The Mojito, such as we know it today, hails from Cuba. The definitive version combines sparkling water with white rum, and when brought together with the freshest ingredients, the result is one refreshing drink.
The Margarita likely originated sometime between 1936 and 1948. The earliest account of the drink was written by an Iowa newspaper editor named James Graham, who had encountered an Irish bartender in Tijuana in 1936 serving Tequila Daisies.
Yes!! This is the king of all cocktails!! Well . . . that’s our definition of this classic. Just like the Martini's ancestor, the “Martinez,” the original Manhattan was another vermouth-based cocktail.