The most important ingredients for cocktails and drinks

The following list provides an overview of the ingredients, which are commonly used for the recipes on the website. Commonly used ingredients form a basic stock for a bar. In order to be able to mix versatile cocktails, you should also have some exotic ingredients in your bar inventory.

Filler

Soda  (7%)
Milk  (6%)
Ginger Ale  (5%)
Cola  (4%)
Sparkling Wine  (4%)
Tonic Water  (3%)
Mineral Water (sparkling)  (2%)
Lemonade  (2%)
Bitter Lemon  (2%)
Prosecco  (2%)
...

Fruits

Lime  (10%)
Strawberry  (3%)
Lemon  (2%)
Banana  (2%)
Orange  (2%)
Pineapple  (1%)
Raspberry  (1%)
Blueberries  (1%)
Blackberry   (1%)
...

Liqueurs

Blue Curaçao  (13%)
Cointreau  (8%)
Licor 43  (6%)
Amaretto  (5%)
Apricot Brandy  (4%)
Peach Liqueur  (4%)
Angostura Bitters  (4%)
Malibu  (4%)
Curaçao Triple Sec  (4%)
Baileys  (3%)
...

Syrup

Grenadine  (24%)
Sugar Syrup  (13%)
Coconut Syrup  (9%)
Strawberry Syrup  (6%)
Almond Syrup  (5%)
Passion Fruit Syrup  (3%)
Blue Curaçao Syrup  (3%)
Vanilla Syrup  (2%)
Lime Syrup  (2%)
Raspberry Syrup  (2%)
...

Others

Cream  (21%)
Cane Sugar  (8%)
Coconut Cream  (5%)
Mint Leaves  (3%)
Crushed Ice  (3%)
Sugar (white)  (2%)
Egg White  (2%)
Honey  (1%)
Blue Curaçao Non-Alcoholic  (1%)
Vanilla Ice Cream  (1%)
...

Spirits

Vodka  (29%)
Rum (white)  (19%)
Gin  (15%)
Rum (brown)  (11%)
Tequila (silver)  (8%)
Cachaça  (3%)
Whiskey (Bourbon)  (3%)
Brandy  (2%)
Bacardi  (2%)
Vermouth Dry  (2%)
...

Juices/Nectar

Orange Juice  (40%)
Pineapple Juice  (38%)
Lemon Juice  (37%)
Passion Fruit Juice  (17%)
Lime Juice (fresh)  (13%)
Lime Juice  (8%)
Grapefruit Juice  (6%)
Cranberry Juice  (6%)
Cherry Juice  (5%)
Banana Juice  (4%)
...

Spices

Cinnamon  (1%)
...

The number in brackets indicates the percent of the recipes in which this ingredient is used.