When it comes to food and drinks, we assume that anything we consume that is PINK will satisfy our sweet taste buds and quench our thirst for a sweet beverage. And when it comes to alcoholic beverages, PINK cocktails usually do offer us a sweet, refreshing, thirst-quenching, spirited drink.
According to several articles including the article Colors And Our Appetite by Saumya's Kitchen and The Psychology of Colors by Daily Infographic, red is the most appetizing color because it evokes our taste buds and stimulates our appetite. And because PINK is just a diluted shade of red, we can assume it has the same affect.
When you think about it, there are so many pink colored cocktails offered at bars, pubs, lounges, and mixed at home all over the world. And hundreds of them have the word PINK as part of the name. Pink Silk Panties, Pink Elephant Ears, Pink Floyd, Pink Panther, Pink Pillow, and Pink Squirrel are just a sample of the hundreds of PINK named drinks that are mixed, shaken and served. I don't believe there is any other color that is used more than PINK in the name of cocktails.
PINK colored beverages appear to be, and are usually a lighter, and more refreshing cocktail, which makes them more appealing during Spring and Summer. Pink cocktails are a popular choice for Summer parties and celebrations.
I found some recipes for some of the most appealing PINK cocktails that look irresistibly satisfying and thirst-quenching, that you can serve at your next party, shower, celebration of get-together.