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Beer - Classic fermented malt beverage made for centuries by countless civilizations.
Bitters - Dark brown with an orange cast fresh peppermint aromas are very distinctive a huge blast of menthol assaults the palate with a drying bitter herb finish.
Brandy - Distilled spirit made from fermented fruit.
Cider - Seasoned apple juice
Coffee - A coffee bean beverage. Believed to have originated in Ethiopia, but Brazil and Columbia are the two largest producers today. American roast (
Dairy - Butter is produced by churning fresh dairy cream into a semi-solid block. It is sold in a stick form or by the pound. Butter used for baking may be salted or unsalted. It is used by most bread bakers for its flavor, and provides a golden-brown color to the crust.
Extract - Spicy red pepper sauce.
Fruit - Fruit also known as the Barbados Cherry. High in vitamin C, it is eaten fresh or used to make jams and jellies. Acerola is often cultivated as an ornamental shrub, particularly in the southeastern United States.
Gin - From the Anchor Steam Brewery comes one of the finest gins available the distinctive flavor comes from a blend juniper berries and other botanicals.
Juice - A unique blend of Clam and Tomato juices.
Liqueur - A black cherry and almond flavored liqueur.
Mixer - Popular brand of lemon-lime soda.
Nuts - The main types of almonds are sweet and bitter. Sweet almonds are delicate, slightly sweet and usually used in recipes. Bitter almonds are often used to flavor extracts and liqueurs.
Other Food - Frozen water.
Rum - Light rum infused with lemon flavor, such as Bacardi Limon.
Schnapps - Rich apple flavors that are perfect chilled like a schnapps.
Spice - Sodium Chloride
Syrup - Sugar syrup with lemon flavoring
Tea - Hot or iced beverage made with the dried leaves of the tea shrub, a bush growing in Africa and Asia. There are many different varieties of teas and herbals teas that are made with leaves or flowers, such as peppermint and chamomile.
Tequila - Distilled spirit made from the agave plant
Vegetable - Fragrant root, often found in dried and powdered form.
Vodka - Is a neutral spirit with very little flavor. It is clear, colorless and is produced in Russia, Poland, Finland, the United States, Canada and other countries. It was originally made with potatoes (some still is in Russia) but is now made with corn and wheat. Grain is soaked in water, fermented, then distilled 3 times (the third distillation eliminates impurities). Distilled and demineralized water is then added to bring the vodka down to consumable levels (32 to 47% alc./vol.). Then the vodka is filtered through activated wood charcoal filters (either apple tree or birch wood). Best enjoyed straight up ice cold, on the rocks, in mixed drinks, cocktails and tall drinks. Vodka blends well with just about any liquid fruit juices, dairy products, carbonated drinks, vermouths and all liqueurs. Vodka also helps bring out a cocktail's aroma without altering the color.
Whiskey - This 151 proof grain alcohol is great for making home made cordials.
Wine - A white sparkling wine made in the old province of Champagne, France
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