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Fellas,

Heading to an all-inclusive resort in Cancun and wanna hear what all you fellow travelers' favorite drink is when you're on the beach.

Mine is simple but I love it. Margarita on the rocks.

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Pina colada all day everyday! I go every year to Mexico and one of my favorite bartenders at the Pool bar know to just make any drink with whatever fresh fruit he has. The beach is the only time I drink any kind of sugary drink
 

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It's my first time in Mexico. I've been to Colombia and Costa Rica but never Mexico. Will they usually have fresh fruit? Sounds freakin' awesome.
 

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Mint, Pineapple or Mango Mojito
Flying Gorilla
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Bahama Mama/ Mai Tai
 

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Corona. But I may have to try some cocktails next time I get the opportunity...
 

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I try to limit myself to 1 or 2 Pina Coloda... the coconut milk will make you squirm if you have too many.

I lean towards Mojitos...
 

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I think I'm gonna lean towards Mojitos as well - I hate coconut anything. Durge, I'll google those drinks and see what they're all about. "Flying Gorilla" sounds interesting!
 

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pretty much anything with rum and fruit is good. When I was in Jamaica we went to Rick's cafe and ordered their Jamaican Viagra and it was one of the best things I have had as far as mixed drinks. its....

Blended stout beer, white rum, rum cream, clear syrup, oatmeal & one egg topped with chocolate syrup. . .
 

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I think I'm gonna lean towards Mojitos as well - I hate coconut anything. Durge, I'll google those drinks and see what they're all about. "Flying Gorilla" sounds interesting!
A Flying Gorilla is out of this world. I used to make them all the time. Here's the recipe:

0.5 oz banana liqueur
1.0 fill cream
0.5 oz creme de cacao
2.0 scoops ice cream
0.5 oz vodka


I like to add an overripe banana, an extra shot of vodka, chocolate syrup, blended in crushed ice and served with whipped cream on top.
 

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Just read about a Hawaiian Margarita. I think it's a margarita with pineapple and strawberry instead of lime. Sounds fantastic! Not sure if the bartenders will make it down in Cancun, though.
 
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