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.A cocktail is a mixed drink typically made with a distilled beverage (such as gin, vodka, whiskey, tequila, or rum) that is mixed with other ingredients.^ Some cocktails with tequila, rum, vodka and gin...
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^ Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by ingredients .
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.If beer is one of the ingredients, the drink is called a beer cocktail.^ Overview I: Season Cocktails Spring Cocktails - creamy drinks with ice Summer Cocktails - the really refreshing ones Fall Cocktails - tasty drinks without ice Winter Cocktails - hot cocktails for cold nights Overview II: cocktails by alcoholic ingredient Overview III: cocktails by alphabet .
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Cocktails contain one or more types of liqueur, juice, fruit, sauce, 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.
  • Expanded articles are cross-referenced. .Cocktails without separate articles are listed below, along with their primary ingredients and any notable facts.^ List of cocktails - Nightlife Wikia Entertainment Create a new wiki Log in Create an account Nightlife Edit this page History Share this article Article Discussion .
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  • This article is not intended to be comprehensive list of all cocktails or every variation thereof, and cocktails for which sufficient information is not available are not included.

Cocktails with absinthe

Cocktails with beer

Cocktails made with beer are classified as beer cocktails.

Cocktails with brandy or cognac

Cocktails with cachaça

Cocktails with gin

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A martini is a classic
gin-based cocktail.

Cocktails with rum

This fruity, blended Piña Colada is typical of many rum-based cocktails.

Cocktails with sake

An American produced bottle of Ginjo-shu Sake.

Cocktails with tequila

Margaritas are commonly served cocktails at many Tex-Mex restaurants.

Cocktails with vodka

A Bloody Mary garnished with lemon, celery, olive, cheese, and a cold cut. Served on the rocks in a pint glass.

Cocktails with whiskey/whisky or bourbon

A classic 2:1 Manhattan, made with Canadian whisky, sweet vermouth, bitters, and a cherry
.Spelling: the Irish spell "whiskey" with an "e", but the Scottish spell "whisky" without the "e" (often simply referred to as "Scotch" outside of Scotland).^ Barley : Irish whiskey · Japanese whisky · Scotch whisky · Maize : Bourbon whiskey · Corn whiskey · Tennessee whiskey · Rice : Awamori · Rice baijiu · Soju · Rye : Rye whiskey · Sorghum : Baijiu ( Kaoliang ) .
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.Americans generally spell whiskey with an "e", but distinguish between Tennessee whiskey and Bourbon whiskey.^ Barley : Irish whiskey · Japanese whisky · Scotch whisky · Maize : Bourbon whiskey · Corn whiskey · Tennessee whiskey · Rice : Awamori · Rice baijiu · Soju · Rye : Rye whiskey · Sorghum : Baijiu ( Kaoliang ) .
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Canadians generally spell "whisky" without the "e".

Cocktails with wine, sparkling wine, or port

A Champagne cocktail with a Raspberry garnish
.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.^ Alcoholic beverages category · Drink Portal · Beer Portal · Beer WikiProject · Wine Portal · Wine WikiProject · Spirits WikiProject .
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^ Beer ( types ) · Wine ( types ) · Cider ( category ) · Mead ( category ) · Rice wine ( category ) · Other fermented beverages .
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Cocktails with a liqueur as the primary ingredient

Chocolate liqueurs

Coffee liqueurs

Coffee-flavored drinks

Cream liqueurs

A liqueur containing cream, imparting a milkshake-like flavor

Crème liqueurs

Creme de almond
A creamy, almond-flavored liqueur
Creme de Banane
A creamy, banana-flavored liqueur
  • Banshee
  • Chocolate Covered Banana
Crème de cacao - Brown
A brown-colored, chocolate-flavored liqueur
  • Brandy Alexander
  • Chocolate Covered Banana
Crème de cacao - White
A colorless chocolate-flavored liqueur
  • Banshee
  • Cricket
  • Golden Cadillac
  • Grasshopper
  • Locust
  • Pink Squirrel
Crème de menthe - Green
An intensely green, mint-flavored liqueur
  • Cricket
  • Grasshopper
  • Green Hornet
  • Orion Slave Girl
Crème de menthe - White
A colorless mint-flavored liqueur
  • Cricket
  • Locust
  • Stinger

Fruit liqueurs

Orange-flavored

One of several orange-flavored liqueurs, like Grand Marnier or Triple Sec
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Creamsicle
  • Golden Dream
  • Iguana Margarita
  • Kamikaze
  • Lemon Drop
  • Long Beach Iced Tea
  • Long Island Iced Tea
  • Margarita
  • Nuclear Iced Tea (aka Tokyo Tea)
  • Strawberry Margarita
  • Zombie
Curaçao - Blue
A clear, blue-colored, orange-flavored liqueur
  • Adios M.F.
  • Blue Eyes
  • Blue Margarita
  • Electric Martini
  • Pornstar

Other fruit flavors

Midori liqueur
A clear, bright-green, melon-flavored liqueur
  • Green Eyes
  • Illusion
  • Iguana Margarita
  • Midori Sour
  • Melon Ball
  • Nuclear Iced Tea (aka Tokyo Tea)
  • Nuclear Martini
  • Pixie Stick

Berry liqueurs

Flower liqueurs

Herbal liqueurs

Anise-flavored liqueurs

Licorice-flavored liqueurs
Galliano
Herbsaint
Pastis

Other herbal liqueurs

Tazer Tequila, jagermeister, and lime juice

Nut-flavored liqueurs

Almond-flavored liqueurs

Whisky liqueurs

Other liqueurs

Cocktails with less common spirits

Bitters (as a primary ingredient)

Schnapps

Other

Historical classes of cocktails

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  • Bishop
  • Cobbler — a traditional long drink that is characterized by a glass 3/4 filled with crushed or shaved ice that is formed into a centered cone, topped by slices of fruit
  • Collins — a traditional long drink stirred with ice in the same glass it is served in and diluted with club soda, e.g.^ The margarita glass, rimmed with salt, sugar, or plain, is a staple for the entire tequila/fruit mixed drink genre, including the margarita itself.
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    .Tom Collins
  • Crusta — characterized by a sugar rim on the glass (e.g.^ The margarita glass, rimmed with salt, sugar, or plain, is a staple for the entire tequila/fruit mixed drink genre, including the margarita itself.
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    Irish Coffee), brandy, maraschino liqueur, aromatic bitters, lemon juice, curacao, with an entire lemon rind as garnish
  • Daisy — a traditional long drink consisting of a base spirit, lemon juice, sugar, 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 — a traditional long drink related to Cobblers, but mixed in a shaker and served over crushed ice
  • Fizz — a traditional long drink including acidic juices and club soda, e.g.^ Finally, as with other popular liquors, there exist a number of shot-related drinking games and "stunt" drinks such as body shots .
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    ^ The margarita glass, rimmed with salt, sugar, or plain, is a staple for the entire tequila/fruit mixed drink genre, including the margarita itself.
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    Gin Fizz
  • Flip — a 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
  • Punch
  • Sangaree
  • Sling — a traditional long drink prepared by stirring ingredients over ice in the glass and filling up with juice or club soda
  • Smash
  • Sour
  • Toddy
  • Shrub - a cocktail made with a fruit syrup, usually with a vinegar base.^ As with most of the hard liquors, there is a martini variant that involves tequila as well as a large number of tequila drinks made by adding a fruit juice such as the Tequila Sunrise and Matador .
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See also

References

  1. ^ IBA Official Cocktail. International Bartender Association. Retrieved March 24, 2007.
  2. ^ Felten, Eric (November 28, 2007). "Chapter 1, Of Ice and Men". How's Your Drink?: Cocktails, Culture, and the Art of Drinking Well (1st ed.). Agate Surrey. pp. 18–21. ISBN 1572840897. http://books.google.com/books?id=ANSXqicDb4IC&pg=PA20&dq=%22Eric+Felten%22+%22how%27s+your+drink%22+shrub. Retrieved 2009-05-27. 

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