The Cocktail

There is much speculation as to the invention of the traditional mixed drink. Some say the origins are in England yet others point to America. Nevertheless, most historians agree that to be called a cocktail there is a mixture of ingredients that need to be present. These ingredients are sugar, water, bitters, other flavoring ingredients and alcohol.


During Prohibition alcoholic beverages were illegal. The good news was that you were still able to consume cocktails only illegally in places called speakeasies. With time cocktails began to slowly lose their popularity, until the 2000s when a cultural renaissance of the cocktail began forming called mixology.


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Periodically, we will post cocktails and their ingredients for the thirsty ones out there.


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Featured Cocktails

Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned was developed during the 19th century and given its name in the 1880s.

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Brazil’s national cocktail. The real origins are unknown, according to one account it began around 1918 in the state of São Paulo.

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Moscow Mule

Also known as a Vodka buck. The cocktail was invented in 1941. The Moscow mule is almost always served in a copper mug.

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Over the years, the Martini has become one of the best-known mixed alcoholic beverages.

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White Russian

This cocktail was first documented in the Oakland Tribune in November 1965 but is not Russian in origin, but so named due to vodka being the primary ingredient.

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