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The World’s 25 Most Popular Cocktails

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15. Bloody Mary
> Main ingredients: Vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, hot sauce, and other seasonings, plus various garnishes
> Origin: Bartender Fernand Petiot, Harry’s New York Bar, Paris (1921)

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145. Paloma
> Main ingredients: Tequila, lime juice, grapefruit soda
> Origin: Mexico, details unknown (mid-1950s)

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13. Penicillin
> Main ingredients: Blended scotch, Lagavulin 16-year-old single malt scotch, lemon juice, honey syrup, fresh ginger slices
> Origin: Bartender Sam Ross, Milk & Honey, New York City (2005)

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12. Boulevardier
> Main ingredients: Bourbon, Campari, sweet vermouth
> Origin: Magazine editor Erskine Gwynne, Paris (late 1920s or early 1930s)

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11. Moscow Mule
> Main ingredients: Vodka, ginger beer, lime juice
> Origin: The Chatham Hotel bar, New York City (early 1940s)

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