Lit AF Exotic Cocktails to End Winter Properly

Lit AF Exotic Cocktails to End Winter ProperlyYo, what’s good, fam? So, peep this – winter is on its last legs, but it’s still holding us down with the cold, the sleet, and them long days. But don’t trip, cuz hope is on the horizon. March and April be poppin’ off as the busiest months of the year, especially for them gyms. People start feelin’ that summer vibe creepin’ up and they wanna get their bodies right for them swimsuits. Craving them tropical vibes and sunny destinations, people be lookin’ out their windows dreamin’. So, I got you covered with some lit tropical cocktails to bring that summertime feel into the last bit of winter.

First up, we got the Daiquiri. This joint was made famous by Hemingway himself and it’s a frozen blast of summer goodness. Legend has it this drink was whipped up back in 1902 by an American engineer named Jennings Cox or maybe a US congressman who brought it back from Cuba. Either way, it’s a classic choice for chillin’ in the sun.

Here’s what you need:
– 4 ounces of white rum
– 2 ounces of freshly squeezed lime juice
– 2 ounces of simple syrup
– Garnish with lime wheels

To make it, toss all them ingredients into a blender with some ice. Pulse that mix until it’s smooth as hell. Pour it into two glasses and throw a lime wheel on top for that extra flair.

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Next on the menu is the Tequila Sunrise. This bad boy was created by Bobby Lozoff and Billy Rice back in the early ’70s while they were slingin’ drinks in Sausalito. They served it up to Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones at the start of their ’72 American tour and he was hooked. He loved it so much that him and the band had these babies on tap throughout the whole tour. Mick even dubbed the tour the “cocaine and tequila sunrise tour.” That’s how you know this drink is fire.

Here’s what you need:
– 2 ounces of blanco tequila
– 4 ounces of freshly squeezed orange juice
– 1/4 ounce of grenadine
– Garnish with an orange slice and cherry

To whip this bad boy up, pour that tequila and OJ into a tall highball glass filled with ice. Top it off with grenadine so it sinks to the bottom and creates that layered effect. Finish it off with an orange slice and a cherry on top for that extra swag.

Last but not least, we got the Barracuda. This drink was born in the late ’50s by bartender Benito Cuppari while he was mixin’ drinks on a cruise ship named SS Michelangelo. It got its name from the Barracuda Beach Club in Portico and was originally served in a pineapple shell – talk about fancy!

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Here’s what you need:
– ⅔ Part Galliano
– ⅓ Part Grenadine
– ⅔ Part Light Rum
– ⅓ Part Lime Juice
– ⅔ Part Pineapple Juice
– Champagne

To make this bad boy, fill up a chilled highball glass with ice cubes, then add in all them ingredients except for the champagne. Top it off with champagne for that bubbly finish.

Or if you’re feelin’ fancy, shake up all them ingredients real nice and pour it into a champagne coupe. Top it off with champagne for that extra bougie touch.

So even though it may be cold outside, warm up your insides with these tropical cocktails to bring that summer vibe into your winter grind. Stay thirsty, my friends!

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