Top 10 drinks facts Selected as the most interesting among drinks related questions in Drinks quiz What is the main difference between Coca-Cola sold in the US, and the Coca-Cola sold in the EU?Sugar. In the United States, Coca-Cola uses high-fructose corn syrup instead of sugar (sacharose) as its main sweetener. There is a small production of sugar-based "Kosher for Passover" Coca-Cola, as Ashkenazi Jews do not consume high fructose corn syrup during Passover.Created by: Kasiabeverages facts » What type of wine bottle represents the photo?Burgundian bottle. This is a Burgundian bottle, because it has a squat silhouette and a neck narrowing upwards.The Mozel/Alzac bottle has a similar shape, but it is more slender. The Bordeaux bottle has a simple, short neck and a cylindrical shape.Created by: Tschukawines facts » How is this element of the wine service called?Decanting of wine. Fundamentally, decanting serves two purposes: to separate a wine from any sediment that may have formed and to aerate a wine in the hope that its aromas and flavors will be more vibrant upon serving. Created by: Tschukacuisine facts » The original French white champagne is made from a grape variety called:Chardonnay. Only chardonnay and only in Champagne, as required by the AOC (Appellation d'origine contrôlée) rules.Created by: Tschukabeverages facts » Which plant is used to produce Tequila?Blue agave. Tequila is a regionally specific distilled beverage and type of alcoholic drink made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila and in the highlands (Los Altos) of the central western Mexican state of Jalisco. Created by: NinjaiMexico facts » Which common beverage was widely used as a really helpful medicine?Tonic water. The bitter-tasting quinine was added to the drink as a prophylactic against malaria. Tonic water was originally intended for consumption in tropical areas of South Asia and Africa, where that disease is endemic. Originally, no sugar was added. Most tonic water today contains a less significant amount of quinine, so the taste is much milder.Created by: life-o-holicmedicine facts » What is a Curaçao liqueur flavored with?Orange peel. Curaçao is made of dried peel of Laraha (Citrus aurantium currassuviencis), a citrus too bitter to be edible. The beverage and the plant come from Dutch Curaçao island by the coasts of Venezuela. Feral Laraha evolved from domesticated Seville orange brought to the island by Spanish settlers. Its peel is also used in medicine to treat stomach.Created by: smyrualcohol facts » Which of the following is a bottom-fermented beer?Baltic Porter is a very high alcohol, sweet, robust porter that originated in the Baltic states. Baltic Porter reflects both the character of original British Porters and the character of sweeter, highly alcoholic Russian Imperial Stouts.Created by: Tschukabeer facts » Which of these stages of beer production is the last?Cooking wort. Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. Beer is brewed from cereal grains — most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize (corn), and rice are also used. During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer.Created by: Tschukaalcohol facts » What was the special ingredient of Vin Mariani?Cocaine. Vin Mariani was a tonic and patent medicine created about 1863 by Angelo Mariani, a French chemist who became intrigued with coca and its economic potential after reading Paolo Mantegazza’s paper on coca's effects. The ethanol in the wine acted as a solvent and extracted the cocaine from the coca leaves, altering the drink’s effect.Created by: Ninjaichemistry facts » Play drinks quiz and see all the questions.