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Best Drinks to Ask Your Bartender For When Visiting Miami

Best drinks in Miami

When visiting Miami, drinking is just as crucial and chilling on the beach and getting sunburned. It's part of the Miami culture and no one does alcoholic drinks better than Miami bartenders. 

Sure, you might get scammed by the taxi drivers while on your way to the top restaurants in Miami but that’s part of the city’s charm. We offer great alcoholic beverages but also keep you on your toes with our hospitality. 

If you planning on visiting Miami, whether alone or with a bunch of friends, you need to check out some of our most popular drinks. In this blog, we’ll give you a rundown of some of our favorite and most affordable Miami drinks. 

Pina Colada

When visiting a city like Miami that is full of culture and vibrancy, it should come as no surprise that Pina Colada happens to be the top drink on our list. It’s your typical rum and coconut blended drink that gets you plastered and drunk much quicker than anything else you’ve ever tried. 

With how popular Pina Colada is in Miami, we’re sure you’ve seen some of its appealing pictures while scrolling through Instagram or any other social media application. 

This hard drink calls for some rum, cream of coconut, and fresh pineapple juice for the crispy taste. Before ordering be sure to ask the bartender if the pineapple juice and coconut cream are fresh, if not, walk away, check out the thousands of other bars in the city. You can check out Barton G that makes delicious and fresh Pina Coladas we’re sure you’ll love. 

Classic Mojito

The classic Mojito is a Cuban favorite, making it extremely popular in the Miami area. It’s a meticulous blend of mint, rum, club soda, sugar and topped with some fresh limes. 

When ordering this delicious drink, be sure to ask for real sugar and none of that simple syrup stuff, it ruins the taste. Make sure the bartender also uses soda water and not Sprite, ensuring you get the classic drink the way it’s originally made. 

Lastly, be generous with your tips, Mojito might look like a simple drink but it’s quite challenging to nail so, let your bartender know you appreciate their effort with a sizeable tip. 

The Miami Vice

With a name like The Miami Vice, we’d be missing out if we didn’t mention this drink on our list. It’s named after the city so it has to be something you try out when visiting Miami. 

Even though the name might make it seem like the drink is full of car oil and drugs, it’s just half a glass of Pina Colada and Daiquiri mix. Combining these two together might seem like an odd choice but it works. 

This delicious drink calls for rum, strawberries, fresh coconut, Pina Colada, and Daiquiri mix for an unforgettable experience in your mouth. 

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