At The Coco, Coco Cabana | Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds Launch

A couple of weeks ago, both me and Jamie were very kindly invited down to Trinity Leeds
to come and celebrate the launch of Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds, and after having a fantastic time drinking some delicious cocktails, I thought that I would tell you  all about it.

What is Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds?

Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds, is a tropical Beach themed bar and Grill from the team behind the award-winning Cabana, that offers a wide range of delicious cocktails starting at just £6.

Here’s what happened when I visited Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

Once we had finally arrived in Leeds, and had wandered around for a little while, we eventually decided to head to Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds, which is located opposite Boots, and next door to Cabana inside Trinity Leeds in Leeds City Centre.

Once we had walked into the beautiful Beach themed Bar, we were both very kindly greeted by one of their really nice staff members, who said hi, and asked us if we were there for the launch event. We said hi back, and that yes we were, and after a second or so of us all chatting and her checking her guest list, she showed us to a massive table that was opposite the bar area.

We then just sat and chatted for a little while before one of the really nice staff members started to bring us some of the extremely delicious Cocktails over.

What I had to drink at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

Two tall clear glasses with multi-coloured sprinkles covered rims full of some thick white liquid next to a light brown bowl full of some golden pork scratchings on a light wooden table, on a light background.

A picture of the Sprinkles Margarita at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

The first thing that I had to drink was the Sprinkles Margarita, Tequila, Triple Sec and Lime Juice, served with a rim of Sprinkles.

I absolutely loved this, as I thought that it tasted extremely fresh and zingy, whilst also tasting incredibly sweet. I hadn’t tried a Margarita before, and because of this tasting so fresh and zingy, I think that it’s now one of my favourite alcoholic drinks. The Sprinkles did get a little bit all over the place though, as I found that I kept finding them in different places all throughout the evening.

A tall martini glass full of some golden yellow liquid and some pieces of red chilli on a light wooden table, on a light background.

A picture of the Cheeky Chilli Martini at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

The next thing that I had to drink was the Cheeky Chilli Martini, Gin, Grand Marnier, Apple Juice and Coconut Syrup, served with a rim of Chillis.

I unfortunately didn’t like this, as i’m not really a massive fan of either Gin or Chilli. I did like that they had used Apple Juice though, as it kind of calmed down the spiciness of the Chillis and gave it a little bit of a fruitier undertone. I also thought that it looked rather cool, as the rim of Chillis made it look like a picture of a Devil’s face.

A tall glass with a black straw full of some bright yellow liquid next to a light brown bowl full of nachos on a light wooden table on a light background.

A picture of the Flaming Passion at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

The next thing that I had to drink was the Flaming Passion, Vodka, Apple Juice, Vanilla Syrup, Lime Juice, Ginger, Mint, and Ginger Beer, served with a flambéed piece of Passion Fruit.

I really liked this, as it contained two of my favourite things, Vodka and Apple Juice. I also really liked that I couldn’t really taste the Ginger Beer, as it just blended with all of the other ingredients  to create a delicious almost Long Island Iced Tea taste. I also really liked the flambéed Passion Fruit, as I thought that it made the drink look really cool!

A light brown circular Coconut Shell with a black straw full of some white creamy liquid and some ice cubes next to a light blue wrapped miniature Bounty bar on a light wooden table, on a light background.

A picture of The Bounty Hunter at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

The next thing that I had to drink was the Bounty Hunter, Vodka, Chocolate Syrup, Vanilla Syrup, Coconut Syrup and Cream, served with a miniature Bounty.

I was a little apprehensive about this one, as I don’t really like anything that tastes of Coconut. But after I had taken a couple of sips of it, it strangely started to grow on me, as I thought that it just tasted like a liquid bar of Bounty. I also really liked that it came with a miniature Bounty, as I thought that it was a really nice touch.

A tall clear glass full of some bright pink liquid and some cubes of ice inside a miniature Pink Flamingo shaped pool float on a light wooden table, on a light background.

A picture of the Pink Flamingo at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds.

The last and final thing that I had to drink was the Pink Flamingo, Rum, Coconut Syrup and Orange Juice, served with a miniature Flamingo Pool Float.

I absolutely loved this, as even though it was one of the more simplistic cocktails that I tried, I thought that it tasted extremely sweet and fruity, and kind of reminded me of relaxing next to the Pool on holiday.

Then once we had finally finished drinking all of the delicious Cocktails, we just sat and chatted for a little while before we eventually decided that it was time to head off. So we said our thank you’s and goodbye’s to some of the really nice staff members that we had met throughout the evening, and headed off back into Leeds to catch our Train.

I had a fantastic time checking out all of the delicious cocktails at Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds, and if you would like to find out more about them, including what else is on their incredibly delicious menu, then you can find them online here.

I would just like to thank Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds for having both me and Jamie, and for hosting such a fantastic evening.

Have you checked out Coco’s Beach Bar Leeds yet? What’s your favourite Cocktail? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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