Miami Beach, May 13th 2013, – Miami Culinary Tours has introduced a new food stop on their beloved South Beach Tour. Guests will sip on a refreshingly fruity adult beverage in a brand new boutique hotel, inspired by the beloved film “The Birdcage”.

Inside the “cheek and chic” hotel is the restaurant locals are flocking to, the Cha Cha Rooster, and now guests of Miami Culinary Tours will gather here to enjoy Rooster’s Lychee Martini. A blend of smooth vodka, lychee juice and a whole peeled lychee that sinks to the bottom of a chilled martini glass. This drink is making a splash on Miami Culinary Tours guests, quickly becoming one of their favorite of the 7-8 stops that tour-goers experience.

The lychee, when peeled, is almost translucent with an incredible floral perfumed scent. The sweet fruit is in season (and ideal for martini’s) right now! Harvested between late May to the end of June the perfectly ripe fleshy fruit will delight your palate and take out the harsh kick of vodka in this delicate martini. Originally from China the lychee made it’s immigration to the U.S by landing on the Florida shores. Lychees were brought over here by Reverend William Brewster at the turn of the 20th century after a missionary trip to China. The grove he created is in Davie, Florida is still visible today.

From aboard the Brewster’s ship to floating in your martini, Miami Culinary Tours is proud to include this elegant and exquisite elixir on their South Beach food tour.

Miami Culinary Tours has been treating foodies to amazing epicurean processions for the past 3 years and is continuing to expand. The South Beach Food Tour has been a hit with travel bloggers, locals and foodies from all over. They offer a complete experience: delectable food ranging from gourmet restaurants to mom and pop shops, an expansive and quirky description of South Beach’s history and a walking excursion and explanation of the unique architecture that gives South Beach it’s unique, modern and often tropic look. The South Beach tours operate daily and you have the option of taking either a lunch or dinner tour to experience the vibrant neighborhood. Miami Culinary Tours also offers a Little Havana lunch tour on Saturdays showing off Miami’s rich Cuban influence and cuisine. Miami Culinary Tours will be expanding once more to include a tour of Miami’s hot new artistic neighborhood, Wynwood with stops at the Bakehouse and Wynwood Kitchen and Bar; combining artistic eye candy and innovative dishes.

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