An alcoholic drink consumed before lunch or dinner to whet the appetite.
Bartenders keep a running tab, and you pay the final bill at the end of the evening based on how much your guests drank.
Fee per bottle charged to open and serve liquor that you bring to your reception site.
An alcoholic drink, like cognac, consumed after a meal, usually to aid in digestion.
Cocktails made of liquor like vodka and some type of mixer like cranberry juice.
You pay a flat fee for your guests to drink for an allotted period of time.
A drink where one layer of liqueur is floated on top of another.
The most expensive liquors.
An Italian word for sparkling wine.