8 Underrated Cocktails Bartenders Swear By


A refreshing departure from the Negroni, the Americano swaps gin for soda, offering a full-flavored, low-alcohol option perfect for any occasion, recommended by industry experts worldwide.


A complex twist on the Piña Colada, enriched with Pusser's rum and orange juice, delivering a robust, tropical flavor profile that's both satisfying and sophisticated.


Beyond its frozen stereotype, the classic Daiquiri shines with the simplicity of rum, lime, and sugar, revealing a crisp, citrusy balance that's a hallmark of timeless cocktail craftsmanship.

Hemingway Daiquiri

Transport yourself to paradise with every sip of the Hemingway Daiquiri, celebrated for its invigorating citrus notes and refined complexity, making it a connoisseur's delight.


Defying trends, the Mojito endures with its invigorating blend of mint, lime, and rum, a testament to its enduring appeal and status as a modern classic in mixology.

Classic Sour

The quintessential cocktail canvas, adaptable to any spirit, citrus variation, and sweetener, offering endless possibilities for personalized enjoyment, crafted skillfully by bartenders worldwide.


A harmonious blend of gin, maraschino liqueur, creme de violette, and lemon juice, balancing floral undertones with citrus zest in a sophisticated yet approachable cocktail experience.


Despite its timeless elegance, most Martinis are made incorrectly due to poor technique, requiring skilled bartenders to achieve perfection in factors like dilution, dryness level, and ingredient quality.