List of cocktails

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A cocktail is a mixed drink typically made with a distilled liquor (such as arrack, brandy, cachaça, gin, rum, tequila, vodka, or whiskey) as its base ingredient that is then mixed with other ingredients or garnishments. Sweetened liqueurs, wine, or beer may also serve as the base or be added. If beer is one of the ingredients, the drink is called a beer cocktail.

Cocktails often also contain one or more types of juice, fruit, honey, milk or cream, spices, or other flavorings. Cocktails may vary in their ingredients from bartender to bartender, and from region to region. Two creations may have the same name but taste very different because of differences in how the drinks are prepared.

This article is organized by the primary type of alcohol (by volume) contained in the beverage. Cocktails marked with

IBA

are designated as "IBA Official Cocktails" by the International Bartenders Association, and are some of the most popular cocktails worldwide.

Absinthe[edit]

Beer[edit]

Cocktails made with beer are classified as beer cocktails.


Brandy[edit]

Cachaça[edit]

* Caipirinha

IBA

Gin[edit]

A martini is a classic gin-based cocktail.

Ouzo[edit]

Rum[edit]

Sake[edit]

Tequila[edit]

Vodka[edit]

Whisky[edit]

Wines[edit]

Fortified wines[edit]

The following drinks are technically cocktails because fortified wines are a mixture of distilled spirits and wine.

Wine[edit]

A Champagne cocktail with a raspberry garnish

Wine variation[edit]

The following drinks are not technically cocktails unless wine is secondary by volume to a distilled beverage, since wine is a fermented beverage not a distilled one.

Sparkling wine[edit]

Champagne[edit]

Red wine[edit]

Mulled wine steeping (Swedish glögg)

White wine[edit]

Flavored Liqueurs[edit]

Anise-flavored liqueurs[edit]

Herbsaint
Pastis

Chocolate liqueur[edit]

  • Chocolate martini

Coffee liqueurs[edit]

Coffee-flavored drinks

Cream liqueurs[edit]

A liqueur containing cream, imparting a milkshake-like flavor

Crème de menthe
Crème de menthe – green

An intensely green, mint-flavored liqueur

Crème de menthe – white

A colorless mint-flavored liqueur

Fruit liqueurs[edit]

Apple-flavored[edit]

Orange-flavored[edit]

One of several orange-flavored liqueurs, like Grand Marnier, Triple Sec, or Curaçao

Other fruit flavors[edit]

Midori liqueur

A clear, bright-green, melon-flavored liqueur

Nut-flavored liqueurs[edit]

Almond-flavored liqueurs

Swedish Punsch-flavored cocktails[edit]

Misc. liqueur based cocktails[edit]

Less common spirits[edit]

Bitters[edit]

Cachaça[edit]

Pisco[edit]

Schnapps[edit]

Other[edit]

Historical classes of cocktails[edit]

  • Cobbler – traditional long drink that is characterized by a glass ​34 filled with crushed or shaved ice that is formed into a centered cone, topped by slices of fruit
  • Collins – traditional long drink stirred with ice in the same glass it is served in and diluted with club soda, e.g. Tom Collins
  • Crusta – characterized by a sugar rim on the glass, spirit (brandy being the most common), maraschino liqueur, aromatic bitters, lemon juice, curaçao, with an entire lemon rind as garnish

  • Daisy – traditional long drink consisting of a base spirit, lemon juice, sugar, and grenadine. The most common daisy cocktail is the Brandy Daisy. Other commonly known daisies are the Whiskey Daisy, Bourbon Daisy, Gin Daisy, Rum Daisy, Lemon Daisy (the non-alcoholic variant), Portuguese Daisy (port and brandy), Vodka Daisy, and Champagne Daisy.
  • Fix – traditional long drink related to Cobblers, but mixed in a shaker and served over crushed ice
  • Fizz – traditional long drink including acidic juices and club soda, e.g. Gin Fizz
  • Flip – traditional half-long drink that is characterized by inclusion of sugar and egg yolk
  • Julep – base spirit, sugar, and mint over ice. The most common is the Mint Julep. Other variations include Gin Julep, Whiskey Julep, Pineapple Julep, and Georgia Mint Julep.
  • Negus – wine (often port wine), mixed with hot water, oranges or lemons, spices, and sugar
  • Punch – wide assortment of drinks, generally containing fruit or fruit juice; see also punsch
  • Rickey – highball made from usually gin or bourbon, lime, and carbonated water
  • Sangria – red wine and chopped fruit, often with other ingredients such as orange juice or brandy
  • Shrub – one of two different types of drink – a fruit liqueur typically made with rum or brandy mixed with sugar and the juice or rinds of citrus fruit, or a vinegared syrup with spirits, water, or carbonated water
  • Sling – traditional long drink prepared by stirring ingredients over ice in the glass and filling up with juice or club soda
  • Smoking Bishop – type of mulled wine, punch or wassail
  • Sour – mixed drink consisting of a base liquor, lemon or lime juice, and a sweetener
  • Toddy – mix of liquor and water with honey or sugar and herbs and spices, served hot

By mixer[edit]

Strawberry[edit]

Strawberries can be muddled or puréed and added to many drinks, and they are liquor-friendly, being compatible with, e.g., bourbon whiskey,[1] Cointreau, vodka, tequila, rum, and Champagne,[2] among other spirits and liqueurs and so on.[3]

Some recipes call for a strawberry syrup that can be made using strawberries, vanilla extract, sugar, and water.[4] Some strawberry cocktail recipes do not call for a syrup, but rely on puréed strawberries to play that part.[5]

Strawberries are often mixed with basil.[6] Strawberry is popular in smashes since after the beverage has been drank, the alcohol-infused strawberries can be consumed as well.

  • Strawberry berryoska (Russian Standard Vodka, lemonade, strawberries)[7]
  • Strawberry whiskey lemonade (whiskey, lemon juice, strawberry syrup)[8]
  • Champagne Bowler (Cognac, white wine, sparkling wine, simple syrup, strawberries)[9]
  • Cherub's cup (vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, Brut Rosé sparkling wine, lemon juice, simple syrup, strawberry)[10]
  • Christmas Jones (vodka, sugar, pineapple juice, lemon-lime soda, strawberries)[11]
  • Fresh strawberry and lime Tom Collins (gin, lime juice, club soda, agave, strawberries)[12]
  • Kentucky kiss (Maker's Mark bourbon, lemon juice, maple syrup, club soda, strawberries)[13]
  • Strawberry beer margarita (tequila, Corona beer, limeade concentrate, lemon lime soda, strawberries)[14]
  • Strawberry gin and tonic (gin, lime juice, orange bitters, tonic water, strawberry syrup)[15]
  • Strawberry mint sparkling limeade (Champagne, mint leaves, lime juice, honey)[2]
  • Strawberry rose gin fizz (gin, sugar, rose water, salt, club soda, strawberries)[16]
  • Strawberry Pom mojito (white rum, mint leaves, lime juice, pomegranate juice, club soda or lime soda, strawberries)[17]
  • Strawberry gin smash (gin, strawberries, sugar, lime juice, elderflower liquor, club soda, mint sprigs)[18]
  • Strawberry smash (vodka, basil leaves, lemon juice, honey, club soda, strawberries)[19]

Carrot juice[edit]

Carrot juice can be mixed with spirits such as agave spirits, whiskey, tequila, gin, or mezcal. Vodka is sometimes chosen because its neutral taste allows more of the carrot juice taste to shine through. Carrot juice can also be mixed with liqueurs such as amaro. ginger, orange, lemon and honey can be other ingredients in carrot juice cocktails. Turmeric infusions are also common. Examples of drinks made with carrot juice include:[20]

Pineapple juice[edit]

  • Piña colada (light rum, pineapple juice, cream of coconut)[22][23]
  • Shark bite (coconut rum, pineapple juice, blue curaçao)[24]
  • Yaka Hula Hickey Dula (dark rum, dry vermouth, pineapple juice)[25]
  • Electric shark (rum, blue curaçao, pineapple juice, ginger beer)[26]
  • Jungle Bird (dark rum, campari, simple syrup, pineapple juice, lime juice)[27]
  • Wiki wiki (rhum, mango brandy, lime juice, pineapple juice, cane syrup, kiwi)
  • Chuck Yeager (named after American Air Force Pilot Chuck Yeager. Includes pineapple juice and Jägermeister)[28]

Smashed fruit[edit]

A smash is a casual icy julep (spirits, sugar, and herb)[29] cocktail filled with hunks of fresh fruit, so that after the liquid part of the drink has been consumed, one can also eat the alcohol-infused fruit (e.g. strawberries). The history of smashes goes back at least as far as the 1862 book How to Mix Drinks.[30] The Old Style Whiskey Smash was an example of an early smash.[31]

The herb used in a smash is often mint, although basil is sometimes used in cocktails that go well with it, e.g. many strawberry cocktails. The name "smash" comes from the idea that on a hot day, one takes whatever fruit is on hand and smashes it all together to make a refreshing beverage.[32] Generally a smash will have crushed ice.[33]

  • Apple bourbon smash (bourbon, honeycrisp apple, honey, lemon, nutmeg, cardamom)[34]
  • Blueberry smash (vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, lemon rounds, lime rounds, blueberries, mint leaves)[35]
  • Bourbon blackberry smash (bourbon, lime juice, mint leaves, blackberries, simple syrup, club soda)[36]
  • Bourbon peach smash (bourbon, brown sugar simple syrup, peach, mint leaves, ginger beer or seltzer)[37]
  • Bourbon strawberry smash (bourbon, strawberries, simple syrup, lemon juice, mint leaves, club soda)[38]
  • Cranberry smash (vodka or bourbon, cranberries, mint leaves, lime, brown sugar, ginger ale)[39]
  • Grapefruit smash (cachaça, ruby red grapefruit, simple syrup, mint)[40]
  • Kiwi smash (gin, basil leaves, kiwifruit, honey syrup, lemon juice)[41]
  • Pear bourbon smash (bourbon, maple syrup, water, pear, mint leaves, lemon juice)[42]
  • Pineapple smash (spiced rum, pineapple rum, pineapple rings, lime juice, soda water)[43]
  • Raspberry smash (Champagne, vodka, lime wedges, sugar, raspberries)[44]
  • Watermelon smash (Vodka, watermelon juice, lemon juice, simple syrup, mint leaves)[45]
  • Whiskey smash (bourbon whiskey, muddled lemon wedges, simple syrup, and (optionally) muddled mint leaves)

Lemonade[edit]

A number of hard lemonades, such as Lynchburg Lemonade (whose alcoholic ingredient is Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey) have been marketed.

  • Boozy lemonade sorbet (vodka, lemon sorbet, lemonade)[46]
  • Fireball lemonade (Fireball cinnamon whisky, grenadine, lemonade)[47]
  • John Daly (vodka, sweet iced tea, lemonade)
  • Lemonade margarita (tequila blanco, Cointreau, and either frozen lemonade from concentrate or a naturally sweetened lemonade made of lemon juice, maple syrup or agave, and water)[48][49]
  • Moscato lemonade (vodka, pink Moscato, strawberry lemonade)[50]
  • Vodka lemonade slush (vodka, frozen lemonade concentrate, lemon zest)[51]
  • Boozy frozen lemonade (limoncello, lemon vodka, or lemon liqueur; lemon; sugar; lemonade)[52]
  • Fresh raspberry vodka lemonade (vodka, raspberries, sugar, lemonade)[53]
  • Lemonade grape cocktail (vodka, triple sec, grape soda, lemonade)[54]
  • Lemonade rum punch (coconut rum, dark rum, pineapple juice, lemonade)[55]
  • Long Island Iced Tea (vodka, tequila, gin, light rum, orange-flavored liqueur, simple syrup, lemon juice, cola carbonated beverage)[56]
  • Pink lemonade vodka punch (vodka, lemon-lime soda or club soda, raspberries, lemon, pink lemonade concentrate)[57]
  • Sangria lemonade (light rum, white wine, raspberries, orange, Granny Smith apple, lemonade)[58]
  • Sour apple smash (apple vodka, pineapple rum, apple pucker, lemonade)[59]
  • Spiked pineapple lemonade (vodka, pineapple, lemons or limes, mint, pineapple juice, lemonade)[60]
  • Strawberry lemonade margarita (tequila, triple sec, strawberries, limes, frozen lemonade)[61]
  • Tom Collins (gin, lemon juice, sugar, and carbonated water)
  • Watermelon vodka slush (vodka or watermelon vodka, watermelon, honey or simple syrup, lemonade)[62]

Lemon-lime soda[edit]

A lemon-lime soda cocktail is a cocktail made with lemon-lime soda such as Sprite. This includes many coolers. Henry's Hard Soda sold a Henry's Hard Lemon Lime soda.[63]

  • 7 and 7 (whisky and 7 Up)
  • Citrus splash (vodka, Sprite, and grapefruit juice)[64]
  • Corbins Riptide Crash (blueberry vodka, Frost Riptide Rush, Sprite)[65]
  • Midori sour (melon liqueur, lime juice, lemon-lime soda)[66]
  • Mediterranean Sunset (vodka, blood orange liqueur, Sprite, grenadine)[64]
  • Mexican martini (tequila, Cointreau, orange juice, lime juice, green olive brine, Sprite)
  • Orange crush (vodka, orange liqueur, navel orange, lemon-lime soda)[67][68]
  • Pimm's cocktail (Pimm's No. 1, lemon, ginger ale, cucumber, ice cubes, lemonade)[69]
  • Pink lemonade vodka punch (vodka, raspberries, lemon, pink lemonade concentrate, lemon-lime soda)[70]
  • Pink lemonade vodka slush (vodka, frozen pink lemonade concentrate, soda water, lemon-lime soda)[71]
  • Sex in the driveway (vodka, peach schnapps, blue curaçao, Sprite)[72]
  • Smirnoff Passion Fruit Punch (vodka, cranberry juice, pineapple juice, grapefruit juice, bitters, lemon-lime soda)
  • Whiskey Sprite lime cocktail (Irish whiskey, Sprite, soda water, lime wedge)[73]

Apple juice[edit]

Hard cider has been produced by a number of companies, e.g. Woodchuck Hard Cider. Apple-flavored malt beverage products have also been sold my companies like Redd's Apple Ale, but these do not actually contain fermented apple juice.

  • Szarlotka (Żubrówka vodka and unfiltered apple juice)
  • Apple chai gin and tonic (dry gin, apple chai syrup, tonic)[74]
  • Hard apple cider slushie (Fireball whiskey, cinnamon or crushed Red Hots, hard apple cider)[75]
  • Angry hard cider slushie (white rum, lime juice, white sugar, strawberries, hard cider)[76]
  • Appletini (vodka, Calvados, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Granny Smith apple juice)[77]
  • Boozy apple cider slushie (bourbon, brown-sugar cinnamon simple syrup, lemon juice, dry hard cider, apple cider or juice)[78]
  • Boozy cider slushie (bourbon, ginger beer, chai tea, lemon juice, apple cider)[79]
  • Bourbon cider slushie (bourbon, cinnamon vanilla syrup, lemon juice, apple cider)[80]
  • Fizzy apple cocktail (cognac, champagne, apple juice, simple syrup, green apple chunks)[81]

Grape juice[edit]

  • Gin and grape juice[82]
  • Early morning piece (Jack Daniel's whiskey, orange juice, grape juice)[83]
  • Episcopal punch (vodka, ginger ale, white sparkling grape juice)[84]
  • Grape ape/Bling Bling[85] (vodka, lemon-lime soda, grape juice)[86]
  • Grape fizz (Seagram's grape twisted gin, ginger ale, white grape juice)[87]
  • Grape rocket (Whiskey, vodka, grape juice)[88]
  • Jeweler's hammer (vodka, soda water, grape juice)[89]
  • John Rocker (vodka, peach schnapps, white grape juice)[90]
  • Boozy Concord-grape ice pops (gin, juniper berries, sugar, lime juice, Concord grape juice)[91]
  • Frosty grape fizz (gin or vodka, orange liqueur, soda water, purple grape juice)[92]
  • Grape quencher (Vodka, triple sec, lime juice, grape juice)[93]
  • Henry Joose (Bombay Sapphire gin, Seagram's Extra Dry gin, 7-up, cranapple juice, grape juice)[94]
  • Mardi Grape (Grape Vodka, grapefruit juice, club soda, grape juice)[95]
  • Mardi Gras madness (Vodka, pineapple juice, lemon-lime soda, grape juice)[96]
  • Purple rain (Greenbar Tru Lemon Vodka, Licor, lemon juice, grape juice)[97]
  • Transfusion (vodka, ginger syrup, lime juice, Concord grape juice ice cubes, and club soda)
  • White grape margarita (tequila, triple sec, lime juice, white grape juice)[98]

Ginger soda[edit]

A ginger soda cocktail is a cocktail with ginger ale or ginger beer. Small Town Brewery produced the 5.90% ABV Not Your Father's Ginger Ale.[99] Coney Island Brewing Co. Henry's Hard Soda produced the 4.2% ABV Henry's Hard Ginger Ale. Others have included Crabbie's Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer (4.8 percent) and Spiced Orange Alcoholic Ginger Beer (4.8 percent), Fentimen's Alcoholic Ginger Beer (4 percent), and New City Ginger Beer (8 percent).[100]

  • Dark 'n' Stormy (rum and ginger beer)
  • Presbyterian (scotch and ginger ale)[101]
  • Screwdriver mule (Smirnoff Ice Screwdriver and ginger beer)
  • Whiskey highball (rye whisky and ginger ale)
  • Dirty Shirley (vodka, grenadine, and ginger ale)
  • Irish mule (Irish whiskey, ginger ale, lime juice)
  • Moscow mule (vodka, ginger beer, lime juice)
  • White wine ginger spritz (dry white wine, ginger beer, lime juice)
  • Cider and stormy (apple cider, dark rum, ginger beer)
  • Ginger apple cooler (apple whiskey, maple syrup, lemon juice, ginger beer)
  • Ginger fizz (gin, alcoholic ginger beer, muddled limes and cilantro)
  • Stoli alibi (vodka, ginger simple syrup, lime juice)[102]

Cola[edit]

Some cola cocktails are made by the brewer; for example, McAles sells a "hard cola" that is a malt beverage with kola and other natural flavors and caramel color added.[103] Jack Daniel's and Miller Brewing also introduced a hard cola, "Black Jack Cola".[104] Henry's Hard Soda introduced a hard cherry cola.

Tonic[edit]

A tonic cocktail is a cocktail that contains tonic syrup or tonic water. Tonic water is usually combined with gin for a gin and tonic, or mixed with vodka. However, it can also be used in cocktails with cognac, cynar, Lillet Blanc or Lillet Rosé, rum, tequila, or white port.[106]

  • Gin and tonic[107]
  • Vodka tonic
  • Tequila and tonic (tequila, tonic water, lime juice)
  • Albra (vodka, cynar, mint syrup, lemon juice, tonic water)[108]
  • Cucumber cooler (gin, cucumber juice, pineapple syrup, lime juice, tonic water)[109]
  • Gunga din (gin, pineapple juice, lime juice, simple syrup, cardamom pods, tonic)[110]
  • Lavender blanc (Lillet blanc, Dolin blanc, lavender bitters, tonic water)[111]
  • Peach fever (tequila, Bénédictine, muddled peach, tonic syrup)
  • Yellowjacket jubilee (gin, lavender cordial, ginger syrup, lemon juice, soda water)[112]

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