3 Drinks To Try Before The Summer Ends

Unfortunately, summer is almost over. Let’s end the season this year with a few drinks you’ve probably never tried. For instance, did you know that some people put hot sauce in their beer? Check out our 3 Drinks You Should Try Before The Summer Ends.

1. Michelada:

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Legend has it that the Michelada, a Mexican cocktail that boasts beer as its unlikely main ingredient, evolved in the 1950s, when the Mexican beer company Tecate introduced beer in cans.The practice of squeezing a lime wedge and adding salt to beer is modified in this cocktail, as a tall frosty beer glass is rimmed with lime and salt and then dipped in a chile seasoning.

Add beer to a mix concocted with a dash of Tabasco or other hot sauce and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Sprinkle a bit more of the chile on top for a fiery finish.

  1. Peppermint Somras

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Mint is a classic ingredient in many summer drinks around the world—from the Cuban mojito to the Southern U.S. favorite, the mint julep—but it’s also an ingredient in peppermint somras, an Indian cocktail.

Blend 1.5 ounces of white rum, 1.5 ounces of simple syrup, 2 ounces of cocktail sour mix, and 2 ounces of orange juice. Macerate 6 peppermint leaves and garnish.

3. Tel Aviv Summer:

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The name says it all. Vodka, tequila, cachaca, lemon juice, red grapefruit juice, and a hint of lemongrass are mixed together in this refreshing drink.

All alcohol based ingredients can be purchased at Columbia Wine Co.

Located at 4038 Broadway, New York, NY 10032.


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