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13 Alcohol Brand Names You're Probably Saying Wrong

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You finally know how to pronounce restaurant names, but how will you fare when it comes to a nightcap? We're not just talking bars or cocktails here; we're talking about alcohol brands itself.

From Blue Curaçao to Veuve Clicquot, there's a lot of tricky brands that are hard to pronounce with confidence. Here's a pronunciation guide for 13 commonly mispronounced alcohol brands—perfect for the next time you get tipple-happy.

1| Blue Curaçao

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2| Chimay

3| Cointreau

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4| Courvoisier

5| Dom Pérignon

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6| Glenfiddich

7| Glenlivet

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8| Glenmorangie

9| Hoegaarden

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10| Moët & Chandon

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11| Stella Artois

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12| Tsingtao

13| Veuve Clicquot

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