Alcoholic & Non-alcoholic Beverages

  • Beers & Ciders
  • Non-alcoholic Beverages
  • Spirits
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      Amaretto

      Amaretto is an Italian liqueur associated with Saronno, Italy. It is derived from apricot pits, almonds, or both. While it can be enjoyed as a beverage on its own, it can also be added to cocktails, c... more

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      Bourbon

      Bourbon is an American whiskey. It is made from at least 51% corn, is aged in charred oak barrels for 2 years, and bottled at 80 proof or higher. Bourbon can be used as a cooking ingredient, included ... more

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      Brandy

      Brandy is a spirit made from distilled wine or other fermented fruit juice (e.g. apple, peach, cherry). It generally contains 35–60% alcohol. Brandy can be used as a cooking ingredient, included in ... more

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      Chocolate Liqueur

      Chocolate is made by pulverizing cocoa (cacao) nibs, cocoa beans that have been roasted and removed from their shells. The resulting paste is called cocoa liquor or cocoa mass. more

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      Cognac

      Cognac is a well-known and highly respected type of brandy made exclusively from grapes grown in the Cognac region of France. It is aged in oak barrels, which add color and flavor. Cognac is often enj... more

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      Gin

      Gin is a liquor distilled from grain and flavored with juniper berries and other botanicals such as spices, herbs, seeds, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and/or tea. Gin can be used as a cooking ingredie... more

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      Rum

      Rum is a liquor made from fermented and distilled sugar cane byproducts such as molasses. Most rum is produced in the Caribbean by sugar cane producing countries. There are several types of rum includ... more

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      Tequila

      Tequila is a Mexican liquor produced from the fermented sap of the blue agave cactus. Four main categories of tequila exist: blanco, reposado, añejo, and extra-añejo. Blanco (aka white, silver, plat... more

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      Vodka

      Vodka is an alcoholic spirit of Russian origin that can be made by distillation of numerous agricultural products such as rye, wheat, rice, potatoes, molasses, and sugar beets. Vodka was traditionally... more

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      Whiskey

      Whiskey is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. There are two main types of whiskey: malt whiskey, which is primarily made from malted barley, and grain whiskey, which is mad... more

  • Wines
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      Cabernet Sauvignon

      Cabernet Sauvignon originated in the Bordeaux region in France. It can be either medium or full-bodied and generally has high levels of tannins and high acidity. It ages well. You may encounter flavor... more

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      Chardonnay

      Chardonnay is a full bodied white wine that originated in Burgundy, France. You may encounter flavors and aromas such as apple, pear, pineapple, starfruit, citrus, vanilla, and hazlenut. Chardonnay is... more

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      Madeira

      Madeira is a fortified wine, or a wine that has had a distilled spirit like brandy added to it. It ranges from dry to sweet. It can be used as a cooking ingredient or served as an aperitif or dessert ... more

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      Marsala Wine

      Marsala is an Italian fortified wine, or a wine that has had a distilled spirit like brandy added to it. It comes in three levels of sweetness: dry, semi-dry, and sweet. Both dry and sweet marsala win... more

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      Merlot

      Merlot is a red wine that originated in the Bordeaux region in France. It can be either medium or full-bodied and generally has moderately high levels of tannins and an alcohol content of 13.5% or mor... more

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      Pinot Noir

      Pinot Noir is a light-bodied red wine originating from the Burgundy region in France. It generally has medium to high acidity and lower levels of tannins. You may encounter fruity aromas and flavors s... more

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      Port Wine

      Port is a Portuguese fortified wine, or a wine that has had a distilled spirit like brandy added to it. Ruby and tawny ports are good choices for cooking given their lower cost relative to vintage por... more

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      Riesling

      Riesling is a refreshing, aromatic white wine that originated in the Rhine region of Germany. It generally has high acidity and fruity and floral flavors. Rieslings can be sweet or dry. It is best ser... more

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      Sauvignon Blanc

      Sauvignon Blanc is a light bodied, crisp, dry white wine that originated in Bordeaux, France. It is typically consumed young as it doesn't generally improve with age. Its flavors depend heavily on the... more

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      Sherry Wine

      Sherry is a Spanish fortified wine, or a wine that has had a distilled spirit like brandy added to it. It ranges in flavor from very dry to very sweet. Dry and sweet sherries can both be used as a coo... more

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      Vermouth, Dry

      Dry vermouth, also known as white vermouth, is an aromatized fortified wine often flavored with roots, herbs, spices, fruits, or seeds and produced primarily in France and Italy. Sweet vermouth is not... more

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      Vermouth, Sweet

      Sweet vermouth, also known as red vermouth, is a aromatized fortified wine often flavored with roots, herbs, spices, fruits, or seeds and produced primarily in France and Italy. It gets its sweet flav... more

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      Zinfandel

      Zinfandel is a full-bodied red wine that originates from Croatia. It generally has average levels of tannins and high alchohol content. You may encounter flavors and aromas such as blackberry, strawbe... more