Bar glossary


  • CO'PS (Cops) is a coffee cola nut liqueur, which is made from natural ingredients. "The high-proof shot that brightens the night and cultivates the morning,…
  • cocktails literally means "cocktail". the origin of this name lies in america, where it was customary to serve a drink in honour of the winner "on the cock's…
  • Kokosnusscreme (oder auch Cream Coconut) ist eine dickflüssige Creme aus eingedicktem Kokosnussfett und mit Rohrzucker gesüßter Kokosmilch. Show details »
  • Cointreau is the most famous orange liqueur in the world. it is produced on the basis of bitter and sweet orange peels, which are mostly from the Caribbean.…
  • A colada is a creamy, usually quite sweet tropical cocktail that always contains coconut cream and usually rum as the base spirit and pineapple juice. By…
  • Condensed milk is made from milk by reducing its water content. It was produced and marketed as a preserve from the middle of the 19th century, as fresh milk…
  • The large-fruited cranberry (or cranberry) is best known by the English name cranberry. High-quality, firm fruits are sold as whole fruits and used for…
  • Crème de Violette, also Liqueur de Violette (from French violette = violet), is the name for violet-blue or violet liqueurs with violet aroma. The name "Crème"…
  • Non-alcoholic aperitif. Show details »
  • For the infusion, peel a cucumber down to the core, place cucumber slices in a sufficiently large container and fill up with 0.7l gin (e.g. Hendriks), close…
  • "1 cup" in German recipes usually corresponds to an eighth of a liter (125 ml); however, in translations from English-speaking countries, the unit of…
  • Triple Sec is a Curaçao (orange liqueur), which has a slightly higher alcohol content. 35 to 40% by volume are typical here. Curaçao was originally made from…
  • Cynar is an Italian liqueur (amaro) made from artichokes and herbs of reddish-brown color. It has a slightly bitter, tart-sweet taste. The alcohol content is…
  • A digestif is a mostly alcoholic drink that is drunk after a meal, and certain short drinks (after-dinner cocktails) are suitable as digestives, but also…
  • Drambuie (according to Gaelic an dram buidheach "a potion that makes happy") is a Scottish liqueur with an alcohol content of 40% vol. It is made from malt…
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