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How About Drinking Your Way Around the World...

Just think how much fun it would be to drink your way around the world! Oh so many options to choose from and so many great places to visit!

1. Mojito - Cuba

It’s limey, it’s minty, it’s incredibly refreshing! And on the warm nights in Cuba, a mojito might have to be your go-to beverage as you come off the beach and head into dinner.

Let me know if you want to discuss travel options to this tropical destination!

2.Negroni - Italy

Even those who claim to not like gin will be enticed by this Italian specialty. A Negroni contains equal parts gin, Campari and sweet vermouth. Garnished with an orange peel and stirred, not shaken (obviously). Go ahead and try this one before dinner as it is traditionally considered an aperitif. Speaking of dinner, will it be pizza or pasta? You decide that, we’ll help you decide on your flights and accommodations.

3.Dark and Stormy - Bermuda

Dark and stormy drinks, allowed. Dark and stormy weather, no thank you! Don’t worry, Bermuda knows the rules.

This might be our favorite version of a mule. With dark rum, ginger beer and a lime garnish the Dark and Stormy is the unofficial drink of Bermuda.

As if you needed any more convincing to visit this beautiful island!

4. Piña Colada - Puerto Rico

Is a Piña Colada, in fact, the best beachside cocktail? We think so, but don’t take our word for it! Try one of these creamy, cold, coconut cocktails while you’re sitting on a beach soaking up rays in Puerto Rico.

Beautiful anytime of the year.

5. Sangria - Spain

When vino tinto just won’t cut it anymore, this sangria has got your back. Don’t be surprised by the deep spicy undertones in authentic Spanish sangria, it balances perfectly with sweet fresh fruit. Who are we kidding, just order the carafe!

6. Pisco Sour - Peru

You don’t have to be a local to know how refreshing a pisco sour is after a long day of hiking in Peru. It even has its own national holiday! Whether it’s the first Saturday in February or not, enjoy this creamy sour cocktail when you travel down to Peru.

Want to be the next one of your friends to post a photo of you in front of Machu Picchu?

7. Kir Royale - France

You’ll feel like a royal sipping on one of these between shops on Champs-Élysées. The Kir Royale is a twist on the typical Kir as it uses champagne instead of still white wine. Sometimes topped with a few raspberries, it’s the perfect way to recharge after walking all day in Paris.

8. Irish Coffee - Ireland

Wake up sunshine! You’ve got an Irish Coffee to drink. And with this sweet and spicy take on coffee, keep or hold the whiskey, it will not take much to get you out of bed.

Ireland is a must on every bucket list. Their landscapes are almost as beautiful as their culture and people.

9. Aperol Spritz - Italy

Get ready for an Aperol Spritz in 3..2..1! That’s 3 parts dry prosecco, 2 parts Aperol and 1 part soda. This seriously refreshing aperitif should be your first drink order when we send you off to Italy.

10. Mango Lassi - India

Creamy, delicious, and a great palate cleanser, Mango Lassi is a great after-dinner drinks. In a country of such fragrant cuisine, it’s easy to understand why!

Don’t worry about trying to navigate it alone, I know there is a lot to see and do in India and I’ve got you covered!

11. Red Wine - Global

We all love our local winemakers, but let’s go global! Is Argentinian Malbec or Spanish Tempranillo more your style? Either way, you don’t have to be a sommelier to enjoy good red wine. We’ve got wineries lined up for relaxing getaways around the globe.

12. Guinness - Ireland

There’s no place to drink a Guinness like the top of the Guinness Brewery itself! Called the Gravity Bar, visitors get 360-degree views of Dublin and a complimentary beer after touring the brewery. Now THAT’S how to enjoy a Guinness.

13. Scotch - Scotland

If you know scotch, you know good liquor. With so many distilleries to choose from in Scotland, you don’t have to visit just one. Brave enough to take on the Malt Whisky Trail in Scotland's Speyside? This cultural trail features 7 distilleries and 1 historical distillery. Don’t worry, I can ensure you have a comfy bed to crash in.

14. Eggnog - Europe

What is your favorite European holiday beverage? Tough choice between gluhwein (mulled wine) and eggnog! Head to Europe this holiday season to test out both and get a taste of eggnog in the European Christmas markets. This drink is sure to warm you up after you walk through the chilly, light-filled streets.

15. Cider - Greeks and Romans

Can’t decide between a nice glass of wine or an ice-cold beer on those hot summer days? Grab a cider, it’s the perfect in-between drink! While it may be more popularly known in England and Ireland, cider actually dates back to the Greeks and Romans. Either way, this bubbly beverage tastes good in any country. Make your next cold one on a beach in Santorini maybe?

Isn't this a fun way to consider our beautiful world for traveling?! Eating or drinking your way from country to country! Such fun!

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