Cocktail Flow

Cocktail Flow

By Cocktai Flow

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2012-01-05
  • Current Version: 2.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 32.63 MB
  • Developer: Cocktai Flow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,305 Ratings


Create the Moment • Enjoy the Flow Loved by millions of users worldwide, Cocktail Flow is the ultimate tool to find & create the perfect drink for any occasion. Discover what you can mix with the ingredients you have at hand, get the know-how to easily make amazing drinks and make any moment a Cocktail Moment. • 600+ uniquely designed cocktail & smoothie recipes • 100+ inspiring drink categories & themed collections • MyBar: your personal tool that shows the drinks you can mix with your ingredients • eye-catchy design & the smoothest user experience The app is regularly updated with new cocktail recipes and collections. Missing your favorite cocktail? Have feedback or questions? Get in touch at!



  • So far...

    By gajetgrl
    This is the best cocktail app I have used. Breaks it down to what spirit you want to use or the type of cocktail, tall/short etc and lots more. Fantastic app
  • Nice app

    By That Westside Guy
    The app is visually pleasing and easy to use. I find it very useful that I can fill in all the ingredients I have “in my bar” and get a list of all the drinks I can make with those ingredients, or select drinks based on base spirit or overall strength. The one thing I would change is the drink rating system. Currently you can only flag things as favorites. I would find it much more useful if I could rate them, say, 1-5 stars. There are only a few drinks that are truly my favorites, but a lot that I (and my wife) like enough to have again. But that leaves no rating room for the small number of cocktails we don’t like at all... and, as we try more over time, my memory will likely fail me at some point. A better rating system would solve this.
  • Measuring “parts”

    By sma3367
    One part is an inexact measurement. For example 1 ounce, 1 tablespoon or 1 cup. So if your drink calls for one part alcohol and three parts juice and you're making a drink for yourself, you'd want a mixture of 1 ounce of liquor and 3 ounces of the juice.
  • Simply WOW!

    By Serxhio Gugo
    I’m not a crazy drinker, but I have one or two once in a while! This is not the reason i’m writing. This apps UI is so amazing and inspiring, so well explained, so easy to use! One of the best apps I’ve ever seen! ELEGANT!
  • Review

    By jppkv
    Should have name brand such as Citicorp, Tito
  • Directions often don't make sense

    By partywithmom
    I have no idea what a"a piece of egg" might be and have yet to receive a response to my inquiry. Also, some ingredients are given in ratio (one part of this and two parts of that) but another ingredient is a specific amt like 1 tsp. Clearly the teaspoon ingredient would change depending on how much each of those "parts" were. Again, no response to inquiry as to what one should assume is a "part" in a recipe. Not working well so far.
  • Pretty awesome!

    By JWilliams7
    My first review of any app, so that should tell you something. I love this app, it shows you all of the drinks possible with your ingredients on hand in your personal bar that you create! Definitely try a Ramos Fizz!
  • No Mezcal?!?!??

    By decodergrizzly
  • Great app

    By angostura guy
    Love the app and interface albeit you guys should add a button that allows people to click on things they don’t know about. Like I wasn’t sure what angostura was so my immediate reaction was to click on it to find out. Just another raindrop on the world’s windshield talking though.
  • Good, but could be better

    By MHCounselor
    Just downloaded the app and it seems to have a variety of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. However, the My Bar is very limited and doesn’t allow you to enter additional ingredients you may have on hand. Will rate higher if is made a little more versatile by adding additional liquor selections to My Bar or allowing you to add your own (scanning the bar code would be optimal).