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Coppa Cocktails, la historia de los cócteles en casa - DISEVIL

Coppa Cocktails, the history of cocktails at home

Cocktails have a part of mastery, another part of art, another part of creativity, another part of spectacle and, of course, another part of magic. It is always exciting to watch a bartender prepare a cocktail. But when we want to enjoy our favorite cocktail at home and we don't want to complicate things, Coppa Cocktails is the solution.

Origin of Coppa Cocktails

The original idea of ​​this Dutch company was, initially, to supply perfectly prepared cocktails with excellent quality ingredients to those bars/pubs/restaurants that did not have a specialized bartender but wanted to offer a cocktail menu to their clientele. They started with classic cocktails, which in turn are the most in demand, and progressively they innovated and added cocktails with different flavors to their offer.

In 2010 the company adopted the current name of Coppa Cocktails and opened itself to the market of private consumers who like to drink their favorite cocktail at home with the ease of having it ready just by adding ice. Its original shaker-shaped bottles are in themselves a decorative and collectible object that was undoubtedly a success that helped popularize the brand throughout the world.

Below we present the history of the cocktails that Coppa makes available to you.

The history of Cosmopolitan

The origin of the classic Cosmopolitan cocktail is often disputed. The most popular theory attributes the creation of the modern Cosmopolitan to Toby Cecchini, bartender at "The Oden" a bar in Manhattan around 1987. By mixing citron-flavored vodka, liqueur, cranberry juice and fresh lemon juice, the contemporary cosmopolitan. With the famous TV show Sex and the City, the "Cosmo" later achieved iconic cocktail status, becoming one of the best cocktail options for girls' nights out.

The history of Espresso Martin

The history of the Espresso Martini is almost as rich as the cocktail itself. This popular cocktail was invented by Dick Bradsell in the 1990s. Originally called "Vodka Espresso" after a supermodel ordered a cocktail with coffee, the Contemporary espresso Martini has found its way to dinner parties and brunch gatherings around the world.

The history of Mai Tai

The history of the Mai Tai dates back to the 1940s and its creator, Vic Bergeron, owner of a tiki restaurant. According to legend, Vic prepared a cocktail for his Tahitian friends, who upon tasting it exclaimed "Maitai'i roa a'e" which means "Out of this world." Bergeron went on to name his new cocktail "Mai Tai," the Tahitian word for "The Best."

The history of the Negroni

The precedent for today's Negroni was a mixture of vermouth, soda water and bitter liqueur originating in Italy. In 1919 in Florence, the Negroni that we know today was mixed for the first time by replacing sparkling water with gin. That gave the Negroni that irresistible onche flavor popular among cocktail lovers around the world. Over time, the Negroni has proven to be a cocktail trend worth sticking with. With flavor notes of cherry, wine, citrus and bitters, the traditional Negroni still activates our senses.

The history of the Piña Colada

San Juan de Puerto Rico is the birthplace of the original Piña Colada . This signature summer drink was created in 1954 by acclaimed bartender Ramón “Monchito” Marrero from a fruity fusion of rum, pineapple juice and coconut cream. During its 30 years of residence in the Caribbean, Hilton served the Piña Colada with its original recipe, making it one of the most popular summer cocktails in history. The Piña Colada is now the official drink of Puerto Rico.

The history of Sex on the Beach

The Sex on the Beach cocktail was first created in Florida in the '80s and got its suggestive name from the happy partygoers who frequented the area and its beaches during spring break. Sweet and fruity flavor notes combined with a bold, well-known cocktail name make Sex on the Beach the perfect refreshing party drink.

The history of the Strawberry Daiquiri

The Daiquiri was invented many years ago in a small mining town in Santiago de Cuba as a refreshing cure for the tropical heat. Its consumption progressed locally until the early 1990s and the cocktail renaissance, where new interest in tiki drinks catapulted the Strawberry Daquiri onto the world stage. Thirsty cocktail lovers fell in love with this fresh, fruity and delicious drink, making the Strawberry Daiquiri cocktail a staple at both beach spots and penthouse bars around the world.

The history of the Mojito

In Cuba's capital, Havana, in the 1950s and 1960s, notorious author and trendsetter Ernest Hemingway spent his days enjoying cocktails at his favorite bar, La Bodeguita del Medio. The Mojito was his number favorite cocktail. The rumor spread, selling out the Mojito in the city of Havana. Today, the Mojito remains one of the most popular cocktails among cocktail lovers around the world.

The history of the Passion Fruit Martini

The Passion Fruit Martini was created in England in the early 2000s by a well-known bartender at a famous London bar. The bartender wanted to create a suggestive and enticing flavor experience. Blending vodka and premium ingredients, The Passion Fruit Martini was born. This deliciously irresistible cocktail has traveled to bars around the world. Flirty and elegant, the Passion Fruit Martini has achieved iconic status among cocktail lovers around the world.

That's it for the stories about the origin of Coppa Cocktails, which one do you want to start with?

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