Summer is hardly over as temperatures in Toronto continue to soar. Cool off with this bucket list of beverages that you should totally drink this summer in Toronto.
A cup of Kombucha Sangria
Available at the Front St. Food Market, this draught kombucha from Pekoe is being served with fresh fruit.
A Frozen Beer
The ultimate cold one, this Sapporo from Don Don Izakaya is essentially a beer frosty.
What would summer be with out a margarita? No one does this summertime staple better than Playa Cabana, they even sell them by the pitcher!
La Carnita knows there's more to summer than just margaritas (though they've got those too), This recipe for this summery cocktail calls for Tromba Tequila, grapefruit juice, lime, soda, and sunshine. Photo from @La_Carnita
A Tall Glass of Cha Yen
Soi Thai serves up this summery steeped tea sweetened with condensed milk.
A Radler in a Tall Can
Amsterdam Brewery's Sweetwater Squeeze Radler is the fave beverage of the summer. The unique blend of soda, blood orange juice, and beer is only 3.8% ABV, and makes for really easy drinking, even at breakfast. Photo from @amsterdambeer
Brazil's national cocktail is a favourite from Mata Petisco Bar made with cachaça, cane sugar and lime.
Is it a drink or is it dessert? Who cares! This Italian style iced coffee is super fashionable this summer, and the Scoop Shop makes an especially good one.
A Sangria Snow Cone
Get the standard sangria by request at The Harbord Room, or better yet get it in snow cone form made with rose infused vermouth, gin, Syrah, and juice.
A Rice Wine Slushies
A the foot of Roncesvalles, find Nine Restaurant & Tapas Bar serving up frosty rice wine cocktails in flavours like yuzu, pear, peach, and pineapple.
A Raspberry Lime Rickey
Not the glowing green slushie of yesteryears but rather a lip puckering version courtesy of La Cubana.
A Cold Brew
Station Cold Brew Coffee can be found at retailers throughout the city including Spruce on Parliament and Popbox MicroMrkt.Photo from @spruce_onparliament
What did I miss? Add your suggestions to the comments.
by Liora Ipsum via blogTO