Today, Google released lists of the top search terms used in 2014, including the eight most-searched cocktails. Here are the eight recipes that the Internet needs to know.
The citrusy, tart, tequila cocktail was the number one most searched-for cocktail this year. It matches nicely with the ninth most searched-for recipe: guacamole.
Classic, crisp and seriously boozy, martinis are making a comeback, thanks to a wide selection of new craft gins.
There are many ways to make sangria, but the classic mix of red wine, brandy, simple syrup and fruit is the best.
It doesn’t matter what time of year it is; a refreshing, minty mojito is always on point.
A classic mimosa is made simply with orange juice and sparkling wine, but it’s fun to mix things up with different juices like pineapple or pear.
6. Mint Julep
The official drink of the Kentucky Derby, the mint julep is an easy drink that looks and tastes more complex than it really is.
7. Moscow Mule
Made with ginger beer, vodka and lime juice, the Moscow Mule was first invented in the 1940s to help promote Smirnoff vodka.
8. White Russian
Everyone’s favorite way to drink dairy (and, of course, The Dude’s cocktail of choice), a White Russian is made with vodka, coffee liqueur and heavy cream.