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<ul><li><p>Share your favorite #beachdrinks!</p><p>WHAT DID YOU SIP ON THIS</p><p>HAVE YOU VISITED </p><p>Summer?</p><p>Couples Resorts? Tell us your favorite #couplesdrinks!</p><p>SOURCES</p><p>http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/top-10/beach-drinks/</p><p>http://visual.ly/revealed-hidden-stats-and-facts-cocktail-industry</p><p>http://www.examiner.com/article/busting-bar-myths-the-mai-tai-did-not-come-from-hawaii-or-tahiti</p><p>http://newworldreview.com/2009/09/the-history-of-the-pina-colada/</p><p>http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/the-history-of-the-margarita-57990212/?no-ist</p><p>http://www.brazil-help.com/cachaca.htm#background</p><p>http://www.sipsmith.com/blog/articles/gin-and-tonic-a-short-history-of</p><p>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Codder_%28cocktail%29</p><p>http://totalbeverage.net/mixology-monday-sabai-sabai-thai-welcome-drink</p><p>http://www.flask.com/20-fun-facts-you-didnt-know-about-alcohol/#.U5ca5SgVA70</p><p>http://www.curiousread.com/2009/03/35-interesting-and-fun-alcohol-facts.html#WGzXiopjZHV1q6u1.99</p><p>Brought to you by:</p><p>Cocktails and the beach go together like palm trees and sunshine; theres just something so fitting about the combination. This perfect pairing is something </p><p>that is experienced all over the world on beaches in every continent. </p><p>TOP BEACH DRINKS</p><p>DID YOU KNOW? {DRINK FACTS}</p><p>Alcohol hosts the 13 MINERALS that are ESSENTIAL for human life.</p><p>How bubbly is your bubbly? A bottle of champagne has about 49 MILLION BUBBLES.</p><p>Congress declared in 1964 that the OFFICIAL SPIRIT of the United States is BOURBON.</p><p>Distilled Spirits contain NO fats, cholesterol or carbohydrates.</p><p>DIRECTIONS</p><p> Pour all ingredients except the cherry brandy into a shaker with ice cubes.</p><p> Shake well.</p><p> Strain into a glass half filled with ice.</p><p> Top with cherry brandy.</p><p> Garnish with a slice of pineapple.</p><p>Doctor Bird</p><p>DIRECTIONS</p><p> Pour all ingredients except the dark rum into a shaker with ice cubes.</p><p> Shake well.</p><p> Strain into a glass half filled with ice.</p><p> Top with dark rum.</p><p> Garnish with a slice of pineapple.</p><p>Dusk til Dawn</p><p>DIRECTIONS</p><p> Pour all ingredients into a shaker with ice cubes.</p><p> Shake well.</p><p> Strain into a glass half filled with ice.</p><p> Garnish with a slice of pineapple.</p><p>One Love</p><p>DIRECTIONS</p><p> Pour all ingredients except the dark rum into a shaker with ice cubes.</p><p> Shake well.</p><p> Strain into a glass half filled with ice.</p><p> Top with dark rum.</p><p> Garnish with a slice of orange.</p><p>Stir It Up</p><p>INGREDIENTS</p><p> 1 oz. crme de banana</p><p> oz. Galliano</p><p> 1 oz. liqueur</p><p> 2 oz. pineapple juice</p><p> 2 oz. coconut rum </p><p>INGREDIENTS</p><p> 1 oz. vodka</p><p> 1 oz. coconut rum</p><p> 2 oz. pineapple juice</p><p> oz. fruit syrup</p><p> Topped with coruba</p><p>INGREDIENTS</p><p> 1 oz. apricot liqueur</p><p> 2 oz. pineapple juice</p><p> 1 oz. orange juice</p><p> oz. strawberry syrup</p><p> 2 oz. Appleton white</p><p>INGREDIENTS</p><p> 1 oz. blackberry brandy</p><p> 1 oz. peach snapps</p><p> 2 oz. orange juice</p><p> 2 oz. coruba dark rum</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p>5</p><p>SIGNATURE TROPICAL COCKTAIL RECIPESCR</p><p> Rum, Cream of Coconut, Pineapple Juice</p><p> The Pia Colada has been the ocial beverage of Puerto Rico since 1978.</p><p> Ramon Monchito Marrero introduced the Pia Colada at the Caribe Hiltons Beachcomber Bar in San Juan</p><p>Pia ColadaPUERTO RICO</p><p> Spiced Rum, Coconut Rum, Grenadine, Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice</p><p> Originated in Oakland, California in 1944</p><p> In 1970, Vic Bergeron won an out-of-court settlement that said he invented the Mai Tai. He said, "A lot of bastards all over the country have copied it and copyrighted it and claimed it for their own. I hope they get the pox.</p><p>Mai-TaiCALIFORNIA, USA</p><p> Cachaa, Sugar, Lime</p><p> Cachaa production began soon after the introduction of sugarcane into Brazil sometime around 1550.</p><p> Some thirsty soul realized that distilling the fermented cane juice resulted in delicious alcohol: cachaa was born. </p><p>CaipirinhaBRAZIL</p><p> Tequila, Triple Sec, Frozen Limeade Concentrate </p><p> Carlos "Danny" Herrera developed the drink at his Tijuana-area restaurant, Rancho La Gloria, around 1938</p><p> On Average, Americans consume 185,000 margaritas per hour</p><p>MargaritaMEXICO</p><p> Rum, Appleton Rum, Apricot Liqueur, Amaretto, Orange Juice, Clear Syrup</p><p> A Couples Resorts Original </p><p> Shaken, strained well over ice, and garnished with an orange or pineapple </p><p>JAMAICA</p><p> Light Rum, Frozen Lemonade Concentrate, Lemon Lime Soda, Frozen Strawberries</p><p> The Daiquiri originated during the Spanish-American War</p><p> It was Earnest Hemingways favorite drink</p><p>DaiquiriCUBA</p><p>Nineteen Sixty Two</p><p> Vodka, Sugar, Lime, Dawa Stick, Honey</p><p> In Swahili, Dawa means magic potion or medicine </p><p> The Dawa is the most consumed cocktail in Kenya, and has spread throughout the continent. </p><p>DawaKENYA</p><p> Vodka, Lemon, Sugar, Water</p><p> The origins are competed by the areas of Sorrentini, Amalfitani, and Capresi</p><p> Legend has it that fisherman used to drink Limoncello to fight the cold since the time of the Saracen invasion.</p><p>LimoncelloITALY</p><p> Vodka, Cranberry Juice</p><p> Originated in Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1944 due to the large production of cranberries in the region. </p><p> The Cape Codder has many famous relatives such as the Sea Breeze and the Sex on the Beach. </p><p>Cape CodderMASSACHUSETTS, USA</p><p> Mekhong, Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Thai Basil, Club Soda</p><p> Known as the Thai welcome drink</p><p> The defining ingredient: a pinch of fresh, roughly chopped, Thai basil.</p><p>Sabai SabaiTHAILAND</p><p> Gin, Tonic Water, Lime</p><p> Gin was originally prescribed as medical treatment, thought to aid circulation while Tonic was thought to fight malaria</p><p> For your next black light party: the quinine in tonic water makes it fluorescent</p><p>Gin &amp; TonicINDIA</p><p>GLOBAL MIXOLOGY</p></li></ul>

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