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Four NYC Cocktails That Transport You to the Tropics

Four NYC Cocktails That Transport You to the Tropics

NYC’s Cocktail Getaways New York City, a melting pot of cultures and flavors, offers an unparalleled cocktail experience that promises to warm you up and whisk you away from the city streets. Amidst the towering skyscrapers and bustling city life, countless bars and lounges serve up inventive and fun cocktails that are as diverse and vibrant as the city. These cocktails serve as liquid gateways to warmer climates, each sip designed to transport you on a mini-vacation. Join us as we explore four fun cocktails in New York City that will add a splash of sunshine to your concrete jungle escapades.

Escape to Paradise with These Four Tropical-Themed Cocktails in NYC

Kradan Island at Sabai Thai

Another jewel in the crown of the cocktail scene is the Kradan Island at Sabai Thai. This gem captures the essence of tropical serenity with its exotic flavors. Inspired by the tranquil beaches of its namesake, Kradan Island in Thailand, the cocktail is served in a coconut. It features a delightful mix of rum, pineapple juice, and coconut water, embodying the spirit of tropical relaxation.

Kradan Island (Courtesy Sabai Thai)
Kradan Island (Courtesy Sabai Thai)

Mambo Tai at Son Cubano

The Mambo Tai at Son Cubano is a vibrant tribute to classic mixology with a twist. Nestled along the waterfront, Son Cubano boasts an ambiance that echoes the lively spirit of Havana’s golden era. Made with Zacapa Rum, passion fruit purée, dry Curaçao, coconut, orgeat syrup, and fresh lime juice, it’s the perfect drink for those looking for a getaway.

Mambo Tai (Courtesy Son Cubano)
Mambo Tai (Courtesy Son Cubano)

One Love at Bohemien Bar

Continuing New York City’s eclectic cocktail exploration, the One Love cocktail at Bohemien Bar is a signature concoction that genuinely stands out. The cocktail, a mesmerizing blend, combines rum, passion fruit, pineapple, coconut, orange, and a hint of turmeric, creating an exotic and vibrant flavor profile that captures the essence of tropical indulgence.

One Love (Courtesy Bohemien Bar)
One Love (Courtesy Bohemien Bar)

The Plural of Vinyl is Vinyl at Another Country 

Rounding off our cocktail tour of New York City, The Plural of Vinyl is Vinyl at Another Country, which offers a bold and innovative drinking experience that reflects the city’s dynamic cocktail culture. This distinct concoction seamlessly blends the flavors of calamansi and banana liqueurs with aged rum and mezcal, topped off with a splash of pineapple juice for a smooth finish. The result makes it an unforgettable addition to the city’s vibrant cocktail scene.

The Plural of Vinyl is Vinyl at Another Country (©Max Flatow)
The Plural of Vinyl is Vinyl at Another Country (©Max Flatow)
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