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Based on the description, name the beverage.
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Last updated: March 23, 2015
First submittedFebruary 28, 2013
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Description
Beverage
H2O
Water
What mammals make
Milk
Concentrated Italian coffee
Espresso
The above, plus steamed milk
and chocolate
Cafe Mocha
New Year's beverage of choice
Champagne
Bourbon is a type of this
Whiskey
Lager or ale
Beer
7-11's brand of slush
Slurpee
Made from sassafras
Root Beer
Used in a cult's mass suicide
Flavor Aid
Canada Dry, for example
Ginger Ale
Drink of the Greek gods
Nectar
Brand of flavored drink used
by early astronauts
Tang
Description
Beverage
Jesus turned water into this
Wine
The above, plus chopped fruit and brandy
Sangria
Liquor once rationed by the British Navy
Rum
Soda brand that supposedly has 23 flavors
Dr Pepper
Screwdriver or mimosa ingredient
Orange Juice
Cocktail sometimes called a "Caucasian"
White Russian
Yogurt-based drink of India and Pakistan
Lassi
Thought to be a fungus, but actually made
from a yeast and bacteria mixture
Kombucha
The British have a time for this
Tea
The above, on ice
Iced Tea
When life gives you lemons, make this
Lemonade
Made from equal parts of the last two
Arnold Palmer
Creamy Christmas beverage, often
seasoned with nutmeg
Eggnog
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level 54
Mar 8, 2013
Isn't sarsaparilla and root beer the same thing? If it is, could you accept it?
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level 42
Apr 19, 2014
I'm with you I was sure it was sarsaparilla...I figured they were the same thing
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level 76
Apr 7, 2015
They're similar, especially nowadays, though originally they were distinct. Root beer was primarily flavored with sassafras, while sarsaparilla was primarily "smilax regelii," aka sarsaparilla. Even historically, both "tonics" often included similar ingredients, though in differing proportions.
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level 51
Jun 22, 2018
I tried to spell sarsaparilla ten different ways... never did think of root beer
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level 44
Mar 9, 2013
thanks for accepting half and half for Arnold Palmer!
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level 25
Jun 23, 2013
Nectar? You mean Ambrosia surely.
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level 72
Jan 28, 2014
It could be either. Ambrosia is now usually used to refer to the food of the Gods, but originally there was little or no distinction between nectar and ambrosia. Anyway, I reckon you're right and ambrosia should be counted...
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level 60
Jul 15, 2015
Tried urine for What Mammals Make - but then had second thoughts.
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level 66
Dec 15, 2015
Bear Grills, is that you?
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level 67
Jun 15, 2016
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level 56
Jul 15, 2015
Never HEARD of an 'Arnold Palmer'.
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level 67
Jul 15, 2015
You should try it, it's absolutely delicious, especially on a blazing hot day.
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level 66
Jul 15, 2015
What? A beverage quiz without Coke? Impossible.
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level 16
Jul 16, 2015
I think an acceptable answer for "When life gives you lemons..." should be "You make life take the lemons back!" We all know that's how the saying REALLY goes.
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level 67
Jul 16, 2015
Canada Dry also makes tonic water. I use it for my gin and tonics. Kind of a vague clue.
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level 55
Jul 13, 2016
gins and tonic
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
gins and tonics?
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level 19
Jul 19, 2015
Can't believe I didn't get tea or iced tea! :(
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level 53
Apr 12, 2016
10/26 and i'm 35
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level 73
Jun 15, 2016
What makes champagne the answer to the New Year's drink of choice? Either that is a contender for the most subjective quiz question ever or there's some reference I don't know about - Is it on a tv show or something?
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level 62
Mar 5, 2017
Good point.
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level 77
Apr 4, 2019
I'd say that in the USA it is the drink most associated with new years eve. Perhaps that is not the case in the rest of the world, but I thought it was an easy question.
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
Might not be in every country but it is a common thing not just usa. I think most of the western world. (western europe, usa and australia new zealand.)>

At least something sparkly/bubbly. It is the standard image, if you look up new years eve you get images/cards of clinging champagne glasses just like when you look up birthday you get balloons and cake. Though not everyone might use/have those at birthdays.

Btw we didnt actually drink champagne, but did always toast with something in a nice glass. But on bigger gatherings there usually is atleast one bottle so everyone can get a sip and if not then there is prosecco or cava. It is the thought that count. Toasting on the stroke of midnight.

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level 58
Apr 7, 2017
"When life hands you lemons, make whiskey sours" W.C. Fields
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level 28
Sep 26, 2017
the hell is flavor aid xD
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level 76
Jul 17, 2018
A powdered drink similar to Kool-Aid. If you don't know what Kool-Aid is, considered yourself lucky. (It's a powder of artificial flavors and colors which is mixed with sugar and water to make brightly-colored drinks that taste terrible but kids seem to love.) The red flavors stain carpets and clothing without mercy.
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level 67
Dec 5, 2017
Sme tough ones there. Never heard of an Arnold Palmer, Lassi or Kombucha. I had heard of Tang and Flavor Aid but couldn't remember their names.
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level 77
Apr 20, 2018
Kool-Aid is acceptable as a type-in for Flavorade. This incident is where the expression "drinking the Kool Aid" comes from. But Kool-Aid is technically incorrect as in addition to being brainwashed cult member talked into committing mass suicide they were also stuck drinking an off brand of sugary drink powder.
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level 55
Jul 17, 2018
The documentary "Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple" contains archival footage of Jones talking about the supplies they have, and both brands can be seen. Although this does not prove that both were used for the poisoning, it is good circumstantial evidence that it was likely both. A first-hand account (Jonestown Is an Eerie Ghost Town Now, by Charles A. Krause, printed in the Washington Post, December 17, 1978) does mention that there were Flavor Aid packets, and this is likely the source of the many articles that claim that it was Flavor Aid instead of Kool Aid; however, there is no conclusive evidence that Flavor Aid was used exclusively.
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
I knew lassi (but only know it from indonesia.. so first I thought that couldnt be the answer) and kombucha, was proud I typed it correctly in one go though haha, thought I would fail it on spelling. But never heard of Flavor Aid, Slurpee, Arnold Palmer or Tang, they must all be american things?

Plus I didnt get root beer or ginger ale, I háve heard of those, but to this day I still don't know what it is. I think I tried to look it up once, but that obviously didnt help.

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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
I also didnt get dr pepper which we do have here, but no commercials or anything so had no idea about claims they make or types of flavours (we only have one and on rare occasion I have seen a cherry version, but that was years ago).

And missed orange juice... I have no idea about the ingredients of those.. I was trying several types of liquor..

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level 41
Dec 14, 2017
I got Kvass (Kombucha), but not Espresso..
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level 46
Feb 19, 2018
Can you accept "caddie shack" for Arnold Palmer? I'm pretty sure that was its name before Arnold Palmer made it popular. But I could be wrong.
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level 77
Apr 20, 2018
Mammals also make Long Island iced teas
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
Hah good one, it goes for several answers on this quiz though.
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level 18
Jul 17, 2018
Serious disadvantage being Australian for this quiz: stuff like "Dr. Pepper" doesn't really exist in Aus but we have Schwepps, Kirks and plenty of other brands that have at least 27 flavours.
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level 35
Jul 18, 2018
Water is not a beverage.
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level 73
Dec 6, 2018
Of course it is.. Or at least can be - the sea is not a beverage, a bottle of Volvic is.
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
A beverage is something you can drink, so yea it is. It comes from latin bibere meaning to drink. (Though I guess it can differ locally. If you exclude water from drink aswell, as in do you want a drink, I guess I can imagine in some places it will be excluded)
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level 79
Jan 29, 2019
got stuck on fruit and wine mix, those mixed and hot with spice make mulled wine
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level 58
May 22, 2019
maybe fancy european sangria is made with port, but my homemade stuff always used vodka. I was also sure it was mulled wine. (or glogg, the Scandinavian version)
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level 62
Aug 23, 2019
sangria with vodka O.O I have absolutely no idea what that would taste like but I doubt it tastes like sangria. Personally I only know the base for sangria to be red wine (and often with sugar, but when I made it myself I just dropped the fruit right into the wine, the fruit makes it plenty sweet already)
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