MIA: Check Out These 5 Over-The-Top Cocktails

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Miami can be a little over the top when it comes to certain things… Certain things like cocktails. Well, the weekend is upon us and so it only makes sense that we share some of the most over the top cocktails in the Magic City. These five cocktails look and taste amazing. Cheers!

1 Bar & Courtyard at The Setai: The Gold Martini

The Bar and Courtyard at The Setai, Miami Beach knows how to celebrate gold with The Gold Martini. It's a luxurious cocktail created by mixologist Philip Khandehrish, and yes, it may cost $100, but it's worth every penny. The Gold Martini is made with Russian Standard Vodka Gold Edition, Louis XIII Cognac De Rémy Martin, Grand Marnier “Cuvée 1880”, Riesling Ice Wine by Mission Hills 2009 Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, and a 24 Carat Gold Flake, served in an Asprey crystal martini glass. This golden libation is a true crowd pleaser.
2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

2 Sugar Factory Miami Beach: Signature Goblets

There's goblets and then there's Sugar Factory Signature Goblets. Trust us, they are unlike anything you have ever seen before. With smoke pouring over the edges of the glass, these 60 oz. signature drinks from Sugar Factory look like a whole lot of fun and are downright yummy. Plus, you can make all your friends jealous as they watch your Snapchat story or scroll down your feed. Or just invite them and grab a handful of straws for a goblet tasting. There's the Lollipop Passion full of candy striped lollipops, the Ocean Blue swimming with gummy sharks, or the White Gummi crawling with sweet gummy worms.
1144 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

3 Bâoli Miami's Mojito Vasque

Introducing the mother of all mojitos, the Mojito Vasque. It's Miami and sure, you've had a mojito before, but like this one, we highly doubt it. The next time you find yourself at the super chic and trendy South Beach lounge, order up the Mojito Vasque. It's a 4.5-litre giant that contains an entire bottle of 10 Cane Rum, homemade simple syrup, and mint leaves. Ten straws are brought out with the monster of a drink for you and your friends to sip away and enjoy. The drink, which is as big as your torso, costs a whopping $380. Bottoms up!
1906 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

4 Florida Cookery's Breakfast Bloody Mary

It's lunch, but in liquid formation and it's delicious. Florida Cookery's Bloody Mary is made with the bar's house-made mix and has taken garnishes to new heights, as it is topped with candied bacon, olives, massive jumbo shrimp, and believe it or not, an empanada. Because what's a drink without an empanada here in Miami. Florida Cookery's Bloody Mary is certainly one-of-a-kind and is perfect for brunch. For just $23, why not have an all-in-one type of drink?
1545 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

5 Drawing Room Bar & Lounge: House Absinthe

The Drawing Room Bar & Lounge is one of South Beach’s finest apothecaries. It also happens to be the home of internationally acclaimed mixologist, Albert Trummer. The genius, master mixologist is known for his signature prescription cocktails, like The House Absinthe, made with imported herbs from the South of France and soaked in House-Pressed sugar cane juice. This “Euphoric Enhancer” concoction is made to share for a minimum of four people. At the Drawing Room Bar & Lounge you should follow the doctor's orders.
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