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A cocktail is a style of mixed drink. However, not all mixed drinks are cocktails. A cocktail usually contains one or more types of liquor and flavorings and one or more liqueurs, fruit juices, sauces, honey, milk, cream or spices, etc. The cocktail became popular with Prohibition in the United States. During Prohibition the art of mixing drinks became more and more important to mask the taste of bootlegged alcohol. The bartenders at a speakeasy would mix it with other ingredients, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. After the repeal of Prohibition, the skills developed in illegal bars became widespread and heralded the golden era of the cocktail, the 1930s. One of the oldest known cocktails, the Cognac-based Sazerac, dates from 1850s New Orleans, as many as 70 years prior to Prohibition.

Until the 1970s, cocktails were made predominantly with gin, whiskey or rum, and less commonly vodka. From the 1970s on, the popularity of vodka increased dramatically, and by the 1980s it was the predominant base for mixed drinks. Many cocktails traditionally made with gin, such as the gimlet, or the martini, may now be served by default with vodka.


The earliest known printed use of the word "cocktail," as originally determined by David Wondrich in October 2005 [citation needed] , was from "The Farmer's Cabinet", April 28, 1803, p [2]: "11. Drank a glass of cocktail - excellent for the head ... Call'd at the Doct's. found Burnham - he looked very wise - drank another glass of cocktail."

The second earliest and officially recognised known printed use of the word "cocktail" (and the most well-known) was in the May 13, 1806 edition of the Balance and Columbian Repository, a publication in Hudson, New York , where the paper provided the following answer to what a cocktail was:

"Cocktail is a stimulating liquor composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water, and bitters - it is vulgarly called a bittered sling and is supposed to be an excellent electioneering potion, inasmuch as it renders the heart stout and bold, at the same time that it fuddles the head. It is said, also to be of great use to a Democratic candidate: because a person, having swallowed a glass of it, is ready to swallow anything else."

It is believed that the term "cocktail" was first used in the village of Elmsford in Weschester County, New York after a local bar ran out of stirrers and resorted to use a cock's tail feathers to stir the drink.

The Sazerac, which is one of the oldest known cocktails, dates back as far as the 1850s

The first publication of a bartenders' guide which included cocktail recipes was in 1862: How to Mix Drinks; or, The Bon Vivant's Companion, by Professor Jerry Thomas. In addition to listings of recipes for Punches, Sours, Slings, Cobblers, Shrubs, Toddies, Flips, and a variety of other types of mixed drinks were 10 recipes for drinks referred to as "Cocktails". A key ingredient which differentiated "cocktails" from other drinks in this compendium was the use of bitters as an ingredient, although it is not to be seen in very many modern cocktail recipes.

During Prohibition in the United States (1919-1933), when the sale of alcoholic beverages was illegal, cocktails were still consumed illegally in establishments known as speakeasies. The quality of the alcohol available was far lower than was previously used, and bartenders generally put forth less effort in preparing the cocktails.

Cocktail recipes:

  • Champagne cocktails
  • Creamy cocktails
  • Frozen drinks
  • Hot drinks
  • Long drinks
  • Short drinks
  • Tropical cocktails

Cocktail recipes arranged by type:

  • Alexanders
  • Batidas
  • Bucks
  • Cobblers
  • Coladas
  • Collins
  • Cooler cocktails
  • Coolers
  • Cosmopolitans
  • Crustas
  • Daiquiris
  • Daisies
  • Fixes
  • Fizzes cocktails
  • Flips cocktails
  • Frappes
  • Highballs
  • Iced Tea cocktails
  • Juleps
  • Manhattans cocktails
  • Margaritas
  • Martinis cocktails
  • Mists
  • Old-fashioned
  • Pousse Cafe
  • Punch-style
  • Rickeys
  • Sangarees
  • Scaffas cocktails
  • Screws
  • Slings
  • Sours
  • Swizzles cocktails
  • Toddies cocktails

Cocktails by Deeper:

  • Gin
  • Rum
  • Tequila
  • Vodka
  • Whiskey

Cocktail recipes arranged by flavor:

  • Almond-flavored cocktails
  • Apple-flavored cocktails
  • Apricot-flavored cocktails
  • Banana-flavored cocktails
  • Berry-flavored cocktails
  • Cherry-flavored cocktails
  • Chocolate-flavored cocktails
  • Cinnamon-flavored cocktails
  • Citrus-flavored cocktails
  • Coconut-flavored cocktails
  • Coffee-flavored cocktails
  • Cranberry-flavored cocktails
  • Grape-flavored cocktails
  • Lemon-flavored cocktails
  • Mandarin-flavored cocktails
  • Mango-flavored cocktails
  • Melon-flavored cocktails
  • Orange-flavored cocktails
  • Peach-flavored cocktails
  • Peppermint-flavored cocktails
  • Spice-flavored cocktails
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