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Sake, the traditional Japanese alcoholic drink, is made from fermented rice. The alcoholic content of sake varies from 14-20 percent. Sake possesses a sweet and rich taste, reminding of flowers and fruits.
Rakia is an alcoholic drink, widespread among the Balkan countries predominantly. Rakia is obtained after fermented fruits go through the process of distillation (boiling).
Vermouth is an aromatized wine, drunk neat or combined in cocktails with other alcoholic drinks. To aromatize vermouth, seeds, roots and flowers of different herbs are used, as well as fruits.
Gin is a high alcohol drink, which alcoholic drink aficionados know due to its presence in a wide range of cocktails that are popular worldwide. Real gin is made from the fruits of the juniper plant, as well as other fruits.
Tequila is a popular spirit originating from Mexico. Tequila is obtained through the fermentation of the juice of a plant known as blue agave.
Rum is a distilled alcoholic drink, a favorite for a whole lot of people around the world. Rum is made from sugar cane, as well as from sugar cane syrup.
Amaretto is an Italian sweet liqueur, which is made from apricots or almonds, in some instances both. Amaretto can be widely used in cooking, including in ice cream cakes with almonds and chocolate, cheesecakes and layer cakes.
Scotch is an alcoholic drink or more accurately, a whiskey. What's more specific about it is that it's made in Scotland. In fact, if a whiskey is made anywhere else it cannot rightly be classified as Scotch.
Cognac is an alcoholic drink, more concretely a type of brandy. Today, quality cognac is made from a grape variety known as Ugni Blanc.
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