Bar glossary


  • The fruits are juicy and tasty. Blackberry fruits are suitable for fresh consumption, as a topping for cakes and to prepare jam, jelly, sorbet, juice, wine and…
  • BOLS Elderflower is a light liqueur, which is made on the basis of elderflower. It contains 17% alcohol by volume and is therefore ideal for fresh summer…
  • Based on the original recipe from 1820, the new Bols Genever impresses with its outstanding mixability and complex taste. Bols Genever is made from more than…
  • Bols Red Orange is a bright red liqueur with powerful flavors of passion fruit and blood orange overlaid with hints of peach and citrus. Red Orange, like…
  • Bombay Sapphire is a gin brand introduced in 1987, allegedly based on a London recipe from 1761. It has been part of Bacardi since 1998. The striking feature…
  • The wonderfully gentle green tea liqueur Bruja Bella Licor de Té Verde has all the characteristics of this tea leaf, which enjoys great popularity thanks to…
  • Brazilian sugar cane spirit made directly from the juice of the sugar cane. The best known Cachaca in our country is the clear Pitu with 41% by volume. Show details »
  • Caipirinha actually means "peasant drink" (caipira = farmer, backwoodsman) and is an alcoholic mixed drink (cocktail) from Brazil. the "peasant" on the…
  • Camitz Sparkling Vodka is a unique and extraordinary 100% all natural and refreshing Sparkling Vodka made in Sweden. We use only the highest quality grain from…
  • Campari ist ein roter Kräuterlikör mit bittersüßem Geschmack. Er wird seit 1862 in Mailand (Italien) hergestellt, wo er im Cafe Camparino erstmals ausgeschenkt…
  • Caramel (alternative spelling: caramel or caramel) is a mixture of melted sugar and its oxidized and condensed reaction products produced by strong, dry…
  • Cava, from Catalan for el cava, English: sparkling wine, is a quality sparkling wine and one of the most famous specialities of Catalonia. Show details »
  • Chambord Liqueur Royale de France is a French berry liqueur with 16.5% alcohol by volume, made from black raspberries, blackberries, XO Cognac, Madagascar…
  • Chartreuse is the name of several herbal liqueurs produced by the Carthusian monks of the Great Charterhouse (La Grande Chartreuse in French) near Grenoble in…
  • This world-famous cherry liqueur was first produced in 1818 by the Peter F. Heering company in Copenhagen. The Cherry Heering owes its subtle sweetness and…
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