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Cocktails

cocktail is a mixed drink typically made with a distilled beverage (such as,  ginbrandyvodkawhiskeytequilacachaça or rum) that is mixed with other ngredients. If beer is one of the ngredients, the drink is called a beer cocktail.

Cocktails contain one or more types of liqueurjuicefruitsaucehoneymilk or creamspices, 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. Further organization details about the article are as follows:

  • 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 linked. Cocktails without separate articles are listed below, along with their primary ingredients and notable facts.[1]
  • This article is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all cocktails or every variation thereof, and cocktails for which sufficient information is not available are not included.

Usage and related terms

A cocktail more specifically may mean a beverage with at least three flavors, one of which is alcohol. More specifically still, it must contain alcohol, a sugar, and a bitter/citrus. When a mixed drink contains only a distilled spirit and a mixer, such as soda or fruit juice, it is a highball; many of the International Bartenders Association Official Cocktails are highballs. When a mixed drink contains only a distilled spirit and a liqueur, it is a duo and when it adds a mixer, it is a trio. Additional ingredients may be sugarhoneymilkcream, and various herbs.[1]

Cocktail Party

A cocktail party is a party at which cocktails are served. It is sometimes called a “cocktail reception”. Women who attend a cocktail party may wear a cocktail dress. A cocktail hat is sometimes worn as a fashion statement.

After Coffee party

The Coffee Party USA was established on January 26, 2010, on the social networking site Facebook. It was founded by documentary filmmakers and political activists Annabel Park and Eric Byler.[10][11] After becoming increasingly frustrated with the incivility and obstructionism in political discourse, and the media narrative that the Tea Party represented America, Park posted a rant on her Facebook page. Numerous positive responses from friends prompted her to start a “Join the Coffee Party Movement” fan page.

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