Quiz: Bar Lingo - It’s A Thing. How May Of These Drinks Can You Name?

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If you like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain... Then this is the quiz for you!

Look at drink ingredients to identify different drinks including: Cosmopolitans, Negroni's, Martini's, and more!

 Jun 10, 2018

1 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Mint, rum, sparkling water and simple syrup served on ice garnished with lime and a sprig of mint
Margarita
Mojito
Sex on the Beach

2 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Includes vodka, cranberry juice, triple sec and lime juice shaken with ice and served martini style
White Russian
Vodka Collins
Cosmopolitan

3 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Dry vermouth, olive brine, shaken with ice and served with an olive
Dirty Martini
Gin and Tonic
Greyhound

4 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Equal parts gin, vermouth, and Campari
Negroni
Old Fashioned
Long Island

5 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Silver tequila, lime juice, salt on the rim
Tinto de Verano
Margarita
Mojito

6 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Vodka, ginger beer, lime juice
Moscow Mule
Cosmopolitan
Martini

7 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

A frozen rum drink with pineapple juice and coconut cream
Pina Colada
Blue Hawaii
Bahama Mama

8 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Vodka. lime juice, and triple sec
Cosmopolitan
Sea Breeze
Kamikaze

9 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Whisky, lemon juice, sugar, and sometimes egg whites
Whiskey Soda
Amaretto Sour
Whiskey Sour

10 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Rye whiskey, Vermouth, bitters
7 and 7
Manhattan
Neapolitan

11 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Champagne, orange juice
Mimosa
Bloody Mary
Sangria

12 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Gin, simple syrup, lime juice
Negroni
Gimlet
Sazerac

13 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Cognac, Cointreau, lemon juice
Whiskey Sour
Long Island
Sidecar

14 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Tomato juice, various spices, and a celery stalk
Screwdriver
Mimosa
Bloody Mary

15 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

A blended frozen drink with rum, lime juice, sugar, and fruits of your choice (commonly strawberries)
Hurricane
Daiquiri
Mai Tai

16 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Bourbon, mint leaves, simple syrup
The Tender Knob
The Revolver
Mint Julep

17 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Old Tom gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino liqueur, bitters
Martinez
Manhattan
Martini

18 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Vodka, rum, gin, Triple Sec, tequila, sour mix cola
Old Fashioned
Negroni
Long Island

19 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Vodka, Kahlua or coffee liqueur, cream
Irish Coffee
White Russian
Scandinavian Breakfast

20 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Dark rum, Amber rum, orange curacao, lime juice, Orgeat syrup, simple syrup, garnish
Mojito
Mai Tai
Pina Colada

21 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Rye whiskey, simple syrup, bitters, absinthe
Old Fashioned
Manhattan
Sazerac

22 of 22Pick the drink based off the ingredients!

Bourbon or rye whiskey, bitters, sugar, orange twist garnish
Old Fashioned
Greyhound
Negroni
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

The word Cocktail has meant different things throughout the ages. Traditionally cocktails were a mixture of spirits, sugar, water, and bitters. But by the 1860s, a cocktail frequently included a liqueur. The first publication of a bartenders' guide which included cocktail recipes was in 1862. A key ingredient differentiating cocktails from other drinks compendium was the use of bitters. Mixed drinks popular today that conform to this original meaning of "cocktail" include the Old Fashioned whiskey cocktail, the Sazerac cocktail, and the Manhattan cocktail. During Prohibition in the United States (1919–1933), when alcoholic beverages were illegal, cocktails were still consumed in establishments known as speakeasies. The quality of liquor available during Prohibition was much worse than before. There was a shift from whiskey to gin. Honey, fruit juices, and other flavorings served to mask the foul taste of the inferior liquors. Sweet cocktails were easier to drink quickly, an important consideration when the establishment might be raided at any moment. Cocktails became less popular in the late 1960s and 1970s, until resurging in the 1980s with vodka often substituting the original gin in drinks such as the martini. Traditional cocktails began to make a comeback in the 2000s, and by the mid-2000s there was a renaissance of cocktail culture in a style typically referred to as mixology that draws on traditional cocktails for inspiration but utilizes novel ingredients and often complex flavors. These flavors create the base of many cocktails we drink today. Take this quiz to see if you recognize them!