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The World’s 25 Most Popular Cocktails

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20. Pisco Sour
> Main ingredients: Pisco brandy, lemon juice, simple syrup, egg white
> Origin: Bartender Mario Bruiget, Morris’ Bar, Lima, Peru (late 1920s)

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19. Mai Tai
> Main ingredients: Rum (typically two kinds), orange curaçao, orgeat syrup, lime juice, simple syrup (recipes vary)
> Origin: Donn Beach, Don the Beachcomber, Hollywood, Ca (1933) or Vic Bergeron, Trader Vic’s, Oakland, CA (1944)

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18. Gimlet
> Main ingredients: Gin, Rose’s lime juice
> Origin: Bar owner Harry MacElhone, Harry’s New York Bar, Paris (1923) (disputed)

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17. French 75
> Main ingredients: Gin, champagne, lemon juice, sugar cube
> Origin: Bar owner Harry MacElhone, Harry’s New York Bar, Paris (1915)

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16. Americano
> Main ingredients: Campari, sweet vermouth, club soda
> Origin: Caffè Campari, Milan (1860s)

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