Best Cocktails in Ibiza

February 09, 2023
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When in Ibiza, a tasting tour of the city’s best cocktails is a must. From the foamy Pisco Sour at Basoa Cocktail Bar to the vibrant Mezcal Basil Smash at Wow Ibiza, it’s guaranteed you will find unmatched boozy drinks in the city’s menu.

Here’s your essential guide to the best cocktails in Ibiza.

Pisco Sour at Basoa Cocktail Bar

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Refreshing and good for another round, Basoa’s Pisco Sour is exactly what the doctor prescribed.

One of Ibiza’s unmissable cocktails, this boozy concoction features a mix of pisco brandy, lime juice, simple syrup and a few dashes of bitters – need we say more?

The Basoa Cocktail Bar is no stranger to good cocktails. Since the place is famous for its open-air parties and laid-back vibe, the watering hole is a go-to spot for party animals with a soft spot for casual drinking.

Senhorial at Aiyanna Ibiza

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Senhorial – which translates to lordly – is one of Aiyanna Ibiza’s most special cocktails. 

Sweet with tart undertones, this cocktail is one for the books with its combination of earthy rum, cherry liqueur, mint, lime and sugar. 

Aiyanna is a casual-meets-luxurious beach restaurant and bar located on the island’s east coast. Positioned perfectly by Cala Nova bay, the open-air bar offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea.

Mezcal Basil Smash at Wow Ibiza

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This strong cocktail is guaranteed to light up your taste buds. The Mezcal Basil Smash is one of Wow Ibiza’s signature cocktails and is made of Misterios Mezcal, lime, basil, and pepper. 

Its olive garnish adds the final kick to this drink’s delicious mix of flavors. 

Wow considers itself a home away from home. The restaurant and bar’s indoor-outdoor atmosphere leaves customers feeling one with nature. 

Pink Floyd at Ibiza Rocks Bar

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The signature Pink Floyd cocktail is the perfect balance between sweet and acidic. Containing vodka, mint, lime juice, strawberry syrup and a dash of The Good Cider, this boozy drink pretty much embodies Ibiza’s idea of an aperitivo.

With a neon-lit and art-deco decor, Ibiza Rocks Bar brings Miami‘s party vibes to the White Island. Sangria, long cocktails and tapas dominate its menu, so whatever you wish for, the Ibiza bar has it covered.

Blueberry Caipirinha at Project Social 

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Both eye candy and soul food, the fruity Blueberry Caipirinha is perfect for those visiting Ibiza during spring. Besides looking Instagram-worthy, the cocktail reiterates a traditional Brazilian cocktail by making it lighter and sweeter.

Its ingredients include Cachaça Ipioca silver, blueberry jam, fresh lime juice and a touch of sugar. 

Project Social exudes industrial chic with cool art installations and retro vibes. Its menu is not to be sniffed at either, as seasonal cocktails and crafted mixes reign supreme at the Ibiza bar.

Kiwiland at Yemanja Ibiza

Kiwiland cocktail at Yemanja Ibiza
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If the name doesn’t give it away, Kiwiland is all about refreshing green flavours. The drink contains Hendrick’s gin mixed with cucumber liqueur, kiwi, melon syrup and soda – pretty much the alcoholic version of your green intake.

Open 365 days a year, Yemanja is known as one of the best places to eat, drink, and repeat in Ibiza. Specialising in high-end Spanish cuisine, the beach restaurant is always up to date with what’s new and next in mixology and gastronomy.

Amazonica at Vanilla Beach

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Striking a balance between sweet and refreshing, Amazonica just what you need to resume your summer party bender. 

As one of Vanilla Beach’s signature cocktails, the boozy mix stands out in Ibiza’s sea of cocktails through its blend of cachaça, acai, lime, hibiscus syrup and ginger soda.

While Vanilla Beach benefits from a unique location overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, that’s not the beach club’s unique selling point. Its menu blends international culture with Ibiza’s ethos, making Vanilla Beach one of the island’s most coveted places.

Tropical Mule at Laylah Ibiza

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If you want to make a statement by simply holding a cocktail, Tropical Mule is what you’re are looking for. A mix of Mezcal Bruxo X, passion fruit syrup, agave water, grapefruit, lemon, and ginger ale, this Ibiza cocktail is one-of-a-kind.

It’s creator, Laylah Ibiza, is a restaurant-meets-lounge hub. With a forward-thinking yet mysterious decor, the venue invites patrons to indulge in high-quality mixology. Although the bar has a relaxed vibe, you should brace yourself for a unique drinking experience.

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