Cocktail - Mixed Drink

by Nehal P. DialABottle
"Cocktail" is a type of mixed drink that is consumed in almost all countries. It is a kind of liquor with flavoring agents. It contains fruit juice, sauces, honey, milk, cream or spices, etc. Cocktails had become popular recently. The disadvantage of buying a cocktail is that many bar owners mix both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages with the drink. This is very hazardous to consume.

The olden day's cocktails were made in combination with gin, whiskey or rum and with a small amount of vodka. Many cocktails had been made traditionally by mixing it with gin which is called gimlet or martini. This type of mixed drink was introduced after the 1980's. The word cocktail was determined by Dr. David Wonderich in October 2005.

A benefit of drinking a sip of the cocktail is that it will keep you relieved from headaches. "Cocktail" is liquor composed of sugar, water, and bitter agents. It is also called as a bitterer sling. And it is also supposed to be an electioneering potion since it keeps the heart stout and bold. A person who swallows one sip of the cocktail is ready to swallow anything else.

The quality and quantity of alcohol present in the cocktail is very less when compared to the other alcoholic drinks. The cost of cocktails also has a big difference in comparison with other drinks. So, nowadays bartenders have started preparing cocktails.

Cocktails are mixed with different types of other drinks such as gin, whiskey, milk, and cream but it is not blended with water. The mixed ingredients depend upon the region.

Cocktails are served in a special cocktail glass. The cocktail glass is of a shape with a wide, shallow bowl, on a stem above a flat base. The cocktail glasses are designed in such a shape that the temperature should not change.

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About Nehal P. Freshman   DialABottle

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