The 2022 World Cup are coming! It has never happened, in the history of football, to say such a thing in November ... and even if Italy, alas, did not qualify, we have the opportunity to enjoy excellent cocktails at home with friends, following a entire month of football matches. And since many different nations will compete, why not take advantage of them for a journey through the most drunk and loved international cocktails?
If you have in mind to prepare world -themed cocktails for a party at home, or to relax in front of the game After work, he enters the atmosphere with our selection of the most famous cocktails in the world. We will make you know the best known Mlassici and some news still to be discovered. Tune in the game, gather a few friends and leaves for this special tour based on international drinks.
1. Caipirinha - Brazil
Caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil. The main ingredient is the Cachaça, a aquavite distilled from the fermented sugar cane juice, which can be consumed alone with ice, or instead of rum in many cocktails, including the Cuba Libre, the Mojito and the Daiquiri. There are many stories about the origin of caipirinha, but what is undeniable is its sweet lime flavor.
- 50 ml of Cachaça
- 2 teaspoons of brown sugar
- Half lime cut into 4 wedges
2. Mojito - Cuba
Mojito is a simple mixture of rum, mint, lime, sugar and soda. Thanks to mint and lime it has a fresh and pleasant flavor, while the soda adds a sparkling note. One of the most famous Caribbean cocktails in the world, is very loved for its versatility. Create variants by adding fruit, such as strawberries, mango or passion fruit.
- 15 ml of white rum
- 30 ml of fresh lime juice
- 2 teaspoons of sugar
- 6 mint leaves
3. Poncha - Portugal
A traditional punch of the island of Madeira, the simplest version of the poncha is made only with sugar cane watercolors (Madeira rum), sugar and lemon juice. This cocktail is often called the fisherman poncha, in honor of the inhabitants of Câmara de Lobos, where the drink was created.
It is a versatile drink, in which the addition of fruit such as mandarin and the fruit of the passion helps to dampen the strength of the brandy, but it is not for this reason it is less intoxicating: if you decide to include it in a Alcoholic game on the occasion of the World Cup, we advise you to drink it responsibly.
- 50 ml Agguente de Cana (sugar cane brand)
- Lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons of sugar
- Orange juice
4. Black Russian - Belgium
Invented in Brussels in the late 1940s, the Black Russian combines vodka and Kahlúa, a coffee liqueur based on rum, sugar and Arabic coffee. This cocktail with vodka and coffee liqueur with a decisive character owes its mysterious name to its ingredients: the Kahlúa is black, while vodka commonly recalls Russia.
- 60 ml of vodka
- 30 ml of Kahlúa
5. Sangria - Spain
Sangria has become a popular drink all over the world and is perfect to prepare in large quantities, for example for a party. Generally it is made with red wine, fruit juices, firm, fruit and brandy. To prepare Sangria, choose a good quality wine and try to let it rest in the fridge for one night. In this way the fruit will be able to release its flavor.
- 2 oranges cut into pieces
- 2 pears cut into pieces
- 2 lemons (one cut, a squeezed)
- About 200 g of berries in pieces
- 3 tablespoons of granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 100 ml of Spanish brandy
- A 750 ml red wine bottle
- About 3 liters of sparkling water
6. Margarita - Mexico
Another cocktail with different stories about its origin: among the many explanations on its name there is the fact that "margarita" is the Spanish translation of the English word "Daisy". The so -called "Daisy cocktails" are made up of a aquavite, a liqueur and a citrus.
Looking at the ingredients of the margarita we note a similarity: tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice. What is undeniable is the overwhelming popularity of the margarita since its inception, which has gained him the status of one of the best Mexican cocktails in the world.
- 30 ml of CoinTreau
- 30 ml of lime juice
- 60 ml of Tequila
Do you want to enjoy this Mlassico quickly and easy? Try ours now Margarita mixed. Or taste it in a citrus version with ours Tommy's Margarita.
7. Ginza Mary - Japan
Among the Japanese cocktails we offer a version of the Mlassico Bloody Mary: it seems that this drink has taken the name of Ginza, one Tokyo area famous for his nightlife. By mixing the vodka with the Sakè, an alcoholic drink obtained from the fermentation of the rice, Ginza Mary is a great way to try new flavors reminiscent of family drinks.
- 30 ml of vodka
- 30 ml of Sakè
- 60 ml of tomato juice
- 15 ml of lemon juice
- 3 drops of Tabasco
- 2 drops of soy sauce
- 1 pinch of black pepper
8. Manhattan - United States
Invented in New York at the Manhattan Mlub around 1870, Manhattan is one of the most drunk cocktails in the world, highly appreciated by whiskey lovers. This delicious mixture of Rye Whiskey or Bourbon, sweet vermouth and bitter has been loved for over a hundred years thanks to its bitter taste and herbaceous hints.
- 60 ml of Rye Whiskey
- 30 ml of sweet vermouth
- 2 drops of angostura
- Gasket: cherry in spirit (or lemon zest)
Are you looking for other Mlassici from the United States? Try ours Never tai.
9. Bramble - England
Relatively modern compared to other drinks on this list, this Gin -based cocktail was created in the 80s by the legendary Barman of Fred's Mlub, Dick Bradsell, who also owes the creation of the Espresso Martini. It seems that the Bramble (literally "bramble") must its name to the Ricks of Dick linked to the collection of blackberries, and is a cocktail rich in aciduli, fruity and sophisticated flavors.
- 60 ml of gin
- 30 ml of newly squeezed lemon juice
- 20 teaspoons of white sugar syrup
- 15 ml of Mure creams
- Gasket: lemon slice
- Gasket: fresh brunette
Unfortunately, this year Italy has not mlassified at the World Cup ... but a tour around the world cannot exclude the home of countless European cocktails, such as the Milan-Turin!
10. Negroni - Italy
Negroni seems to have been invented in Florence, and is the king of Italian cocktails based on Campari. With vibrant red color, this refreshing and bitter cocktail is able to recall the flavor of summer even during a winter evening.
- 30 ml of Campari
- 30 ml of sweet red vermouth
- 30 ml of gin
- Orange peel to decorate
Savor this delight in a flash with ours Cocktail Negroni mixed.
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