Some alcoholic drinks that start with the letter "M" are margarita, martini and mojito. Non-alcoholic drinks that begin with the letter "M" include Mountain Dew, Mug Root Beer, Monster Energy and Minute Maid.Know More
The ingredients for a margarita are 1 1/2 ounces of tequila, 1/2 ounce of triple sec (an orange-flavored liqueur) and 1 ounce of lime juice. Pour all three ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice in it. Shake the drink, and then pour it into a chilled glass that has a salted rim. Serve the margarita neat or on the rocks.
The ingredients for a martini are 4 ounces of gin and 1 ounce of dry vermouth. Pour both ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice in it and stir. Pour the drink into a chilled martini glass. An olive can be added as a garnish.
The ingredients for a mojito are 10 mint leaves, 1/2 of a lime cut into 4 wedges, 2 tablespoons of white sugar, 1 1/2 ounces of white rum and 1/2 cup of club soda. Place the mint leaves and one lime wedge into a glass, and then crush. Add the sugar and two more lime wedges to the mixture, and then crush again. Fill the glass with ice, then pour the rum and club soda into the drink and stir.Learn more about Beverages
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The Shirley Temple, red apple "Sangria," Celery Collins and the Rehydrator are all non-alcoholic cocktails, or mocktails. Some of them are original non-alcoholic beverages, invented by resourceful bartenders, whereas others are merely non-alcoholic versions of well-known cocktails.Full Answer >
The Foxy Lady and the Julia are two examples of mixed drinks that use amaretto. The liqueur is Italian in origin with an almond flavor, though it doesn't always contain the nut. The chief ingredient of the spirit is typically apricot pits.Full Answer >
Non-carbonated drinks are beverages like milk, wine, spirits, spring water and fresh juice that do not have carbon dioxide dissolved in them. Almost any beverage can be carbonated by being pressure treated, a process which causes the drink to become effervescent, or fizzy. Some beverages, like water, wine and juice, are available in both carbonated and non-carbonated varieties.Full Answer >