Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get (albeit, responsibly) tonight. Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our food fest! COSMOPOLITAN Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s. What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim. MAI TAI A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland. What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries. PIÑA COLADA With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s. What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it.

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Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get #HappyHigh (albeit, responsibly) tonight.

Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest!

COSMOPOLITAN
Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s.

What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim.

MAI TAI
A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland.

What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries.

PIÑA COLADA
With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s.

What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it.

#HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #MaiTai #Cosmopolitan #PinaColada

Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get #HappyHigh (albeit, responsibly) tonight. Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest! COSMOPOLITAN Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s. What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim. MAI TAI A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland. What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries. PIÑA COLADA With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s. What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it. #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #MaiTai #Cosmopolitan #PinaColada

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