Ranking of popular cocktails at casual party
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- No.1MIDORI Sour
The MIDORI Sour is just like any mixed drink that adds sweet and sour flavors to a spirits base.
In some countries, people like to add a little soda to the MIDORI Sour.
In America, however, similar cocktails tend not to contain carbonated soda, which means the sweet and sour mix's flavors really come through.
In the MIDORI Sour, the sweet and sour mix transforms MIDORI's sweetness into ...
- No.2MIDORI Splice
To “splice” something means to join or unite it with something else.
And the MIDORI Splice does exactly that, achieving a perfectly balanced union of coconut-flavored rum, pineapple juice and cream.
It takes the same flavors from the MIDORI Pina Colada and rounds them into a slightly milder finish.
In flair bartending circles, the same drink is known as an “Alien Secretion.” ...
- No.3MIDORI June Bug
First created in a T.G.I Friday's restaurant in Busan, Korea, this cocktail has become a hit in bars around the world.
June Bug is another name for the cotinis nitida beetle, a bug which inhabits the trees of hardwood forests.
The June Bug cocktail was probably named for its brownish golden color which resembles that of the beetle ...
- No.4MIDORI Ricky
A rickey is a drink made by mixing spirits with the pulp from a lime or other citrus fruit, and adding club soda.
First the pulp is squeezed into a glass, to which is added ice, the liqueur, and the club soda, in that order.
A swizzle stick is then added, and customers stir it themselves.
Customers are free to adjust the flavor to suit their tastes, meaning the bartender ...
- No.5MIDORI Colada
Some theories state that “piña colada” means “pineapple covered hillside,” but it actually gets its name from the Spanish for “strained pineapple.”
The piña colada is one of America's favorite cocktails, and can be easily made by mixing white rum with piña colada mix.
One theory says that Ramon Portas Mingot first created the piña colada at a bar called Barrachina in Puerto Rico's San Juan, but another claims that it was invented earlier ...
- No.6MIDORI Pash
The “pash” is short for “passion,” and this sure is one passionate beverage.
At first glance, MIDORI Pash may seem like an odd name for this drink, whose color is far from the fiery red we associate with passion and intensity.
Mixing green (MIDORI) and red (cranberry juice) results in a reddish-brown colored cocktail.
But don't let its appearance fool you! ...
- No.7MIDORI Tonic
Gin & tonic and vodka tonic – classic cocktails of the modern era.
The love affair between tonic water and alcohol is far from secret.
Mixing alcohol with club soda sometimes results in a slightly hardened taste, preventing the alcohol's true flavor from coming through, but tonic water, with its subtle sweetness, serves to bring out the best in its alcoholic companion.
Add tonic water to the already sweet MIDORI, and the tonic water's sweetness as well ...
- No.8Love Junk
The Love Junk was once named winner of Australia's Sydney Cocktail Championship.
The word “junk” can mean, among other things, a Chinese sailboat, food that is high in calories but low in vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, or those illicit substances that lure us into a world of psychedelic trance.
Is combining “love” with such a word to make a cocktail name some kind of black joke?
The Love Junk cocktail, made with a double mix of liqueurs (green MIDORI and ...
- No.9L.A Iced Tea
In the early 1980s, a Long Island gentleman named Robert Butt created a drink which came to be known as the Long Island iced tea.
Some countries make it with four spirits – gin, vodka, rum and tequila – but others leave out the tequila.
Add triple sec, sweet and sour mix, and coke, and you've got yourself a drink that looks and tastes quite like iced tea ...
- No.10The Universe
This exquisite cocktail took home the grand prize at the US Bartenders Guild Annual Competition in 1978.
Its major sales point is the superb balance achieved between five different ingredients, that manages to maintain each one's unique characteristics.
Everyone knows MIDORI goes well with pineapple juice, but the addition of pistachio liqueur in the same quantity as MIDORI works as a perfect complementary accent ...