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PROPER BAR PRONUNCIATION

Nothing looks worse to a potential manager, a coworker, or a customer than if you mispronounce a liquor, liqueur, or wine.  Look at the list below and practice.

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Apertif   (uh-pair-a-TEEF)

Amaretto Di Saronno  (dee-sa-ROW-no)

Angostura Bitters (ang-uh-STOOR-uh)

Blue Curacao (CURE-ah-sow)

Cabernet Sauvignon (cab-er-NAY soh-vin-YAWN)

Cachaca (ka-SHA-suh)

Caipirinha (ki-purr-REEN-ya)

Chambord (Sham-BOARD)

Chardonnay (shar-doh-NAY)

Cointreau (KWAN-trow)

Courvoisier (core-VAH-see-A)

Creme de cassis (ka-CEASE)

Creme de cacao (ka-KAY-o)

Creme de noyeaux (noy-YOH)

Dom Perignon (dom-pay-ree-NYON)

Drambuie (dram-BOO-ee)

Galliano (gall-lee-YAH-no)

Glenfiddich (glen-FIH-dik)

Glenlivet (glen-LIVE-it)

Glenmorangie (glen-MORang-ee)

Grand Marnier (GRAN mahr-nYAY)

Maraschino (mare-es-SHEE-no)

Mezcal (mehs-KAL)

Mojito (mo-HEE-toe)

Pinot Noir (PEE-no NWAR)

Riesling (REEZ-ling)

Rumple Minz (RUM-pull mints)

Sambuca (sam-BOO-ka)

Sommelier (sum-ul-YAY)

Worcestershire (WOOS-tuhr-sheer)

 

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