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An Integral Catalogue of the World’s Most Famous Cocktails, Ranked by Popularity

You, the cocktail connoisseur, may have questioned what drinks are universally recognized as the best. What are the cocktails that bartenders all across the world are mixing up for their thirsty patrons? Which items never go out of style and are making a statement right now?

The yearly list of Beverages International, a trade journal that polls the best bars worldwide and asks them to name their best-selling beverages, provides us with the information we need to answer these questions. To help you better understand and appreciate these libations, we’ve provided cocktail recipes, background information, and fun facts.


Number Fifty: Airmail

The Air Mail, a Champagne-topped variation of the Daiquiri that Bacardi popularized in the 1930s, is shown here for the first time. Like its companion list-maker, the French 75, this cocktail is ideally served in a highball glass, but opinions vary.


Bacardi rum, 2 ounces
Lime juice, half an ounce
1/2 ounce of honey
Sparkling wine or champagne


Strain the rum, lime juice, and honey over ice in a highball glass filled with ice and shake vigorously.
Put some Champagne or sparkling wine on top and give it a little toss.
Add a lime wedge for presentation.

Location: Southside

The history of the Southside is as murky as that of the drink it was named for. The specific characteristics of its flavor are elusive, even though it is wonderful. Is it a Mojito with gin? What about a minty Gimlet? No matter how you slice it, we’re glad to see the Southside back on our list after a lengthy absence.


Two ounces of gin, one ounce of lemon juice
3/4 ounce of simple syrup
Mint, to taste, about six to eight leaves


Combine mint leaves and simple syrup in a cocktail shaker and muddle.
Put in some ice, lemon juice, and gin.
Shake vigorously and pour into a martini or coupe.
Put a mint leaf on top.

Hanky Panky

Amaro is becoming more and more popular as a result of the advocacy of bartenders all over the world. Gin, sweet vermouth, and a touch of Fernet-Branca are all you need to make this easy cocktail.


1 1/2 oz. gin
Sweet vermouth, 1.5 ounces
That’s right: – 2 dashes Fernet-Branca


Chill all ingredients by stirring them with ice in a mixing glass.
Put through a strainer into a cold martini or coupe.
Add a twist of orange peel as a garnish.

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The 47 Old Fashioned with Rum

If you want to highlight the unique barrel flavor of an aged rum, the Rum Old Fashioned is the drink for you. Like simple syrup and bitters complement the rum’s natural spice and vanilla overtones in an Old Fashioned, allspice dram, Demerara syrup, and bitters do the same.


Aged rum, 2 ounces; allspice dram, 14 ounce
2 dashes of nutmeg – 1/4 ounce of Demerara syrup Orange bitters and a splash of Angostura


Chill all ingredients by stirring them with ice in a mixing glass.
Pour through a fine mesh strainer into a rocks glass filled with ice.
Add an orange peel as a garnish.

Armies and Navies

A splash of orgeat and a dash of Angostura bitters give this traditional gin drink a tiki spin, creating the Army & Navy. Although its precise beginnings are shrouded in mystery, two competing hypotheses suggest that it was either invented to celebrate an annual football game between members of the U.S. military forces or that it was initially offered on the menu of Washington D.C.’s Army & Navy Club.


Mix 2 ounces of gin with 3/4 ounces of lemon juice.
Orgeat: 1/2 ounce Angostura bitters: 1 dash


Stir the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice and pour into a coupe or martini glass.
Use a lemon peel as a garnish.


This fruity spin on a classic gin drink was created in the 1980s by British bartender Dick Bradsell and calls for London Dry gin, lemon juice sugar syrup, and Merlet Crème de Mures. This year, the blackcurrant confection rose 11 spots.


London Dry Gin, 2 ounces
One Ounce of Lemon Juice
Half an ounce of basic syrup
Blackberry liqueur Merlet Crème de Mures (half an ounce)


Mix the gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup with ice in a shaker and pour into a rocks glass.
Blackberry liqueur should be drizzled on top of the cocktail.
Serve with a slice of lemon and some fresh blackberries.


Campari, sweet vermouth, and club soda come together to form the Americano, a light and pleasant drink. Because Campari is from Milan and vermouth is from Turin, the cocktail was once called the Milano-Torino. Still, it was renamed during Prohibition to commemorate the American travelers who enjoyed it so much.


An Ounce of Campari
Sweet vermouth, 1 ounce
Tonic water


Combine the Campari and vermouth in a highball glass filled with ice.
Club soda to the top and give it a light swirl.
Put an orange slice on top as a garnish.


James Bond famously requested the Vesper, a drink made of gin, vodka, and Lillet Blanc, a French aperitif wine, in the movie Casino Royale. He also honored the novel’s antagonist, Vesper Lynd, by giving the ship her name.


Measure out: 3 ounces of gin, 1 ounce of vodka, and 1/2 ounce of Lillet Blanc.


Stir the ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice and pour into a coupe or martini glass.
Use a lemon peel as a garnish.

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The Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in the world and one of the most adaptable, thanks to tequila. It’s versatile because you may adjust the sweetness, spiciness, and fruitiness to your liking. Serve on the rocks or in a blender with orange liqueur, lime juice, and tequila.


Tequila, 2 ounces
An orange liqueur (like Cointreau or Grand Marnier) to the tune of 1 ounce
Lime juice, 3/4 ounce
Salt Wedge of Lime


Use a lime wedge to moisten the rim of a rock’s glass, then dip it in salt.
Get a glass and fill it with ice.
Mix the tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice with ice in a shaker and pour into a chilled cocktail glass.
Add a lime wedge for presentation.

Clover Club

The Clover Club was a Philadelphia gentlemen’s club, and the drink that bore its name was popular there before Prohibition. Elegant and delectable, this cocktail is a frothy blend of gin, raspberry syrup, lemon juice, and egg white.


2 oz. gin
Half a cup of fresh lemon juice
1/4 of an ounce of raspberry syrup
A single egg white


For an egg white emulsion, dry the ingredients (without ice) for around 15 seconds in a shaker.
Shake once more with ice to cool.
Put through a strainer into a cold martini or coupe.
Use raspberries or a squeeze of lemon as a garnish.


The Boulevardier is simply a Negroni, except that whisky is used instead of gin, giving the drink a deeper flavor. Erskine Gwynne, a writer born in the United States who moved to France and started a monthly magazine named Boulevardier, is responsible for its creation.


– 1 ounce Campari – 1 and a half ounces of bourbon or rye whiskey
Sweet vermouth, 1 ounce


Chill all ingredients by stirring them with ice in a mixing glass.
Pour through a fine mesh strainer into a rocks glass filled with ice.
– Cherry or orange peel for garnish.


The Caipirinha, the national cocktail of Brazil, is a tasty and refreshing choice. Cachaça, a sugarcane spirit with a grassy and fruity flavor, lime wedges, and sugar make up the rest of the ingredients.


Cachaça, 2 ounces
One-half lime, segmented
2 tsp. of sugar


Combine sugar cubes and lime wedges in a rocks glass and muddle.
Cachaça should be poured over ice in a tall glass.
Blend and savor.

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