The Appletini cocktail is the most popular variation of the Martini, so much so that it even surpassed its predecessor and got to have its own variations made after it; one example is “Rumpletini”, which is made with rum instead of vodka.
The “Sex on the Beach” cocktail is one of the most notorious cocktails in the world not only because of its name, but also because it is associated with spring break and the wild fun students have on this long vacation in the United States especially.
The Gimlet cocktail is such a versatile mixed drink because it featured in numerous bartender recipe books, and each author came up with their own version, or with the version they considered to be tastiest; in fact, some people even replace the gin with vodka.
The Long Island Iced Tea cocktail is a very popular mixed drink ideal for warm summer afternoons because it contains lots of ice and is refreshing; however, one must be careful with consumption because it contains a high volume of alcohol, much more so than other highballs.
In all its simplicity, the Stinger cocktail enjoyed a lot of popularity, especially during the 1940s and 1950s, when it also featured in a lot of movies of the time, proving that it was not only fashionable, but tasty as well, in all its variations.
Beer cocktails can be a lot of fun at parties, and there are several reasons for that; they are exciting to prepare and consume, they are refreshing, and they are not very expensive either because they mostly contain beer.
The Cosmopolitan Cocktail is one of the most popular cocktails ever created, and it is generally believed it was first developed in the 1970s, after which it spread across the US and subsequently became the favorite drink of Carrie Bradshaw, the main character from the famous TV series Sex and the City.