(booze type) An Italian bitter liqueur, commonly drunk after dinner as a digestif. The plural of amaro is amari. Read more


(booze type) A Spanish word meaning “aged” that refers to tequila or mezcal that is aged for a minimum of one year… Read more


(booze type) An alcoholic beverage taken before a meal, like an appetizer, to open up the palate and stimulate the appetite. Apéritifs… Read more


(adjective, booze type) Refers to a distilled spirit, wine, beer, cocktail, or other alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage that has been aged in a… Read more


(booze type) An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting starches (usually derived from cereal grains like malted barley, wheat, corn, or rice) with… Read more


(booze type) A Spanish term meaning “white” that refers to un-aged or very lightly-aged tequila. Blanco tequila may be aged for up… Read more

blended malt

(booze type) A blended malt is a blend of two or more single malt scotch whiskies from different distilleries. Unlike blended whiskies,… Read more

blended whisky

(booze type) A scotch whisky made from a blend of two or more scotch whiskies from different distilleries. Unlike blended malts, blended… Read more

blue curaçao

(booze type) A citrus liqueur flavored with the peel of the laraha citrus fruit, a relative of the orange that is grown… Read more

bottled in bond

(booze type, phrase) A term used to describe American distilled spirits, usually whiskey, that fit a number of strict legal regulations. To be… Read more


(booze type) A type of whiskey distilled in the United States. According to the US Federal Government, a whiskey may only be… Read more


(booze type) A distilled spirit made from fermented fruit, commonly grapes, apples, or pears. The base of a brandy is, in almost… Read more

Canadian whisky

(booze type) A variety of whisky distilled in Canada. Historically, Canadian whisky had a higher rye content in its mash than most… Read more

cask strength

(adjective, booze type) A distilled spirit that has not been diluted after aging in a barrel. Most spirits are aged at a very… Read more


(booze type) An alcoholic mixed drink, specifically a beverage that contains one or more types of alcohol, with one or more additional ingredients. Obsolete: A… Read more

dark rum

(booze type) Rum that is dark in color and full-bodied in flavor. Dark rum is typically aged for a long period of… Read more


(booze type) An alcoholic beverage taken after a meal. While many claim that digestifs aid digestion, there is minimal scientific evidence to… Read more


(booze type) A spirit distilled from fruit that does not fall into any other category of brandy. An eau-de-vie can be distilled… Read more


(booze type) A Spanish term meaning “extra-aged” that refers to tequila aged for at least three years in oak barrels. Established in 2006,… Read more


(booze type) A variety of Italian amaro. Fernet is a bitter, aromatic liqueur, and typically consumed as a digestif. It is particularly… Read more