Long Island Iced Teas are popular in many states, but New York (home to Long Island, its purported birthplace) surprisingly isn’t one of them, at least according to the team over at product review website Versus Reviews. Versus Reviews looked at Google search data from the past 12 months to see which recipes, garnish ideas, and other cocktail-related queries were searched the most in each state, and found that alcohol interests can vary significantly by region.

There was some agreement, as you can see from the map below. Long Island Iced Teas and Whiskey Sours seem to reign supreme for many cocktail enthusiasts across America. Drinkers in six states—including Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming—seem to be sweet on Whiskey Sours, while Long Island Iced Teas topped the search results in Connecticut, Iowa, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania.

These bar drinks weren’t the only cocktails to make the cut. Boozy brunch treats proved the most popular in nine states, including Maryland (Mimosas), Tennessee (Tequila Sunrises), and Minnesota (Bloody Marys). Meanwhile, in Southern states like Alabama and Kentucky, drinkers tend to stick with traditional Mint Juleps, according to search data.

Check out the map below to see which cocktail dominated search results in your state.