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Canned cocktails are on the rise! Discover 5 best canned cocktails

According to food writer and critic Virginia Miller, the suggestions below would be the best canned cocktails.

Food and beverage specialist Virginia Miller, shared with Eat Well magazine her take on the best canned cocktails. According to her, these cocktails have what it takes to represent in a can, a recipe that a professional bartender would prepare, but would be difficult to make at home.

Canned cocktails have evolved into really nice drinks, with complex flavor profiles and high-quality spirits. And customers are noticing: driven by the pandemic and bar closures, the canned cocktail sector had a $25 billion valuation in 2020.


Owl’s Brew

Owl’s Brew’s particularity is to propose tea-based cocktails. “Complex taste, nice packaging,” Miller says. They contain only 4.8% alcohol, light to share outdoors. Flavors include: White Tea; Raspberry and Watermelon; Matcha. Chamomile and Pineapple; Darjeeling and Jamaica flower; and jasmine, blueberry and lemon.


Cutwater Spirits

Cutwater has been creating ready-to-drink cocktails for a while now, one of the first. They make very high quality cocktails, and their recipes range from classic to more original. They are also gluten-free.

  • Long Island Ice Tea
  • Mai Tai
  • Bloody Mary
  • Paloma
  • Horchata Cold Brew
  • Elderflower Vodka Spritz


Novo Fogo

Novo Fogo’s cocktails are created by this Brazilian cachaça distillery, so you won’t doubt it, they offer recipes like the famous caipirinha. The same is derived in three flavors: lime, passion fruit and mango, it’s the perfect drink to transport you to Brazil!


Empirical Spirits

To make the best canned cocktails, the Danish distillery in Copenhagen make their drinks with beet molasses, along with sour cherry, black currant buds, young pine and walnut wood.

Another of their cocktails consists of oolong tea, roasted birch and green currant.


Social Hour Cocktails

Social Hour prepares basic and classic cocktails. It is the brainchild of renowned New York mixologists Julie Reiner and Tom Macy. They prepare incredible Gin and Tonic, Rye Whiskey Mule and the Pacific Spritz, a mix of aperitif and rosé.


Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.


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