B Popular Spirits and Liquors

By on June 2, 2023 in Drinking with 0 Comments

We take a look at more popular drinks starting with B.  There are some fantastic spirits and liquors for you to stock in your home. Also, some rare ones might just be a talking point.

B popular spirits

Popular Drinks Starting with B’s

B & B

a ready-prepared liqueur combining Benedictine and brandy (43o)


a famous Caribbean firm of rum producers best known for its light white rums.

Baileys Irish Cream

A Cream liqueur based on Irish Whiskey flavored with chocolate

Banane, creme de

a liqueur made from spirit and bananas


A sweet red wine (vin doux naturel) from Roussilon in the southwest of France



(myrtille) liqueur or creme, based on bilberry and spirit (not much used in cocktails)


concentrated essences or drinks made from roots, fruits and peel, commonly gentian, quinine, and orange, macerated in spirits.  Concentrated bittings include Angostura, Peychaud, Underberg, and bitter aperitifs include Amer Picon, Campari Fernet Branca


(mure) liqueur based on ripe fruit and spirit and very popular in northern Europe (Kroatzbeere in Germany and Jerzyvowka in Poland)


Applied particularly to whisk (e) y on both sides of the Atlantic.  It describes Scotch which is a mixture of malt and grain whisky.  And American whiskey is a mixture of straight whiskeys or of whiskey and a neutral spirit.  Blended rye is a mixture of whiskeys coming from several distilleries.


A kind of gin from Eastern Europe


A brandy made from figs in Tunisia


American whiskey was originally made in Bourbon County, Kentucky, BN Barclay’s, Foure Roses, IW Harper, Jim Beam, Kentucky, Gentleman, Old Charter, Old Forester etc.


A spirit distilled from any fruit but particularly the grape


an aperitif based on red wine and flavored with quinine and orange peel.

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Maddy, is a lifestyle addict. With over 20 years bartending experience. Being the editor for Mix Your Drink, seemed like the next logical step to being able to share her experience with making mixed drinks.


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