5 most popular cocktails in the United States of 2022



Cocktails are one of the alcoholic beverages that become more popular during the heat of summer. We review what are the favorite cocktails for Americans this 2022.

According to data released this week by CGA, Cocktail sales in the most recent quarter of this year were up 11% from the first quarter.

CGA’s Cocktail Sales Tracker is a data analyst that reveals the sales dynamics of the cocktail market.

The Piña Colada is one of the favorite cocktails in New York

You can order a Piña Colada without thinking that you are ordering an old-fashioned drink since it is a classic cocktail that most increased its popularity in the United States, jumped from 17th to 9th, with +87% traffic growth. CGA points out that this increase is more pronounced in New York, specifically in the last 4 weeks of the quarter.

On the CGA list, the Mojito is placed as the fourth most popular.

Most popular cocktails in the United States

Data analytics company Nielsen also researched which are the most popular cocktails in the US and also provides market popularity based on time of day. According to their data, the Margarita is one of the favorite cocktails. In the top 5 are:

1. Daisy
2.Martini
3. Old-fashioned
4. Mimosa
5. Moscow Mule

Most popular cocktails by time of day

Morning:
1. Mimosa
2.Bloody Mary
3. Daisy
4. Bellini
5. Old-fashioned

Afternoon:
1. Daisy
2.Martini
3. Mimosa
4. Old-fashioned
5.Bloody Mary

Late night:
1. Daisy
2.Martini
3. Old-fashioned
4. Moscow Mule
5. Martinis

Night:
1.Martini
2. Long Island Iced Tea
3. Daisy
4. Old-fashioned
5. Moscow Mule

“The changing dynamics of consumer preferences are reflected in the cocktail tracker,” said Matthew Crompton, CGA’s regional director for North America.

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Source-eldiariony.com