Looks sweet, but due to a generous splash of grapefruit is actually balanced and refreshing.
This simple turquoise cocktail tastes more adult and interesting than its colour might suggest.
Oriental in name and style - perhaps a tad sweeter than your standard Cosmo.
There's more than a whisper of ginger in this spicy cocktail.
Spirit-forward but mellowed by sake and lychee.
If you like lychee you'll love this delicate Martini.
A sour, tart, fruity cocktail with more than a hint of lychee.
Unless you've a sweet tooth don't mix the red and white layers - sip from the chocolate and lychee top and stop when you hit red.
As the apt name suggests, this slightly sweet spritz is flavoured with lychee and elderflower liqueurs. East meets west in Italy.
Subtle lychee notes shine through this long refreshing cocktail with cognac, lemon and a drizzle of crème de cassis.
Bergamot citrus and lychee combine harmoniously in this gin-laced sour with a splash of sparkling wine.
A complex, not too sweet lychee Martini.
Light, fruity and easy drinking with lychee and ginger dominating.
Originally named Lychee & Blackcurrant Martini, this is a cocktail of its time - perhaps now best forgotten. Gin-forward with fruity notes of lychee and
Peaty Scotch whisky with sweet lychee and warning ginger.
The lychee liqueur dominates this surprisingly dry Rickey.
A fruity, tropical drink with a frothy head.
Sweet, sticky and strong.
Adapted from an original recipe created by Wayne Collins, London, England.
Mint and lychee, long and refreshing.
Light, floral and, due to the tannins in the jasmine tea, refreshingly dry.
Bitter lemon balances sweet lychee liqueur in this simple and lightly alcoholic long drink.
There is little danger of killing bill with this slightly sweet, lychee and ginger drink which is laced with less than one shot of vodka.
Tequila and lychee combine harmoniously in this semi - sweet shot.
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