The 8 Most Popular Cocktails in the World in 2024

The Negroni, beloved at VinePair, combines gin, Campari, and vermouth in equal parts for a strong yet refined cocktail


he Old Fashioned, timeless and reigning as the most popular cocktail for eight years, is made with rye or bourbon, a sugar cube, Angostura bitters

Old Fashioned:

The Margarita, the most well-known tequila cocktail globally, is recognized for its tart and tangy simplicity, maintaining its status as the top tequila-based classic.


The Espresso Martini, also known as Vodka Espresso or Pharmaceutical Stimulant, provides a pick-me-up and calm-me-down effect with its blend of vodka and espresso

Espresso Martini:

The Daiquiri, often misunderstood, is simply made with white rum, lime juice, and simple syrup, offering a tart and satisfying drink without the need for fruit and blenders.


The Whiskey Sour, a dependable drink for whiskey lovers and newcomers alike, combines whiskey, lemon juice, and sugar, with many considering an egg white an essential component.

Whiskey Sour:

The Dry Martini, known for its elegance, consists of gin and dry vermouth, with variations in specifications reflecting personal preferences, and is typically garnished with a lemon twist or olives.

Dry Martini:

The Aperol Spritz, a popular aperitif, is visually pleasing and easy to make with a three-two-one ratio of Prosecco, Aperol, and soda, usually garnished with an orange wedge instead of the original green olive.

Aperol Spritz: