Whether you’re at a bar, a nightclub or a restaurant, buying a woman a drink is a great way to break the ice. However, for the women you want to spoil, a simple beer won’t cut it and even if they like beer, that sort of drink order isn’t likely to impress them much. Instead, we’ve come up with a list of drinks that any woman would have a tough time turning down.
The great thing about Mimosas is that they can be enjoyed any time of the day. Sure, most people think of Mimosas as a “breakfast drink” but take away the orange juice, and you’re left with a glass of Champagne. Pro tip: real Champagne comes from the region of France with the same name. Everything else is just sparkling wine. Real Champagne, whether it’s mixed with O.J. or not, will always impress a lady.
The Cosmopolitan became a popular drink with women all over the world after being featured (several times) in the HBO series, “Sex in the City”. However, in recent years it’s lost some of its popularity due to overexposure and a tendency on behalf of lazy bartenders to use low-quality mixers instead of raw ingredients. All that said, if made properly, the Cosmo is still a drink that most women love.
This may seem like an obvious choice, but not every wine is a slam dunk when you’re trying to impress a woman. What is impressive to a woman is a man who knows how to order a good wine. Whether it’s a glass or bottle, knowing what kind of wine to order along with which regions/years are best can go a long way in impressing a girl. However, if you really know your stuff, letting the woman hear you order is the best way to score some serious points.
This Brazilian cocktail is a favorite of men and women alike, which is great if you’re having what she’s having. Made from a sugarcane rum called, “Cachaca”, fresh lime juice and sugar, this drink is really sweet but it packs a punch that can creep up on you if you’re not careful.
This drink is so good that two countries (Peru and Chile) claim it as their own. It’s made from one of the strongest liquors around, Aguardiente, which can contain 43% alcohol or more. The traditional Pisco Sour contains Pisco (of course), egg white, lime juice, simple syrup and bitters.