The Best Drinks I had In 2015

Besides eating, trying beverages and local brews is also a favorite travel activity of mine. From drinking sake in Japan to Morocco’s mint tea, I’ve been fortunate to experience the world one drink at a time!

Here’s a slideshow of the best drinks I had this past year:

Spanish sangria

Spanish sangria

My first glass of sangria in Spain will always be my favorite drink memory.

Piña colada

Piña colada

This tropical drink from Puerto Rico is as yummy as it looks!

Russian Roulette

Russian Roulette

This was my birthday cake/shot when I was in Montreal.

Sangria from Seville

Sangria from Seville

Andalusian flavor is as good as the rest of Spain.

More red sangria

More red sangria

Málaga's sangria was delightful as well.

White sangria

White sangria

What?! I really, really loved sangria!

More sangria

More sangria

That's all I drank in Spain. You would too if you were there.

Red bean frappuccino

Red bean frappuccino

Only in Japan! Delicious goodness.

Southern bourbon

Southern bourbon

Bourbon tasting in Kentucky. The best place to do it.

Mint tea

Mint tea

I really liked this mint tea from Morocco. It was sweet and minty!

Sake

Sake

When in Japan... it was actually very delicate tasting.

Mojito

Mojito

I made this drink during my mixology class at Bacardi Rum factory. It was the best mojito! And not just because I made it.

Siphon coffee

Siphon coffee

Japan is not only good with tea but apparently coffee as well. Fancy too!

Cafe con leche

Cafe con leche

Not sure if it was because of the view, but I thoroughly enjoyed this coffee in Ibiza.

Mango shake

Mango shake

I love mango shakes! This particular one was in NYC.

Blue drink

Blue drink

I confess, I forgot what this blue drink was but it was so good and strong. Thanks, Punta Cana!

Jen is a Chicago-based traveler and a full-time Director of Development for an arts & culture organization. Originally from Connecticut, she created Angel of Wanderlust as a place to share her travel stories and photos with friends and family. Now, it is a place for adventurers, explorers and dreamers. Its purpose is to inspire and encourage people to see the world and achieve a better work-life balance.