Table of Contents
- Best Cocktails in the World
- 25 Best Cocktails to Order at a Bar
- Classic Cocktails
- Cocktails for Men
- Cocktails for Women
- Easy Cocktails: Best to Make at Home
Best Cocktails in the World
Who doesn’t love an artfully garnished cocktail that tastes as fascinating as it looks? What’s amazing about cocktails is that you are only limited to your imagination. Treat yourself to new and inspiring world's best cocktails each month, made and garnished with some things that you may not thought were possible.
Have you seen a blue gin and tonic? Or a cocktail served in a fish-shaped glass? Have you made a cocktail in an instant pot cooker? You will discover all of these in the articles we publish every first week of the month starting August of 2020.
Best Cocktails of February 2021
We’re giving you another round of stunning and honest to goodness delectable cocktails for February.
What better way to start our list than to feature one of the most gorgeous looking cocktails, the Red Velvet Dream. Created by the genius mind of Farhad Alvand @farhad_alvand_official, this fruity and floral drink is inspired by passion and varying emotions, perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day!
Next, the classic Black Ice Chocolate Coffee flared up with active carbon makes all the difference in the world. This chocolatey goodness drink by Mehdi Ketabi @mehdiketabii is a combination of hazelnut, cream chocolate with coffee, milk foam, and active carbon.
Gin and Tonic is a simple drink. It is so simple that you can probably close your eyes while making one. However, this simple drink is given a new life by One Drink A Day @onedrinkaday through her skills in crafting exquisite garnishes. The cocktail is accompanied by a pencil and ribbon garnish made from cucumber and berries!
What does it feel like to fly to the moon? This creative creation of Shinya Tozuka @shinya_tozuka, known as “Fly Me To The Moon,” will deliver happiness in every sip as if we just landed on the moon! The subtle taste of violet liqueur and Japanese pearl liqueur mixed with apple juice gives off an explosion of vanilla and berry flavors.
Next on the list is the “liberal” twist that mixologist Jacob Briars @jacobbriars gave to the classic “corpse reviver.” This blue-colored cocktail is a marriage between dry gin, blue curacao, Lillet blanc, fresh lemon juice, and absinthe. The result? A sweet yet strong cocktail called the Corpse Reviver No. Blue.
If creativity is the criteria, the Bloodthirsty Cocktail will surely be on the top. Let’s Turn Up @letsturnup, the smart mind behind the naming and making of this drink, made the classic cranberry punch into a whole new level by adding white rum. The balance of sweetness and kick from the rum is just bloody good!
“Blue Beauty,” the concoction of Swigg Spirits @swigg_spirits, used gin as the base of this cocktail that is infused with fruit and floral notes that is a perfect thirst quencher on a hot searing day. Meanwhile, Amy Traynor’s @moodymixologist “Summer End” gave the nigori sake a whole new taste by incorporating apple juice and strawberries into the recipe.
Down to our last two cocktails, the Mango Lavender by Farbod Razavi @farbod_razavi will make any non-alcoholic drinker happy with the perfect combination of sweet mangoes and earthy hints of lavender, all in one drink. Finally, Hawaiian Julep, aka “vacation in a glass,” was created by Chilled Magazine @chilledmagazine. This cocktail gives us explosive yet refreshing flavors from the bourbon whiskey, passion fruit, and herbs. This is definitely an explosive drink.
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Best Cocktails of January 2021
We’re getting 2021 underway with our January selection of visionary and awe-inspiring cocktails!
Starting with “Kisses From The Pear” from Robert's BarKultur @roberts_barkultur of Berlin, Germany, a marvelous creation that centers on the sweet and juicy nuances of pear combined with the peppery flavor of rye whiskey and ginger syrup. Next, from a galaxy far, far away we have this genius Baby Yoda cocktail credited to Brian Heavy Muddle Mixology @heavymuddle, based on the classic Midori Sour but with added ingredients, such as sesame oil washed Midori, lime, and banana oleo saccharum.
Have you heard of Two Chicks Cocktails yet? These are sparkling ready-to-drink true canned cocktails made with real premium spirits — tequila, vodka, whiskey, gin, and all-natural fruit and botanicals. They’re a great emergency drink if you want to serve cocktails but don’t have time to mix them up! “The Brand Meister” is from Denmark-based mixologist Peter Povlsen aka Cocktail Pete @cocktailpete. He takes gin cocktails to the next level by using dry gin that’s infused with butterfly pea flower, also known as Blue Tea, which is a caffeine-free herbal tea.
Amy Traynor aka the Moody Mixologist @moodymixologist turned a rather simple cranberry gin cocktail into a work of art using a pine tree glass and the perfect sky color. She also added ginger syrup and solstice bitters to complete the mix. The result? A masterpiece called “Ye Merry Gentlemen”. “Red Moon'' is the creation of Cocktail In Paradise @cocktailinparadise, a Turkey-based barman and mixologist. It’s a simple combo of rum and peach liqueur that gives the drink its color, made even prettier when garnished with some Frank grapes.
Then we have a pretty little blue drink by The Margarita Mum @the_margarita_mum called “The Aviation”. It’s based on Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin and Maraschino, a liqueur obtained from the distillation of Marasca cherries. “Little Snowflake” is an eye-catching holiday drink and is a popular choice among our alcohol-loving friends up north courtesy of Robin Wynne @djrobinjames and Miss Thing's @missthingshawaiian. Presentation-wise, this is one of the most aesthetically-coherent cocktails we’ve ever featured
“All Sauced Up” is a fitting name for what seems like a Thanksgiving Turkey dinner inside a glass. It is the brainchild of The Sauceress @the.sauceress, a festive mixologist from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She created this bourbon and cranberry sauce-based cocktail that is a modified version of one of her famous original drinks. Finally, we have the “Good Morning Clewiston”, a cocktail created by RumJava @rum_java that features RumJava Signature, a coffee-infused rum. This cocktail tastes smooth and creamy with a punch of banana.
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Best Cocktails of December 2020
We’re wrapping up 2020 with a bang with our December selection of phenomenal cocktail creations.
Get the holiday season going with Cranberry Giving courtesy of Morten Krag @thecocktail.blog, a fresh, rich, and fruity cranberry cocktail with a dry finish. Helen @sheshedcocktails even takes it to a whole new level by adding an assortment of fruits, spices, and other flavors to your usual rum with her creation, the White Christmas. Speaking of rum, check out the awesome rum recipe by Ant / UK @cocktails_for_breakfast called Spiced Mocha Espresso Rumtini (the name kind of describes itself vividly).
If you’re still in the mood for tropical drinks in the middle of December, we’ve got you covered. Take a crack at a Sweet Chili Melon recipe by Farbod Razavi @farbod_razavi_official and get your summer-vibey dose of watermelon, lemongrass, and top soda. And then there’s this Apple Rose Gintonic by helGINki @hel_gin_ki, a simple combo of gin and tonic added with fresh fruity colors and more texture. Don Tiki Avi @don.tiki.avi, also shares his The Blue Sun recipe. It’s got tequila, blue curacao, and fresh lime juice.
Are you a fan of plums and raspberries in your cocktail? Then you’re going to love these recipes: Pinchyer Plums by Kat Whyte @whyte_tales is a purple Irish whiskey cocktail with a tinge of brownish-gray. Also check out the Flying Raspberries, a refreshing raspberry gin cocktail recipe by Gin Robb @gin_robb.
For whiskey and vodka lovers, try Harmony Lynn Goodson’s @harmonylynngoodson Ghostly Apple Cocktail and Mizunara’s Nagomi, a mix of Hibiki whisky, matcha tea, elderflower, and a dash of hazelnut syrup.
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Best Cocktails of November 2020
Get inspired by the most awesome cocktail creations of November 2020 here.
We bring you classic cocktails with a twist in this month’s roundup.
For cigar and rum lovers, we bring you two of the most precious indulgence in this cigar-infused version of Cuba Libre created by @cocktail_vision. Experience how your cocktail changes while you’re taking sips as the frozen cola slowly mixes in your drink.
Who said piña coladas should be yellow? Try the blue version by @empirebrickofgin. Add the Jungle Cat by @barrelageddad and Pink Lipstick by @recipesbydebbie to the vividly-colored cocktails on your list.
Tea lover? Try the Gin and Tea by @onedrinkaday or if you can’t get enough rhubarb from your pie, extend that to your rhubarb sour by @the.tipsy.adventure_. Pack more punch in Rhum Agricole and aged rum for the Prince Henry Punch by @subtletiki. Best served when sitting on a couch so you can stretch and snooze after.
The Gent’s Sour by @theglassclass reminds us of the 70s gentleman’s mustache. Try Peru and Chile’s national liquor, the pisco, in pisco fizz by @thebitterfairy. And lastly, spring is not over with the plum cocktail by @cocktails_for_breakfast.
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Best Cocktails of October 2020
Take a look at the best cocktails of October 2020 here.
First on the list is the blended margarita by @thesocialsipper. If you are a tea lover, you will love to try the Riff I Do Say So Myself by @chenaholic. G&T lovers would love to indulge in some color-changing G&T by @gin_to_my_tonic or Dragonfruit and Pomegranate G&T by @helGinKi. Layer cocktails never go old so try this purple and yellow layered one by @mixologist_world.
Tequila lover? You won’t be disappointed by the tequila cocktail creations of @kalaveras. For the adventurous, try the Passionate Ginger Whiskey by @cooking_with_wine. Coffee lovers will truly rejoice over the espresso martini created by @robin.navarro.bartender included in this roundup. If you have time and muscles to spare, don’t skimp on the milk-clarified cocktail by @aj_cabinfever and Ramos Fizz creation by @forcocktailsake.
Best Cocktails of September 2020
Take a look at the best cocktails of September 2020 here.
For the September issue, the cocktails are more playful and inventive. Take the Flowers by Mancino Vermouth, a simple highball glass cocktail made more interesting with the addition of elderflower and rose cordial and elderflower tonic. Redtini by Patrick Allen Reynolds can be any classic cocktail, photographed beautifully with a lovely red backdrop highlighted with natural light coming through slats.
Bid adieu to summer with these fruity and flowery cocktails: Strawberry Watermelon Gin Cooler by @moodymixologist, Gin and Mango Mint Cocktail by @drinks__brazel_official, Strawberry Grapefruit Summer Sipper by @apartment_bartender, CocoBerry Refresher by @tipitbackcocktails, Walking on a Dream by @greatestgin of House of Junipers, Rosé Rhubarb Spritz by @thecocktail.blog, Aperol Sour by @roberts_barkultur, and Complimentary G&T by @recipesbydebbie.
These are all vibrant and enticingly delicious cocktails you can recreate and improve in the comforts of your own home. Who knows? You might be on our next roundups!
Best Cocktails of August 2020
Take a look at the best cocktails of August 2020 here.
For the premier issue published in the first week of August, we have included classic cocktails such as Gin Gin Mule by @fiftypoundsgin, Spicy Daisy from The Doral Yard, Rum Punch as featured in the Drink TV, and Caprice by Georgi Petrov. Another classic, the iiCing Sunset by iiCing Flavor Shot is a riff on the tequila sunset.
For the most innovative cocktails, try the Instant Pot Limoncello by the Corrie Cooks website, Spring Fling by Fern Bar, Fugu by Javier de las Muelas, Rose in the Clover by @whats.marisa.drinking, and the Strawberry Gin by @duplex401. Of these, the fugu is the most interesting, not only the serving style but also the ingredients.
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25 Best Cocktails to Order at a Bar
Every cocktail enthusiast has their own cocktail(s) of choice that they look for first the moment they walk into a bar or take a look at the shelves in their home bar. Of course, each bar have their own specials and recommendations too, and this year, Drinks International, the internet’s leading news and analysis source on global drinks, has come up with this year’s list of the best-selling cocktails in the world as chosen by the bars around the world!, We have also curated a list of the best cocktail blogs and websites that you must bookmark.
Check our review of best cocktail glasses
Specifically, 106 bars were asked to rank their top 20 best-selling cocktail classics. Some of the cocktails are original recipes, others have been updated. Here are the top 20 best cocktails on the list. And if you are someone who loves jazz, do check out our 10 Jazz cocktails to celebrate on any occasion.
This drink tastes just as wild as it sounds. An eclectic combination of ginger beer and rum topped with lime, it’s the ultimate drink for a rocking night out at the bar or a quiet night at home - whatever suits your fancy.
- Get a highball glass and fill it with ice cubes.
- Add the right amount of rum and top it with ginger beer.
- Use a lime wedge to garnish and serve.
2. Pisco Sour
This concoction is now making a comeback in many bars across the country. Remember the good ole’ days of the Swinging ’60s with a refreshing mix of lime juice, Simple syrup, Pisco, egg whites, and Angostura bitters.
- 6 small papaya cubes
- 1 oz. lime juice
- 1 egg white
- 0.75 oz. simple syrup
- 2 oz. pisco
- Angostura bitters
- Place the papaya cubes and lime juice in a glass and muddle.
- Add the egg white, simple syrup, pisco, and ice. Dry shake.
- Add ice cubes and shake vigorously.
- Strain the mix into a coupe glass and garnish with lime peel and angostura bitters.
Try our Papaya Pisco Sour recipe, as shown below.
3. Mai Tai
Sure, this tiki cocktail may have ranked down but this timeless recipe are far from being put off the charts. The summer beverage Mai Tai recipe uses lime juice, Orgeat orange syrup, orange curacao, and premium aged rum.
- 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
- 1/2 oz. orgeat syrup
- 1/2 oz. orange Curaçao
- 1 1/2 oz. white rum
- 3/4 oz. dark rum
- Fill a shaker tin with ice and pour the first four ingredients. Shake vigorously.
- Strain into a highball glass and add the dark rum.
- Garnish with a lime wedge or mint sprigs.
4. Vieux Carre
Ignite your taste buds with the Vieux Carre, a potent combination of brandy, whiskey, Sweet Vermouth, Peychauds, Angostura, and Benedictine liqueur. We recommend not taking this sweet, strong yet one of the best cocktails too lightly as it can knock you out real quick.
- 3/4 oz. Cognac
- 1 oz. Whiskey
- 1/2 oz. Benedictine liqueur
- 3/4 oz. sweet vermouth
- 1 dash Peychaud's bitters
- 1 dash Angostura bitters
- Add the constituents in a glass and stir.
- Grab an old-fashioned glass, fill it with ice, and strain the mixture into it.
- Use a cherry as a garnish and serve.
5. Gin Fizz
Gin Fizz is one of the best lemony cocktails in the world that has just the right amount of kick you need. The Gin Fizz recipe makes use of gin, lime, gum syrup, soda water, and egg (optional).
- Fill your shaker with ice cubes.
- Add all the constituents-except for soda water- and shake vigorously.
- Pour into old fashioned glass.
- Top with soda water and serve.
No, not prescription drugs. Penicillin is one of the best Scotch cocktail recipes in the world made by bartender Sam Ross who's based in NY. This delicious recipe is an interesting mix of blended scotch, Islay scotch, lemon juice, and honey-ginger syrup topped with candied ginger.
- Muddle the ginger slices and honey syrup together.
- Add fresh lemon juice, blended scotch, and ice cubes and shake.
- Strain into an old fashioned glass.
- Add islay scotch and top with candied ginger.
You can make our version of Penicillin by following this video:
7. Bloody Mary
This classic cocktail recipe never goes out of style. Bloody Mary has been several bartenders' best choice year after year. Enjoy your cocktails without the usual hangover with this vodka-based drink infused with tomato juice, lemon juice, and various spices. Our Bloody Mary article can help you re-create this drink at home.
- 3 oz. tomato juice
- 2 oz. vodka
- 0.75 oz. lemon juice
- 2 dashes Worcestershire sauce
- Celery salt
- Pinch cumin
- Ground pepper
- 0.5 tsp horseradish to taste
- Tabasco to taste
- Put red bell pepper into a glass then, add lemon juice. Muddle.
- Add a pinch of celery salt and cumin. Add ground pepper to taste
- Throw in 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce and one dash of hot sauce.
- Then, mix tomato juice and vodka
- Add ice. Then, shake.
- Wet glass rim with a lemon wedge - salt rim with sea salt and celery salt mix.
- Add ice and pour.
- Garnish and serve.
A mainstay from on the list is this classic American booze made of rye whiskey, and Peychauds and Angostura bitters. To make the Sazerac, rinse your glass with Absinthe and garnish with a lemon peel for a remarkable drinking experience.
- 1 sugar cube
- 2 dashes Peychaud's bitters
- 2 dashes water
- 2.5 oz. rye
- 1 dash Angostura bitters
- Lemon twist
- Mix the sugar cube, water, and Peychaud's bitters in a glass until dissolved.
- Add rye, Angostura, and ice then stir.
- Rinse and coat an old fashioned glass with absinthe. Pour it out of the glass.
- Pour the mixture into the glass and garnish with a lemon twist.
It seems like our resident bartenders just couldn’t get enough of cocktails with whiskey. Another intriguing drink, Boulevardier is basically like Negroni but with whiskey instead of gin. Remember to add your bitters Campari and Cocchi (sweet vermouth) as well.
- 1 oz. -1.5 oz. bourbon
- 1 oz. Sweet vermouth
- 1 oz. Campari
- Add the constituents in a glass along with ice cubes.
- Strain into an old fashioned glass.
- Garnish then serve.
10. Aperol Spritz
Summertime will never be complete without a sip of this classic yet one of the best Italian cocktails. Not only does it taste amazing, but it's so easy to prepare too! All you need are prosecco, Aperol, soda water. Then, add a slice of orange for garnish.
- Fill a collins glass with ice
- Pour in club soda, Aperol and prosecco
- Garnish with an orange slice
Another summer favorite among the best bars in the world. Having a combination of rum and lime juice, sprigs of mint, and topped with soda water, you just can’t define refreshing without the thought of mojitos. Check out our Classic Mojito recipe below and find out more here.
- Muddle the mint leaves, sugar, and a splash of soda in a collins glass.
- Add lime juice, rum, and crushed ice.
- Top it off with soda water.
- Garnish with mint sprigs or lime wedge and serve.
12. Espresso Martini
Even after three years, the Espresso Martini still remains as one of the best cocktails among the polled bars. Dick Bradsell, the Espresso Martini's late creator, would be proud to see this magical combination of espresso coffee, vodka, and coffee liquor loved by cocktail and coffee enthusiasts alike.
- 1 shot Espresso
- 1 oz Kahlua
- 0.75 oz Butterscotch liqueur
- 1 oz Vanilla infused vodka
- 2 dashes Homemade Chinese five-spice bitters
- 1 dash Aztec chocolate bitters
- Ice cubes
- Put ice cubes in a tall glass.
- Add all the constituents in the order in which they are listed above.
- Cover the glass with a shaker tin and shake vigorously.
- Strain the mixture into a cocktail glass.
- Garnish with drops of Aztec chocolate bitters and serve.
13. Moscow Mule
A good ice-cold cup of Moscow Mule is not something one can easily resist. Delicious and refreshing yet quick and easy to prepare, you’ll never go wrong with this classic cocktail. You can make one in a jiffy, with vodka, lime, ginger, and soda as the main constituents. Create your own with this Moscow Mule recipe, or spice it up with these Moscow Mule variations!
- Squeeze lime into a copper mug.
- Add vodka and ice.
- Top with ginger beer.
- Garnish with a lime wheel.
If you're a fan of whiskey, then surely you've had a glass-or two-of Manhattan. This mix of rye, sweet vermouth, and bitters remains a drink of choice for many bartenders. There are many versions of Manhattan everywhere, but like they always say––once a classic, always a classic.
- Pour the constituents into a glass and add ice.
- Stir and strain into a coupe glass.
- Garnish with a maraschino cherry.
You don’t need to venture far and wide to score a glass of Margarita. It is, after all, a bar staple. As long as you have tequila, lime, and Cointreau, you can make one yourself in your own home! Here are our 3 Margarita Recipes You Can Make At Home.
- Add lime juice, Cointreau & tequila to shaker tin
- Add ice
- Shake well
- Dip rim of the glass in water
- Dip rim of the glass into salt
- Pour shaker tin contents into a glass
- Garnish w/ a lime wedge
Daiquiri is a cocktail you'd easily fall in love with. A combination of lime juice, white rum, and sugar syrup, this cocktail will surely have your taste buds aching for more! No wonder, it’s one of the best and most ordered bar cocktails in the world. We have the perfect Daiquiri recipe for you to try-which you can serve frozen too!
- Pour the rum, lime juice, and simple syrup into a shaker respectively.
- Add ice and shake vigorously.
- Strain into a chilled coupe glass.
- Garnish with a lime wheel and serve.
17. Dry Martini
After a long day at work, you'd want a drink that’s smooth and dry, and a beautiful glass of dry martini is just what you need. Give yourself a treat with just a gin, French vermouth, orange bitters. Garnish with a green olive and you’re all set.
- 3 oz.Gin
- 1/2 oz. Dry vermouth
- Orange bitters
- Pour the ingredients into a glass and stir.
- Strain the mixture into a chilled martini glass.
- Garnish with a green olive.
18. Whiskey Sour
On no. 18th of best cocktails list, we have Whiskey Sour, another bourbon classic. Sour but faintly sweet, this go-to drink boasts its not-so-complicated mix of simple ingredients of bourbon, lemon juice, and a dash of sugar. Check out our Whiskey Sour recipe here.
- Start off with a cooled glass to contain the classic drink.
- With the help of your shaker, put all constituents in, add ice, and dry shake.
- Pour the mixture in your chosen cooled glass and add angostura for a little punch.
- Top with cherry for garnish and enjoy!
On the top 2 of the list, this year is Negroni. Coincidentally, this drink that you can easily and quickly prepare at home is also a top choice for the polled bars. Sour and subtly sweet, whip yourself up a glass in a jiffy by using these three simple ingredients: Gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari. Prepare a glass of Negroni yourself with this recipe.
- 1-1/2 oz gin
- 3/4 oz Campari
- 3/4 oz Sweet vermouth
- Orange peel
- Large ice cube
- Build over ice in a large mixing glass.
- Stir with mixing spoon
- Strain over a large ice cube
- Garnish with orange peel
20. Old Fashioned
For the past five years, this bourbon classic has topped the poll as the world’s best selling cocktail. It's not difficult to see why. This drink is the perfect mix of the citrusy sweet goodness of oranges, lemons, and cherries and the sour smoothness of whiskey. Such an unbeatable cocktail tastes incredible with Angostura bitters and club soda, too. Want one? Here’s how you can make the best-selling cocktail.
- Put one sugar cube in a glass.
- Add 7 dashes of Angostura. Then, a splash of club soda.
- Crush the sugar using a muddler.
- Coat the glass by rotating it.
- Pour in the bourbon.
- Add a large ice cube. To make a round ice cube, you can use our ice ball maker mold. You can make four round ice-ball spheres using this silicone ice tray.
- Garnish the drink with orange and lemon peels and cherries.
Caipirinha is often considered the national drink of Brazil.
- 1/2 lime, quartered
- 1 teaspoon white sugar
- 2 1/2 fluid ounces cachaca
- 1 cup ice cubes
- In a large rocks glass squeeze and drop in 2 eighths of lime.
- Add sugar, crush and mix with a spoon.
- Pour in the cachaca and plenty of ice. Stir well.
22. Tom Collins
- 1 1/2 cups ice
- 2 fluid ounces gin
- 3/4 fluid ounce lemon juice
- 1/2 fluid ounce simple syrup
- 1 cup ice
- 2 fluid ounces club soda
- 1 lemon wedge
- Fill a Collins glass with 1 1/2 cups ice, set aside in the freezer.
- Combine gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a cocktail shaker.
- Add 1 cup ice, cover and shake until chilled. Strain into the chilled Collins glass.
- Top with club soda and garnish with a lemon wedge.
23. Piña Colada
- 1 1/2 cup ice
- 1/2 cup diced pineapple, frozen
- 2 ounces pineapple juice
- 2 ounces coconut cream
- 1 1/2 ounces white rum
- 1 ounce dark rum
- Pineapple slices
- Put the ice, frozen pineapple, juice, coconut cream, and the white and dark rums into a blender.
- Blend until smooth and frosty.
- Pour the drink into 2 glasses and garnish the rim with pineapple slices.
24. Irish Coffee
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 1/2 fluid ounces whiskey
- 6 fluid ounces hot coffee
- 1 teaspoon white sugar, or more to taste (optional)
- 1/4 cup whipped cream
- Place sugar on a plate or shallow bowl.
- Lightly wet the rim of an Irish coffee glass with a moistened paper towel.
- Dip the rim in sugar to coat.
- Pour Irish whiskey into the prepared glass.
- Fill with coffee to within 1/2 inch of top.
- Add sugar and stir. Top with whipped cream.
25. Long Island Iced Tea
- 1/2 fluid ounce vodka
- 1/2 fluid ounce rum
- 1/2 fluid ounce gin
- 1/2 fluid ounce tequila
- 1/2 fluid ounce triple sec (orange-flavored liqueur)
- 1 fluid ounce sweet and sour mix
- 1 fluid ounce cola, or to taste
- 1 lemon slice
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Pour vodka, rum, gin, tequila, triple sec, and sour mix over ice; cover and shake.
- Pour cocktail into a Collins glass; top with a splash of cola for color.
- Garnish with a lemon slice.
Each cocktail above has its own unique story. Some of these stories are dated for more than a century ago-yet the cocktails remain popular and in-demand ‘til this day. Such cocktails are referred to as the classics, which are listed below:
- Dark and Stormy
- Dry Martini
- Gin Fizz
- Mint Julep
- Moscow Mule
- Old Fashioned
- Vieux Carre
Cocktails for Men
Everyone (of legal age, of course!) can enjoy cocktails. And for most men, the strongest tasting cocktails are the best choices. Among the world’s top cocktails, here are some of the cocktails most ordered by men:
- Old Fashioned
- Dry Martini
- Whiskey Sour
Cocktails for Women
Girls’ Night Outs are always fun. And what makes them a lot more enjoyable? Cocktails, of course! Check out the most preferred cocktails that women order at the bar this year.
Easy Cocktails: Best to Make at Home
We brought you the Best Cocktails to Order at a Bar. Now, get ready for cocktails you can make at your own home! These cocktails are composed of three to four ingredients that you can whip up in a jiffy anytime you like.
Now that you know the best cocktails in the world to try. You should know that we have created this list based on many different recommendations from bars and other liquor connoisseurs. Now the only thing remaining is for you to look out for some copper mugs where you can enjoy these cocktails. At Advanced Mixology, we have an array of copper mugs that are sure to enhance the elegance of your mood and cocktails.