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Pale Ale
Pale ale is a term used to describe a variety of beers which use ale yeast and predominantly pale malts. It is widely considered to be one of the major beer style groups. All of the More…
PAMA
PAMA is a pomegranate liqueur produced PAMA Spirits Co. of Bardstown, Kentucky, United States, a subsidiary of Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc., also based in Bardstown, Kentucky. PAMA is More…
Parfait Amour
Parfait Amour is a liqueur. Purple in colour, it is often used in cocktails primarily for its colour, and is generally created from a Curaçao liqueur base. Parfait Amour appears to have More…
Passione Nera
Passione Nera is a liqueur similar to Sambuca produced by Luxardo (who also produce Sambuca and Limoncello). It has a strength of 38% and its consistency is very similar to the syrupy More…
Passoã
Passoã is a passion fruit liqueur made in France, with mango being one of the ingredients. It is red-pink colored and has an alcohol volume of 17%. Passoã is also made in mango, pineapple, More…
Pastis
Pastis (pronounced in US: /pæˈstiːs/, UK: /ˈpæstɪs/) is an anise-flavored liqueur and apéritif from France, typically containing 40–45% alcohol by volume, although alcohol-free varieties More…
Patxaran
Patxaran (Basque from baso aran (wild plum); called Pacharán in Spanish) is a sloe-flavoured liqueur commonly drank in Navarre, the Pyrenees and the rest of Spain. The liqueur is made by More…
Peach Schnapps
Peach flavored. Most schnapps are generally low in proof and contain a lower sugar content than other cordials.
Peppermint Schnapps
Peppermint flavored liqueur. Schnapps is less sweet than a liqueur or a fruit creme.
Pernod
A 90-proof aperitif that was once synonymous with absinthe, Pernod, one of the original distillers of absinthe, is as close as you'll get to that now-outlawed French liqueur. Pernod More…
Pernod Anise
The recipe for Pernod is a slight variation of the original recipe for absinthe; an herbal elixer made from 15 exotic herbs steeped in alcohol. Licorice flavored and yellow-green color. More…
Peter Heering
They are most famous for HEERING Cherry Liqueur, a liqueur flavoured with cherries which is often referred to simply as Peter Heering or Cherry Heering in cocktail recipes. HEERING Cherry More…
Pisang Ambon
Pisang Ambon is a brand of Dutch liqueur produced, distributed and marketed by the House of Lucas Bols.[1] It has a dominating banana flavour, with additional tropical fruit nuances, and a More…
Ponche crema
Ponche crema is a Venezuelan cream-based liqueur. Recipes vary depending on the region, but main ingredients typically include milk, eggs, sugar, rum, and other minor ingredients such as More…
Ponche Diva
Ponche Diva is a cream-based pistachio liqueur made in the Bahamas. It has an alcohol content of 10% ABV (20º proof).
Porter
Porter is a dark-coloured style of beer. The history and development of stout and porter are intertwined.[1] The name was first used in the 18th century from its popularity with the street More…
Prunelle
Prunelle is the French word for the fruit of the Blackthorn shrub, (Prunus spinosa), known as a sloe. It is too sour to eat but is used in jams and jellies. From it a dark acid More…
Pucker
Pucker is a sour apple liqueur, similar in taste to both granny smith apples and green apple flavored candy. Made by the DeKuyper company it is just one of many in their line of fruit More…
Punt è Mes
According to Playboy's Host & Bar Book, Punt è Mes is a "deep, dark Italian aperitif wine known for its provocative bitterness.... It will cause you first to shudder, then More…
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