Coquito meaning "Little Coconut" in Spanish is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico. The coconut-based alcoholic beverage is similar to eggnog, sometimes being called the Puerto Rican Eggnog.
Think of the Chi-Chi Cocktail as the cousin of the infamous Puerto Rican Piña Colada. It's a tropical mash of fresh pineapple, coconut, lime, and ice just like the Piña Colada but instead of using rum we use vodka and garnish with a cherry.
Put a little tropical sun in your winter cocktail with an Orange Eclipse from Barbados. This Bajan cocktail recipe is made from rum, orange juice, vermouth, and bitters.
The Mojito Cubano Cocktail is the sexy sister to the Cuba Libra, another iconic Cuban cocktail. This drink relies on fresh mint leaves to capturing the classic mojito flavor.
The Texas Hurricane Cocktail is a cousin to the Long Island Ice Tea and like its cousin is deceptively strong.
My absolute favorite drink, the Cuba Libre is a simple but delicious cocktail recipe consisting of Rum, Coke, and a squeeze of Lime. The origin of this drink is still a mystery, as there are different accounts of its creation.
This Caribbean Christmas Cocktail Recipe is easy as pie, it incorporates just 4 ingredients. It looks beautiful and snowy, and it’s so, so delicious.
The Chimayó is a Tex-Mex cocktail made by combing tequila, apple cider, lemon juice, and crème de cassis in an old-fashioned glass filled with ice and stirring it until mixed then garnishing with an apple slice for serving.
Leite de Onça or Jaguar’s Milk is a sweet and creamy Brazilian cocktail with a thick and smooth texture. It is made with a combination of cachaça, crème de cacao, and milk.
A Mangonada is a frozen Mexican drink recipe also known as a Chamoyada or even its common variants such as the Diablito or Vampiro. It’s spicy, salty, frozen, and delicious.
El Submarino is an Argentinian recipe made from a mug of hot milk and a thick rectangle of dark chocolate served alongside. The chocolate is the submarine, and you sink it and stir it into the hot milk making your Hot Chocolate drink.
The word Mocochinchi is from the Quechua language and means dried peach. It's a delicious Bolivian drink recipe that is made with peaches that have been peeled and dried.