The 5 More Popular Drinks

The 5 More Popular Drinks

Here’s the most popular drinks in the world, i am pretty sure everybody knows one of them. 

#5 Daiquiri

 1 1/2 oz of rum (I really like Appleton brown for this recipe)

1 oz fresh lime juice

1/6 oz simple Syrup

A little bit of orange peel


#4 Dry Martini

1 1/2 oz of dry gin

1/4 oz of dry vermouth

1-2 ice cubes

3 green olives


#3 Whiskey Sour

1 1/2 oz of American whiskey

1/2 oz of lemon juice

1/2 oz of cane syrup (simple syrup)

1 maraschino cherry

Ice cubes


#2 Negroni

1 oz of dry gin

1 oz of bitter liqueur (Campari or other kind)

1 oz of red vermouth

Some ice cubes

1/2 orange slice


#1 Old Fashioned

2 1/2 oz of whiskey (American)

2 of drops Angostura bitters

1 orange wedge

1 sugar cube

Some ice cubes

Lemon zest

1 maraschino cherries


Did you know that there’s no doubt this drink is the pioneer of all drinks. It was first made in Kentucky, by a man named James Pepper. The type of glass in which it was served also inherited the name old-fashioned, and it is now used for drinks served with ice. It’s the most popular drink in the North Amercia.

Comment down below what’s your favorite drink, or share your own recipe.

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