The world of exotic drinks is vast, and you can find them everywhere. In some countries they are a part of their culture and tradition, while in others they are simply an attraction for tourists. They are also served in bars and restaurants, where the bartenders know how to mix them just the way you like them.
Here are some of the most exotic drinks you should try:
Caribou is a Canadian vodka that’s distilled from potatoes rather than grain. It has a light, clean taste with hints of vanilla and almond on the finish. Caribou Vodka has won several awards for its quality, including two gold medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and two double gold medals at the International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC). The company also makes an award-winning gin called Northern Lights Gin as well as an aquavit called Polar Ice Aquavit.
This drink is made from fermented fish guts in Iceland. It is considered a national drink in Iceland and is served at every birthday party or large gathering in the country. The taste is similar to pickled herring with a slightly bitter aftertaste. It is often mixed with milk or vodka before consumption because it can be quite strong. The alcohol content varies depending on the type of fish used and how long it takes to ferment but generally ranges between 10% and 15%.
A wine made from grapes harvested when they’re frozen on the vine, ice wine has a high sugar content that gives it a syrupy texture with notes of honey and raisins. This dessert wine is typically served chilled or on its own after dinner for dessert — not before! Some people also enjoy mixing it with coffee or other spirits to create unique cocktails like “Wine Spritzers”.
In Zambia, Mama Juana is a traditional drink that has its roots in Africa. It’s made from bark, roots, leaves and other herbs that have been mixed together to make a drink. The taste is quite bitter but it goes well with food such as rice or bread. This is one of the most popular beverages across the continent of Africa.
This vodka is made from scorpions that are raised in laboratories. The stingers are removed, producing a clear liquid that is then distilled and filtered, just like regular vodka. It has an alcohol content of 40% and is available in several countries around the world, including Russia and Ukraine.
In a nutshell, that’s the trend when it comes to the most popular exotic drinks on menus right now. While some of these cocktails might be among your favourites at any given time, others are likely to leave you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of your taste buds. But if you think of it as a fun adventure rather than a game of one-upmanship, you’ll probably find a drink or two from this list that captures your interest and becomes a new favourite.