Cognac, Chianti and Calvados are all known beverages. You may have enjoyed them at a dinner party. But did you know that they're also places? A roundup of party beverages named after ographical locations.
The names of drinks, spirits and wines like Cognac, Chianti and Calvados are familiar to many of us. But where do these hard-to-pronounce names originally come from?
Dancing in a disco, boozing in a bar? How boring! Nowadays, partygoers aren't satisfied with just any old party at your standard locale. They want to celebrate whenever they want, wherever they want!
You can either drink them or go on vacation to them - or both. Here are five alcoholic beverages that are named after cities.
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