Guess alcohol names? You’ve come to the right place.
In this blog post, we will share some of the most bizarre guesses for popular alcoholic beverages that people have made on various social media platforms. Some may seem ridiculous, but they are all based off of actual company names and brands! For example: “I think it’s called Vodka.”
“I think it’s called I’m not going to drink that.”
At the heart of this blog post are some pretty hilarious guesses for popular alcohol brands. Mixing marketing and humor, we’ll take a look at these ridiculous names people have thought up! Let’s start with one question: what do you call vodka? If VODKA doesn’t quite fit your fancy (or if you’re just looking for something new), then maybe try out one of these more humorous options.
“Is it Everclear?” The name Everclear sounds like the perfect option if you want an alcoholic beverage is as clear as rainwater – or so goes the joke anyways! But while we’re on the subject of vodka, how about Absolut?
“I think it’s called I’m not going to drink that.” Too much of anything can be bad for you – even alcohol!
You might want to reconsider who or what you’re calling if this is your favorite. Another one: “Is it Everclear?” The name Everclear sounds like an option if you want a clear beverage with high alcoholic content; but while we’re on the subject of vodka, why not try out Absolut? It could be your new guilty pleasure in no time at all!
“What do they call beer again?” Everyone knows and loves Corona Beer (or so goes the joke anyways!), but have you ever wondered what the name is for this popular choice? If you’re not sure, it’s probably just too early in your day to be thinking about alcohol.
“I think I’ll call my drink something a little bit more classy.” Johnnie Walker Black Label Scotch Whiskey sounds like an option if you want that “classy,” high-end type of feeling when drinking. It can have up to 40% ABV content! Another one: “What do they call wine again?” Too much variety and maybe even a little confusion on which kind of alcoholic beverage might suit your fancy?
This article should help clear some things up – so let’s get started already!
There are plenty of choices out there for all types of drinkers. Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what kind of drink is best for you, but don’t worry! There are sites such as Alcohol.org that offer a variety of suggestions based on your preferences and other factors like calorie counting and even the time of day you plan to consume the alcohol
A fun fact about Champagne: “What’s in this?””Champagne.” What do they call wine again? The answer may surprise you – according to Wine Folly, red wine grapes come from regions all over the world including France, Italy, Argentina, Croatia (not so surprising), New Zealand or Oregon-and white wines come mainly from either France or Spain..
It has been said by some people that the most popular wine in the United States is white, but it has also been said that this opinion comes from people who have never actually tasted red.
“Champagne.” What do they call wine again? The answer may surprise you – according to Wine Folly, red wine grapes come from regions all over the world including France, Italy, Argentina, Croatia (not so surprising), New Zealand or Oregon-and white wines come mainly from either France or Spain.. It has been said by some people that the most popular wine in the United States is white, but it has also been said that this opinion comes from people who have never actually tasted red. One more interesting point about Champagne: “What’s in this?””Champagne.”
It has been said by some people that the most popular wine in the United States is white, but it has also been said that this opinion comes from people who have never actually tasted red. One more interesting point about Champagne: “What’s in this?””Champagne.”
Johnnie Walker Black Label (highest-selling Scotch whiskey) __ Johnnie Walker Red Label (second highest-selling offering) __
The world of alcohol features a wide spectrum of tastes and flavors – one study found there are over 35,00 types on offer! It can be hard to know which type you’ll enjoy if your taste buds aren’t all too familiar with what they like yet. That being said, here are few suggestions that may or may not suit your particular pallet:
Johnnie Walker Black Label is “a blended scotch-style whiskey created in Ayrshire, Scotland by John and Hugh Bladon for Robert Kilgour & Co. Ltd. It was introduced in 1820 when Alexander Walker merged his successful grocery business with the company.” __ The first batch of whisky had a production run of only 12 bottles; today it’s the highest selling Scotch whiskey globally! __ Recommended to be served neat (neither ice nor water) __ Has been awarded two gold medals at international spirit competitions over its history
Aromatic – Full bodied yet smooth taste profile. Ideal aged between 15 and 25 years old._
[_Red Label is a blended scotch-style whiskey, produced by Johnnie Walker & Sons Ltd._]
[_Recommended to be served neat (neither ice nor water) and best aged between 12 and 15 years old.]
Lagavulin 16 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky was ranked the world’s fifth best whisky in Jim Murray’s 2012 World Whiskies Awards. It has been described as “the ultimate malt for those who like their whiskies full bodied, peaty and complex.” _ Recommended to be served straight up or on the rocks. Best when paired with food that includes coffee flavors such as chocolate desserts __ You’ll find it at most liquor stores across the US!
Vodka, Gin and Whiskey are all names of most likely British origin
Kahlua is the name for a town in Mexico
Absinthe is from France but was banned there because it causes brain damage. (It’s now legal again)
Champagne comes from the Champagne region in France and other parts of Europe
Tequila is an alcoholic beverage distilled out of blue agave plants grown in Mexico. The Mezcal plant is similar to Tequila with slight differences you can taste if you know what they are looking at or smell(ing). If not then just order one over another as both will get you drunk. These two drinks have vastly different flavors that suit different tastes
Rums come from a variety of countries, but are mostly made in the Caribbean.
Some popular rums you may know is Bacardi (from Cuba) and Captain Morgan It’s worth noting that all brands will be different depending on where it comes from because they have their own unique flavor profile based off of which country or island they’re brewed at. For example: Rum punches are often used to make Jamaican rum drinks like daiquiris, Mojitos etc. These types of drinks tend to use lime juice as opposed to lemon for sour notes while also using more spices than other regions might use due to the culture difference between Jamaica and places like Guatemala, Mexico or Puerto Rico
Wine can also have a lot of variations but they’re usually based off the region in which it’s made. For example, wine from California is often more fruity than wines from other countries or regions because that area has different terroir (soil) and climate conditions -Tequila comes exclusively from one country: Mexico. It can be produced anywhere within its boundaries including cities like Tequila, Jalisco; Tijuana, Baja California etc -Vodka is not considered an alcoholic beverage by some people due to how neutral it tastes. However, vodka does have a flavor profile which means there are certain types you may prefer over others such as wheat vodkas vs rye vodkas for instance! Of course this