If you are feeling a bit adventurous and want to try some oddly satisfying cocktails in Bangkok, here is what you try.


Disaronno Amaretto

This is a cocktail concoction that tastes like marzipan. They also add lemon, orange juice and sugar syrup that is topped off with alcohol. This taste is not for everyone, but if you want a sweet, tangy flavoured drink that still does the job, you can try it. Many a rooftop bar in Bangkok the likes of SEEN Restaurant & Bar Bangkok offer this drink or similar tasting drinks on their menu.

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Khao Lam

Adding a unique twist to the usual cocktails served at the Thai bars, this drink is completely inspired by food. Thus, this drink is made with a blend of turmeric, rum, ginger and tamarind, Now, this might sound a bit odd to the ones who are not all that comfortable with weird food tastes, but people seem to love it, so you might as well give it a go.

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Ka Nom Chan

Made with sticky layers of gelatin, pandan syrup, rum, egg whites and coconut rum, this drink is popular with the locals. The texture is pretty creamy and the lovers of the drink call it dreamy and delicious.

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Som Tum Pu Pla Ra

This is on top of the list when you think of Thai food inspired drinks. As a dish, this is strong smelling salted crab combined with fish and papaya salad and is not loved by many. As a drink, it will be quite a thrilling attempt indeed.

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Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+