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beverage - Glossary Search

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beverage whisk Glossary Term
mini-whisk, miniature whisk,
beverage urn Glossary Term
A large tea or coffee pot most often used for making greater quantities of beverages than the standard sized coffe pots.
guava nectar Glossary Term
A non-carbonated beverage flavored by the pulp from the tropical fruit guava. This thirst-quenching beverage has a tangy flavor that has a naturally rich sweetness.
brew Glossary Term
A beverage made by the process of brewing. Beverages such as coffee and tea are brewed with infusion.
mull Glossary Term
A flavoring or infusing process that is used to alter and enhance the natural flavor of a beverage. It begins by heating a beverage and then adding a spice or various mulling spices, which includes herbs, to the warm drink.
tea Glossary Term
The word "tea" can be used to reference the beverage served as a drink, the leaves used to make the beverage and the shrub from which the leaves are taken.
cocktail pick Glossary Term
A beverage utensil that is used to hold fruit cubes, onions, cherries, or any item that can be pierced and placed in a drink.
sangrita Glossary Term
A beverage originating in Mexico that is made from vegetable juice, citrus juices and spicy seasonings.
ice cube Glossary Term
A traditional small block of frozen water that is used to keep beverages and foods cool while they are being stored, prepared, served, and consumed.
peach nectar Glossary Term
A non-carbonated beverage flavored by the pulp from peaches. It has a mild peach flavor and aroma. Peach nectar is light yellowish orange in color.
mango nectar Glossary Term
A non-carbonated beverage flavored by the pulp from mangos. A mango is a tropical fruit that has a flavor which tastes like a blend of pineapple, apricot, and peach.
tamarind nectar Glossary Term
A non-carbonated beverage flavored by tamarind, which is a tropical fruit from a shade tree that was originally found in Asia and North Africa.
carafe Glossary Term
A stylish beverage container that is used for holding both hot and cold liquids. Typically made from materials such as glass, metal or plastic formed into an appealing shape, a Carafe will often hold water, wine, punch, a carbonated beverage, tea, coffee, cocoa, and other similar drinks.
macchiato Glossary Term
A coffee beverage that combines frothed steamed milk with a shot of espresso. Latte macchiato is a beverage that consists of a larger portion (8 ounces) of steamed and frothed milk with a shot of espresso.
mojito Glossary Term
A chilled cocktail served in warm climates that combines 2 tablespoons of sugar, 2 or 3 sprigs of fresh mint, 1 to 2 ounces of white (light) rum, 3 tablespoons of fresh lime juice, and top of the glass with a small amount (or to taste) of chilled club soda.
cork Glossary Term
The common term that describes a beverage stopper or cap used to keep the liquid contents in bottles from being exposed to air or being allowed to flow out.
kefir Glossary Term
A cultured milk beverage, which originated in a mountainous region of Eastern Europe and western Asia known as the Caucasus.
eau de vie Glossary Term
A French term for an alcoholic beverage that is distilled from fermented fruit to produce a clear brandy or liqueur.
swizzle stick Glossary Term
This utensil is made to stir the contents of a beverage prior to and as it is consumed in order to keep the ingredients well blended or to alter the taste.
airelle Glossary Term
A French term for an alcoholic beverage that is distilled from fermented cranberries for use as a brandy or liqueur.
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