Are you drinking what everyone else is drinking in your home state?
Cocktail trends come and go, but the classics remain popular for a reason. Who doesn't want a Manhattan or a martini at the end of a long day? If you live in Vermont, you're probably reaching for the former; and if you live in Nevada, the latter might be your drink of choice. That's according to a graphic released by Versus Reviews, a consumer goods research organization, which just released this visual guide to the most popular cocktail in every state, according to Google.
The site used data from Google over the last 12 months to determine the most searched-for cocktail across the country. Whiskey sours and Long Island Iced Teas (yes, that mixture of vodka, rum, tequila, gin, triple sec and a splash of coke) are the most searched-for cocktails in the country, with Moscow Mules coming in third. For brunch drinks, it turns out that Mimosas are way more popular than Bloody Marys. And North Dakota favors Sex on the Beach. We'll leave it at that and let you check out the graphics to see what everyone else in your state is drinking, or at least searching for on Google.