Google’s Most Searched Quarantine Cocktails By State

By Neat Pour Staff |

It’s no secret that alcohol sales skyrocketed during the quarantine in the US. However , Americans weren’t just shooting the hard stuff. They were also making cocktails. And, without, bartenders, there was a lot of googling for recipes.

This week, Google released a breakdown of searches for drink recipes by state. There were some obvious entries ie Old Fashioned‘s (along with lots of Kamikazes) dominated the list and some surprises–hats off to the state of Ohio for their appreciation of Boulevardiers.

Check out ever state below.

  • Alabama — Hurricane
  • Alaska — Whiskey Sour
  • Arizona — Paloma
  • Arkansas — Frozen Daiquiri
  • California — Paloma
  • Colorado — Hurricane
  • Connecticut — Margarita
  • Delaware — Screwdriver
  • Washington, DC — Old Fashioned 
  • Florida — Cuba Libre
  • Georgia — Sazerac
  • Hawaii — Lemon Drop Martini
  • Idaho — Kamikaze
  • Illinois — Manhattan
  • Indiana — French 75
  • Iowa — Kamikaze
  • Kansas — Screwdriver
  • Kentucky — Lily
  • Louisiana — Bushwacker
  • Maine — Margarita
  • Maryland — Kamikaze
  • Massachusetts — Old Fashioned
  • Michigan — Cosmo
  • Minnesota — Oliveto 
  • Mississippi — Painkiller
  • Missouri  — Gin and Tonic 
  • Montana — Blue Hawaiian 
  • Nebraska — Old Fashioned
  • Nevada — Grasshopper
  • New Hampshire — Old Fashioned
  • New Jersey — Manhattan
  • New Mexico — Old Fashioned
  • New York — Manhattan
  • North Carolina — Bushwacker
  • North Dakota — Kamikaze
  • Ohio — Boulevardier
  • Oklahoma — Black Russian
  • Oregon — Old Fashioned
  • Pennsylvania — Whiskey Sour 
  • Rhode Island — Cosmo 
  • South Carolina — Tequila Sunrise
  • South Dakota — Screwdriver
  • Tennessee — Buschwacker
  • Texas — Paloma
  • Utah — Cape Cod
  • Vermont — Cosmopolitan
  • Virginia — Old Fashioned
  • Washington — Old Fashioned
  • West Virginia — Kamikaze
  • Wisconsin — Grasshopper
  • Wyoming — White Russian
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