At Global Jetsetting we know great holidays, but we know a good drink even better!
One of the best ways to travel around the world without leaving the comfort of your house is through the iconic flavours of our favourite destinations!
Here is our very own Travel Cocktail Guide to bring some holiday feel to your home!


Lyn’s favourite – Lychee Martini

A tropical twist to one of the most famous American iconic cocktails. Lyn got to know this cocktail quite well during her road trips around the USA with Wendy and it’s one of her favourite drinks to date.

Ingredients (for 2)

  • 4 canned lychees in syrup
  • 150 ml vodka
  • 1 splash white vermouth



  1. Put 1 lychee into each of 2 cocktail glasses, then place them carefully in the freezer for 20 minutes to get really cold.
  2. Put the remaining lychees into a cocktail shaker, along with a good handful of ice, a splash of the lychee syrup from the can, the vodka and a splash of vermouth.
  3. Shake for 30 seconds.
  4. Strain into the iced cocktail glasses and enjoy a cocktail worthy of any roof-top bars in New York!


Blair’s favourite – Pisco Sour

Pisco Sour is as Peruvian as llamas and Machu Picchu! One of Blair’s drink of choice whether travelling or staying at home as you can easily make the South American famous cocktail with only a few ingredients.


  • 60 ml Pisco
  • 30 ml Fresh lime juice
  • 1 tb spoon sugar syrup
  • 1 Egg white
  • Angostura bitters ( for garnish)




  1. Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake well.
  2. Strain into a chilled glass over fresh ice cubes.
  3. Garnish with 3 drops of the bitters and if you want to get fancy use a straw to swirl the bitters.



Lilly’s favourite – Frozen Daiquiri

Cuba is the birthplace of the daiquiri and one of Lilly’s most recommended holiday destinations. With its fresh and sweet citrusy flavour this cocktail is the perfect drink for them hot Cuban nights and sunny days on the beach!


  • 250g Frozen strawberries
  • 60g Fresh strawberries
  • 30 ml Sugar syrup
  • 60 ml Lime juice
  • 120 ml White rum



  1. Place all ingredients in a blender or Nutribullet.
  2. Blitz until the mixture will get the consistency of a thick slushie.
  3. Adjust sweet with more syrup, sour with more lime and strength with booze to your liking!
  4. Pour into glasses and serve, garnished with fresh strawberries.



Annalisa’s favourite – Bloody Mary

This cocktail has origin in Paris at the iconic Harry’s New York Bar – Not only it’s a great refreshing option easy to make at home, but it’s also renown hangover magic cure and one of the few cocktails which you can get on most international flights!


  • 60 ml Vodka
  • 120 ml Tomato juice
  • Fresh lemon juice (about ½ lemon)
  • Worcestershire sauce (3 dashes)
  • Tabasco Sauce (2 dashes)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Celery stick to stir of course!




  1. Pour the liquid ingredients in a jug over ice cubes.
  2. Stir well all the ingredient and add seasonings to taste.
  3. Garnish with a lemon and celery or pickle.


Jasmin’s favourite – Amaretto Sour

When she visited Italy, food and art are not the only things Jasmin fell in love with. The Amaretto Sour cocktail is a beloved Italian delicacy characterise by its almond aroma and sweet and bitter strong flavour and yes, you guessed it – it’s easy to make at home as well.


  • 45ml Amaretto Liqueur ( Disaronno is one of our favourites)
  • 15 ml Bourbon whiskey
  • 30 ml Lemon juice
  • 10 ml Sugar syrup
  • 1/2 Egg white
  • Dash of Aromatic Bitters for garnish



  1. Combine all the ingredients except bitters into your cocktail shaker.
  2. Shake the mixture with some ice.
  3. Add some fresh ice in a short glass.
  4. Strain the mixture into the glass.
  5. Add a dash of bitters and a maraschino cherry for an extra ‘Bellissimo’ touch!



Wendy’s favourite – Cristal Champagne

No ingredients or preparation required for Wendy’s favourite treat.

Since one of  her clients brought a bottle of  Cristal Champagne for her, Wendy can’t drink anything else!