Travel Tips – Your Favorite Vacation Drink

Vacations are whatever you make them to be, from relaxing by the pool to getting out and about and exploring. But, every so often, a vacation can be defined by the local cuisine and accompanying drink.

So, what’s your favorite vacation drink? 

Is it something, when thinking about it, reminds you of that vacation? And more importantly, can you get this drink here in the USA? Please let us know in the comments box below.

9 thoughts on “Travel Tips – Your Favorite Vacation Drink

  1. Hannelore Ekstrom

    There is nothing like sipping a local beer in a Biergarten in Bavaria under chestnut trees…although we loved local red wine on our terrace in Sienna, Italy. It’s just fun to try local drinks when you are travelling.

  2. gary white

    for the non alcholic drinkers out there, try a cranberry-raspberry misture. Very soothing and tasty.

  3. Sue Palmieri

    Peach Belini

  4. sam hale

    my wife’s favorite drink in the Bushwhacker in the Virgin Islands

  5. Scott

    Definitely not red wine as I am a wine snob and would most likely be disappointed. Last year while travelling in Vietnam and China, I found that a light beer, one favoured by the locals, was refreshing and a safe bet. Perhaps not cold enough and so you might want to add ice. On several occasions I ordered a gin and tonic with extra ice and the gin on the side. Inexperienced bartenders cannot make any mistakes with simple drinks served this way.

  6. Carl Peters

    At this moment my favorite is a dark wheat beer.

  7. Aaron Hanks

    Best vacation drink? A frosty liter of fresh German beer in one of the many tents at the Cannstatter Volksfest in Stuttgart, Germany. This amazing festival rivals the better-known Oktoberfest in Munich but is slightly smaller and features a great selection of local Swabian beers. Nothing beats hoisting a frothy stein with a few thousand of your newest friends. Prost!

  8. Caren

    Cabernet Sauvignon. We were in Paris one spring and it was FREEZING and rainy. The Seine was so flooded, the bateaux mouches couldn’t fit under some of the bridges. No lines at the Eiffel Tower, so we went up to the cafe and shared a bottle of red wine to warm up. We were the only people there – we could barely see the fountains at the Trocadero. It was very romantic. Every now and then, we share a bottle of red on cold, stormy days and remember Paris.

  9. Belfry

    Sea Moss drink in certain Caribbean islands. Also called Irish moss, the beverage is made from a type of seaweed that is found on Caribbean beaches. After being soaked in lime juice for a couple of days, the sea moss is blended with milk, cinnamon nutmeg, and some other ingredients. It can be made with or without rum. The result is a thick, creamy, white delicous beverage. Kind of like a Caribbean vanilla milk shake. It is supposed to be good for male virility too!

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