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Before I start, let me tell all of you a cold joke related to the topic of my speech today.

“One day, there was a man who entered this cocktail lounge. He noticed a blonde hair lady sitting alone and he approached her. The man wanted to offer her a drink and get to know her. He asked: May I buy you a cocktail, hot stuff? The lady rejected, saying that alcohol is bad for her legs. The man said: Oh, I’m so sorry to hear that. Do they swell? The lady answered: No, they open.”

A very pleasant good morning to all my lovely classmates. I believe all of you would know what I am going to present today. Yes, it is about cocktails. What exactly cocktails are? The Merrian-Webster Dictionary defined cocktails as “iced drinks of wine or distilled liquor mixed with flavoring ingredients”. Putting it into simple words, cocktails are simply alcoholic drinks with different variations of flavors. The history of cocktails must be traced back to the 16th or 17th century when people started mixing ingredients to create drinks similar to what we known as cocktails nowadays. It was not until around the 18th century that those drinks became more well-known and here came the term “cocktail” when it was first introduced by the American Bartenders in the 1920’s.
You might wonder why cocktail is named as a “cocktail”. Unfortunately, there are still uncertainties about the exact origin of the term “cocktail” ever since it made its appearance in prints in 6 May 1806, all out of a sudden. However, there are many stories that explain how people came to name it that way. Some said it was given the name “cocktail” because of the feathers used as decorations for early mixed drinks while some believed that this name originated from a drink that contained all the colours of a cock’s tail served to a soldier. But most people felt that “cocktail” is the Americanized French word, called “cocquetier”.

My whole speech will mainly focus on the different types of cocktails, the types of glasses used to hold the drinks and the decorations for the cocktails.

I. The Types of Cocktails

A. Martini: One of the best-known and the most classic categories of cocktails. Martini’s are famous to be neat drinks that are served in either a cocktail or martini glass. 1. Apple Martini: A sweet apple-flavoured cocktail that is made of apple puree, apple schnapps or calvados. It can taste sour too. B. Tall drinks or Highballs: Tall glasses of liquor mixed with many different kinds of flavors. 1. For example, the very famous morning shot of spicy tomatoes, the Bloody Mary. C. Shooters: Shots of whiskey or tequila, meant for quick sips. 1. “Orgasm”: Light, creamy and gentle. A mixture of ingredients like amaretto, coffee and Irish cream liquer. 2. The “Blowjob”: A very good party warm up game for its interesting way of drinking. Made of amaretto almond and Irish cream liquer that gives a whipped cream topping. D. Hot cocktails: Commonly served during winter in Western countries and is part of some families’ tradition. 1. Tom and Jerry: A must-try classic winter cocktail that goes well with hot milk. 2. Hot Buttered Rum: A drink of mixed butter, sugar and spices. Best served at a campfire or party.

Transition: Now that we have known a few types of cocktails, let’s move on to the types of cocktail glasses.

II. Types of Cocktail Glasses

A. The 4 guidelines that we must strictly follow when it comes to choosing cocktail glasses. 1. Firstly, we must only use glass, but not plastic that will affect the taste of cocktail. 2. Glasses to fill cocktail must only be plain, colourless and of no patterns so that they would not hide the cocktail. 3. Cocktail glasses must be kept clean and polished with soft cloth. 4. Lastly, cocktails must never be filled up to the brim so that there is space to fit the cocktail decorations. B. Cocktail glasses basically come in four different types. 1. Rock glasses or tumblers: Short and broad, have straight or slanting sides. Rock glasses are mainly used to hold whiskeys. 2. Highball glasses: Tall glasses of medium width. It can usually hold up to 300ml and is best for icy long drinks. 3. Champagne glass: Divided into two types, the champagne flute and champagne saucer. 4. Cocktail glasses: The classic glasses stemmed and with sloping sides that can hold approximately 90ml. These glasses are best for short and strong drinks.

Transition: Next, let’s see how bartenders usually dress cocktails up.

III. Decorating Cocktails

A. Decorative ornaments for cocktails are called garnishes. Some of the basic garnishes we often see are as below 1. Cocktail stick: Divided into two types: plastic and wooden. Used to spear slices of fruits. 2. Straws: Acts as stirrers also 3. Orange or Lemon: Good supply for the fruit slices or strips of peels. 4. Cucumber: Goes well as thin slices for punches or long drinks. 5. Frosting: Adding pinch of sugar, salt, cocoa powder etc. at the edge of cocktail glasses.
In conclusion, cocktails are not only a kind of drinks that we can find anywhere else, but it is also a state of art. Therefore, people should really learn how to appreciate the creation and beauty of cocktails. With my speech coming to its end, I hope all of you have gained some extra knowledge about cocktails and would give them a try when you have the chance. I also hope you enjoyed my speech.

Thank you and have a good day.

References

Graham, C. 2011. What is a Cocktail? What is the History of the Cocktail?. Viewed on 25 May 2011. Availbale from: <http://cocktails.about.com/od/history/a/cocktail_dfntn.htm.>.

Webtender. 2011. Cocktails. The Basics. Viewed on 25 May 2011. Available from: <http://www.webtender.com/handbook/basics.html.>. ActuallyAlcohol. 2010. Types of Cocktail Glasses. Viewed on 26 May 2011. Available from: <http://www.actuallyalcohol.com/types-of-cocktail-glasses.>.

CocktailMixingMaster. 2010. Viewed on 26 May 2011. Available from: <http://www.cocktailmixingmaster.com/cocktail_glass.html.>.

Cocktails Non Alcoholic. 2009. Types of Cocktail Glasses. Viewed on 26 May 2011. Available from: <http://www.cocktailsnonalcoholic.com/types-of-cocktail-glasses/.> .

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