In varying proportions, maize, wheat, malted barley, and rye are used to create the vast majority of American whisky.
Vodka is versatile, it may be used to make many cocktails or enjoyed straight from the freezer
Tequila-based cocktails topped the list of new types of drinks Americans want to try the most, so expect to see a lot more of this popular liquor behind the bar.
Red wine, it is said, will last forever, and indeed, many Americans like a glass of wine every now and again.
Brandies may be made from a variety of fruits, most often grapes but also apples, apricots, and other berries.
We can confidently state that orange juice is a staple of the American diet, which is not surprising given that orange juice is the most widely consumed fruit juice in the world.
Tea Being one of the most popular drinks in the United States is not surprising considering the many health advantages associated with drinking tea regularly.
When Americans are pulling all-nighters or need a pick-me-up in the morning, they often turn to caffeinated, vitamin-rich beverages.
Bottling and selling water is a tradition with deep roots in the United States. The first period started in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Seven out of ten Americans consume coffee at least once every week, and of them, 60% use it on a daily basis.