If you’re in your undergrad years you’re probably stocking up on rum and beer cans for obvious reasons – we’re all broke. What your missing out on is a bunch of exotic mixes and cocktails that most bars have to offer. Here’s a rounded up list of ten of the most enjoyed and popular bar drink there are
A great daiquiri is one of the most balanced cocktails. Though the Daiquiri is frequently made in a very slushie consistency, it is a very simple drink regularly infused with strawberry seasoning. It is basically white or dark rum, sugar, and lime, shaken over ice.
- Whiskey Sour
The Whiskey Sour is placed with the sour group of cocktails, where a sort of alcohol is splashed with citrus squeeze and sugar. The British Royal Navy slugged these down back in 18th century and even before, frequently with rum and lime, to fight scurvy. For those evenings when you need to scrub your sense of your own taste buds, get yourself a Whiskey Sour
- Dry Martini
There is no other mixed drink that has been publicised like the great martini, be it in movies or shows on the television . All you need are a martini shaker, a chilled glass, and a sensibly high liquor resistance. We’ve all seen James Bond drink a Martini the wrong way.
- Old Fashioned
The Old Fashioned is astoundingly great, and ideal for any individual who likes their bourbon drinks to be sweeter than usual. Whiskey, sugar, sharp flavoring, and water—is truly the cocktail that began everything.
Along with quality whiskey, what makes the manhattan stand out amongst whiskey cocktails is the infusion of sweet vermouth. You haven’t tried the right Manhattan if you cant taste the vermouth.
- Espresso Martini
Yet another martini but with an exciting flavor of coffee in it. This cocktails mixes coffee with alcohol, mostly vodka. The drink also has some coffee liqueur making it an absolute masterpiece for coffee lovers.
This cocktail is famously known as the ‘summer drink’ and happens to be the ladies’ favourite. The margarita is also a drink that belongs to the sweet section, however it is a strong drink with tequila, Cointreau, lime juice and some ice.
- Moscow Mule
A hero of a drink, the Moscow mule is a great drink for just any season. The drink is usually served in a very aesthetic and small copper bucket. The key ingredients of the drink are vodka, ginger beer and lime, of course.
As the name suggests, this drink has it roots from the Italian cuisine. Being one of the most popular cocktails out there, Negroni is a mix of Gin, Campari and sweet vermouth in the right proportion.
- Aperol Spiritz
This drink also has Italian roots and is a slightly bitter cocktail. However, this is a go-to drink for daytime drinkers. The drink has equal parts of Aperol and prosecco served with wine and orange slices.