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An aged brandy made in a specific geographical area of Normandy, France, from a fermented mash of apples although a small percentage of pears is usually included.

A sparkling wine made according to the méthode champenoise in a specific geographical area of the Champagne district of northeastern France.

A beverage that immediately follows the drinking of another. A Chaser is a non-alcoholic drink served alongside a shot. Chaser are also sometimes called backs.

A tool that has a rounded bottle opener at one end and a V-shaped piercing can opener at the end. Generally, the V-shaped end is used to open cans of liquid, such as tomato juice or beef bouillon.

A cocktail made from of a base spirit or wine and simple syrup, which is poured into a wine goblet full of crushed ice and then stirred together.

A combination of ingredients that have been shaken or stirred with ice and strained into a chilled or ice-filled glass.

A mixed drink made from a base spirit, lemon juice, simple syrup, and club soda that is served in an ice-filled Collins glass with a fresh fruit garnish.

A drink made of a base spirit, wine, or liqueur topped with a sweet carbonated beverage that is served in a Collins glass with a lemon twist garnish.

Also known as a liqueur, a bottled beverage made fromliquor, one or more sweetening agents, and other flavorings.

A mixed drink made from a base spirit, lemon juice, and maraschino liqueur that is strained into a sugar-rimmed Sour glass that is lined with a lemon peel spiral.

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