(n.) Invented in the 16th century soon after Portuguese colonialists introduced sugarcane to Brazil, cachaça is a spirit distilled More

Call Drink

(n.) A drink order in which the specific brand of liquor is specified. (e.g. “I would like a Hendrick’s More

Canadian Whisky

(n.) Legally, Canadian whisky must be distilled from fermented grains, aged for three years in wood casks and bottled More


(n.) Wooden barrels, or casks, have been used for millennia to transport liquids throughout Asia and Europe, falling out More


(n.) Invented by Carthusian Monks in the early-16th century for medicinal purposes, Chartreuse is one of the earliest-known herbal More


(n.) A mild beverage, usually water or beer, sipped after consuming a shot of hard liquor, or a shot More

Club Soda

(n.) Carbonated water with added minerals—commonly sodium bicarbonate or salt—club soda was designed to approximate mineral water, which is More


An offshoot of the punch family tree, a cobbler is, at its most basic, a mix of a spirit, More

Cocktail Stirrer

(n.) A thin rod, usually made of plastic, glass or metal, used to mix the ingredients of a cocktail, More


(n.) This grape brandy is made in the Charente region of France. The Dutch invented cognac in the 17th More


(n.) A catch-all category for a broad swath of drinks made by mixing a spirit or fortified wine with More


(n.) In the United States, the terms cordial and liqueur can be used interchangeably to denote a sweetened-spirit, though More

Crème de Cacao

(n.): A sweetened liqueur flavored with cacao (cocoa bean) and vanilla. The word “crème” refers to the rich texture More