Bacardi) Dragonberry Ru
    • m1 oz Malibu Coconut Rum
    • 1 oz Watermelon Vodka
    • Fresh Fruit for garnish (orange slice/strawberry/cherry)

Starting with Blue Curacao in order, slowly and cautiously pour each ingredient on the top of each other into a cocktail glass (optionally filled with ice slush), creating colourful layers.

Marine Corps Hand Grenade:  

Marine Corps Hand Grenade is a speciality cocktail coming originally from New Orleans, and on USS George Washington served on the iconic Bourbon Street. The taste is quite unique and definitely worth the hangover the next day as claimed by everyone who has ever tried this delicious, sweet and powerful treat.

  • 1.5 oz Vodka
  • 1.5 oz White Rum
  • 1.6 oz Gin
  • 1.5 oz Melon Liqueur
  • 1.8oz Grain Alcohol
  • 1 oz Sugar Syrup
  • Splash of Lemon  and Lime Juice
  • 1.3 oz Pineapple Juice

Mix all ingredients together with ice and serve in a tall glass. The original cocktail drink served in New Orleans licensed bars comes in hand grenade-shaped glass as it is their signature cocktail.

Sexy Blue Eyes Shot cocktail: 

Sexy Blue Eyes is a delicious shot with gradient blue colour attracting everyone’s attention. traveller-hints-@-Fresh-Blood-Vampire-CocktailThe wonderful taste and unique look of Sexy Blue Eyes Shot will make you quickly forget, how many of them you have actually had.

    • 1 oz Clear Raspberry Vodka
    • 1/2 oz Peach Schnapps
    • 1/2 oz Lime or Lemon Juice
    • 1/2 oz Blueberry Schnapps
    • 1/2 oz Sugar Syrup
    • Mint leaves

Shake lime/lemon juice, peach schnapps and raspberry vodka in a shaker together with ice. Pour into a shot glass and drizzle with a mixture of blueberry schnapps and sugar syrup for a gradient blue colour.

wet-pussy-cocktailDeath on 69 Shot cocktail: Sweet and sexy shot with encouraging name comes with a sweet and delicious taste and it’s surprisingly easy to prepare. This original shot will enrich every party and turn it into a fancy celebration of life. 

    • 1.5 oz Vodka
    • 0.5 oz Peach Liqueur
    • 0.5 oz Almond Liqueur
    • 0.5 oz Gin
    • 0.5 oz Triple Sec
    • 1 oz Peach Schnapps
    • 1 splash of Orange Juice
    • 1 splash of Cranberry Juice
    • cherry and mint.

Shake all ingredients in a shaker half-filled with ice and then serve in shot glasses.

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Written  By Veronika Tomeckova

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