Coffee drinks
Americano, diluted espresso, popularly believed to be after the habit of American soldiers in Italy in WW II
Coffee, perhaps after the Kingdom of Kaffa, now in southwest Ethiopia
Cuban espresso or Café Cubano — Cuba
Georgia (coffee), after the state of Georgia, United States
Greek frappé — Greece
Indian filter coffee — India
Ipoh white coffee, after the city of Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Java, slang for coffee — named after the Indonesian island of Java
Kurdish coffee after Kurdistan
Marocchino, Italian for Moroccan
Mazagran after the city of Mazagran, Algeria
Mocha/Caffè mocha and Moka coffee, after the port city of Mocha in Yemen
Mustang Coffee after the Mustang region of Nepal
Thai iced coffee — Thailand
Tenom coffee, after the town of Tenom, Sabah, northern Borneo, Malaysia
Café Touba after the city of Touba, Senegal
Turkish coffee — Turkey
Vietnamese iced coffee — Vietnam
Wiener Melange and Vienna coffee, after the city of Vienna, Austria
Coffee bean varieties
Arabica coffee — Arabia
Ethiopian Harar and Ethiopian Sidamo — Ethiopia
Guadeloupe Bonifieur after the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, from the Blue Mountains of Jamaica
Kona coffee after the Kona District of Hawaii
Liberian coffee — Liberia
Maragogipe Coffee after the town of Maragogipe, Bahia, Brazil
Mocha coffee bean after the port city of Mocha in Yemen
Molokai coffee after the Hawaiian island of Molokai
Monsooned Malabar after the Malabar Coast of southwest India
Drinking waters
Acqua Panna after the village of Panna, Scarperia e San Piero, Tuscany, Italy
Ambo Mineral Water after the town of Ambo, central Ethiopia
Arrowhead Water after the rock formation in Arrowhead Springs, San Bernardino, California
Bílinská kyselka after the city of Bílina, Czech Republic
Borjomi from the Borjomi Gorge in the country of Georgia
Deer Park Spring Water after the town of Deer Park, Maryland, USA
Ein Gedi after the Ein Gedi oasis, Israel
Evian after Évian-les-Bains, Haute-Savoie, France
Fiji Water — Fiji
Fuentealta after the springs of the same name in Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands
Gerolsteiner Brunnen from Gerolstein in the Eifel mountains, western Germany
Iceland Pure Spring Water and Icelandic Glacial — Iceland
Londonderry Lithia after the town of Londonderry, New Hampshire, USA
Malvern Water after the Malvern Hills, western England
Mohai Agnes mineral water after the village of Moha, central Hungary
Nabeglavi after the village of Nabeghlavi in the country of Georgia
Ozarka after the Ozark Mountains, south central USA
Panama Blue — Panama
Pennine Spring after the Pennine Hills, northwest England
Poland Spring after the town of Poland, Maine, USA
Radenska after the town of Radenci, Slovenia
Ramlösa after Ramlösa, a neighborhood of Helsingborg, southern Sweden
Sairme after the town of Sairme [ru] in the country of Georgia
San Pellegrino, after the town of San Pellegrino Terme, Lombardy, Italy
Selters after the town of Selters, Hesse, Germany
Seltzer water, a generic term for carbonated water named after Selters, Germany
Shollar water after the village of Şollar, northern Azerbaijan
Sierra Springs after the Sierrra Nevada, California, USA
Souroti water after the village of Souroti, near Thessaloniki, Greece
Spa after the town of Spa, Liège, Belgium
Tipperary Natural Mineral Water after County Tipperary, Ireland
Vittel after the town of Vittel, Vosges, northeast France
Volvic after the village of Volvic, Auvergne, France
Whistler Water after Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Zephyrhills after the town of Zephyrhills, Florida, USA
Soft drinks
Afri-Cola — Africa
Auvergnat Cola after the Auvergne region, central France
Baikal after Lake Baikal, Russia
Blenheim Ginger Ale after Blenheim, South Carolina, USA
Breizh Cola after Brittany (Breizh in Breton), western France
Canada Dry — Canada
Cavan Cola after the town of Cavan, Ireland
Champagne cola, indirectly after the Champagne region of France
Chicago Root Beer, a brand named after Chicago
Clearly Canadian — Canada
Cola Turka — Turkey
Corsica Cola after the island of Corsica, France
Cuba Cola, a Swedish soft drink named after the island nation of Cuba
Delaware Punch via the Delaware grape after the city of Delaware, Ohio, USA
Dublin Dr. Pepper, for Dublin, Texas, USA
Guaraná Antarctica — Antarctica
Inca Kola – Peru
Italian soda — Italy
Kola Escocesa, a Peruvian soft drink named after Scotland
Kola Inglesa, a Peruvian soft drink named after England
La Croix Sparkling Water after La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA
Lemon & Paeroa — from mineral water springs at the New Zealand town of Paeroa
Paso de los Toros after the city of Paso de los Toros, Uruguay
Perú Cola — Peru
Polo-Cockta — Poland
San Pellegrino, after the town of San Pellegrino Terme, Lombardy, Italy
Sussex Golden Ginger Ale after Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada
Anji bai cha or Anji white tea, after Anji County, Zhejiang Province, China
Assam tea, after the state of Assam, northeast India
Berinag tea after the town of Berinag, Uttarakhand, India
Ceylon tea — Ceylon, old name for Sri Lanka
Chinese herb tea — China
Darjeeling tea, after the city of Darjeeling, West Bengal, India
Dianhong after Dian Lake in Yunnan province, southern China
English breakfast tea — England
Formosa oolong tea after a historical name of Taiwan
Hong Kong-style milk tea — Hong Kong
Huangshan Maofeng, after Huangshan, a mountain range in Anhui province, China
Irish Breakfast tea — Ireland
Junshan Yinzhen, from Junshan Island, Hunan province, China
Kagoshima green tea from the Kagoshima Prefecture, Kyushu, Japan
Kangra tea from the Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh, India
Kashmiri tea, a.k.a. Noon Chai, from Kashmir
Keemun, after Qimen County, Anhui province, China
Korean tea – Korea
Labrador tea after the Labrador region of eastern Canada
London fog after the city of London, UK
Longjing tea, after the village of Longjing, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Lu’an Melon Seed tea, after the city of Lu’an, Anhui province, China
Maghrebi mint tea, after the Maghreb region of northwest Africa
Mengding Ganlu tea after the Meng Mountain, Sichuan, China
Nepali tea — Nepal
Nilgiri tea after the Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu, south India
Pu-erh tea, after the city of Pu’er, southern Yunnan province, China
Russian Caravan, a blend tea named after the tea trade through Russia
Shanjuan Chunyue, after the Shanjuan Cave near Yixing, Jiangsu, China
Söder tea after Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden
Thai tea — Thailand
Tibeti, a fermented tea named after Tibet
Turkish tea — Turkey
Uji tea, from Uji, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
Vietnamese lotus tea — Vietnam
Wuyi tea after the Wuyi Mountains of northern Fujian, China
Xinyang Maojian tea, after the city of Xinyang, Henan province, China
Yingdehong tea after the city of Yingde, Guangdong province, China
Capri Sun after the island of Capri, Campania, Italy
Crodino after the town of Crodo, northern Piedmont, Italy
Hawaiian Punch, after the Hawaiian Islands, USA
Jumex after Mexico
Nantucket Nectars after the island or town of Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA
Tampico Beverages after the city of Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Alcoholic beverages
American lager, American Pale Ale and American wild ale — United States
Baltic porter — the Baltic region
Berliner Weisse, after the city of Berlin, in Germany
California common beer — a.k.a. steam beer, after California
Dortmunder, from the city of Dortmund, in Germany
Flanders red ale after the historical region of Flanders, Belgium
Gose after the town of Goslar, Lower Saxony, Germany
Gotlandsdricka, an ale named after the island of Gotland, Sweden
Grodziskie after the town of Grodzisk Wielkopolski, western Poland
Gueuze after the Geuzen street in Brussels, Belgium
India pale ale — India
Kentucky common beer — Kentucky, USA
Kölsch, from Cologne in Germany (Köln in German)
Kottbusser after the town of Cottbus, Brandenburg, Germany
Pilsner after the city of Pilsen (Czech: Plzeň) in the Czech Republic
Scotch ale — Scotland
Vienna lager — Vienna, Austria
Achel, after the village of Achel, Belgian Limburg
Alaskan Amber after the state of Alaska, USA
Alhambra after the fortress complex of Alhambra, in Granada, Andalusia, Spain
Amstel after the Amstel river in the Netherlands
Andechser after the town and abbey of Andechs, southern Bavaria, Germany
Angkor Beer and Angkor Extra Stout, after the historical city of Angkor, Cambodia
Arequipeña after Arequipa, Peru
Ballarat Bitter, after the city of Ballarat, Victoria (Australia)
Bauskas, after the town of Bauska, Latvia
Bavaria, a Dutch beer named after the state of Bavaria, Germany
Belhaven Best after the town of Belhaven, Scotland
Beerlao after the country of Laos
Beijing Beer, after the city of Beijing, China
Berliner Pilsner after the city of Berlin, Germany
Bitburger after the city of Bitburg, Germany, near the border of Luxembourg
La Binchoise after the town of Binche, Hainaut, Belgium
Bohemia, a Mexican brand named after the historical Czech region of Bohemia
Borsodi after the historical Borsod County, Hungary
Bellevaux after the village of Bellevaux (Malmedy) [nl], Liège, Belgium
Bourgogne des Flandres after Flanders, Belgium
Brunehaut after the town of Brunehaut, Hainaut, Belgium
Březňák after the village of Velké Březno, Czech Republic
Brisbane Bitter after the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Budweiser an American brand named after the city České Budějovice (‘”Budweis in German) in the Czech Republic
Budweiser Budvar produced in České Budějovice
Burgasko after the city of Burgas, Bulgaria
Castle Eden Ale, after the village of Castle Eden, County Durham, northern England
Cēsu after the town of Cēsis, Latvia
Chernihivske after the city of Chernihiv, northern Ukraine
Chimay after the town of Chimay, Hainaut, Belgium
Chiswick Bitter after the Chiswick district of London, England
Chouffe after the village of Achouffe, Belgian Luxembourg
Christianssands Bryggeri (CB) after the city of Kristiansand, south Norway
Ciney after the town of Ciney, Namur, Belgium
Creemore Springs after the village of Creemore, Ontario, Canada
Cusqueña, after Cusco, Peru
Devils Peak Ale after the Devil’s Peak, near Cape Town, South Africa
Dixie after the Dixie region of the United States
Dommelsch after the village of Dommelen, North Brabant, Netherlands
Dutch Gold, after the Netherlands
Efes after the ancient Greek city of Ephesus (Turkish: Efes), western Turkey
Einbecker after the town of Einbeck, Lower Saxony, Germany
Erdinger after the town of Erding, Bavaria, Germany
Estrella Galicia, after the Galicia region of Spain
Faxe after the town of Faxe, Zealand, Denmark
Flensburger after the town of Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany
Föroya Bjór after the Faroe Islands
Galway Hooker after the city of Galway, Ireland
Gösser after the town Göss, now a part of Leoben, Austria
Grimbergen after the town of Grimbergen, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
Grolsch after the city of Groenlo (“Grol” in 1615), Netherlands
Gulpener after the village of Gulpen, Limburg, Netherlands
Hanoi Beer after the city of Hanoi, northern Vietnam
Harar Beer after the city of Harar, Ethiopia
Harbin Beer after the city of Harbin, northeast China
Hasseröder after the village of Hasserode, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
Helsingborgs after Helsingborg, Scania, southern Sweden
Hengelo Bier after the city of Hengelo, Gelderland, Netherlands
Hoegaarden after the village of Hoegaarden, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
Huế Beer after city of Huế, central Vietnam
Ichnusa after the ancient name of Sardinia, Italy
Jenlain after the town of Jenlain, Nord, northern France
Jever after the city of Jever, East Frisia, Germany
Jupiler after the town of Jupille-sur-Meuse, Liège, Belgium
Kalgoorlie Stout, after Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
Kamenitza after the Kamenitsa Hill in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Karjala, a Finnish beer named after Karelia
Karlovačko after the city of Karlovac, Croatia
Kilkenny cream ale — originally produced in Kilkenny, Ireland
Koblenzer after the city of Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Kokanee after the Kokanee Glacier, British Columbia, Canada
Korça after the city of Korçë, Albania
Köstritzer after the town of Bad Köstritz, Thuringia, Germany
Krombacher after the town of Krombach, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Kronenbourg after the Cronenbourg neighborhood of Strassbourg, (once the town of Kronenburg), Alsace, France
Kulmbacher after the town of Kulmbach, northern Bavaria, Germany
Lapin Kulta after Finnish Lapland
Laško Brewery after the town of Laško, Slovenia
Ledenika after the Ledenika cave, Bulgaria
Leżajsk after the town of Leżajsk, south-eastern Poland
Licher from the town of Lich, Hesse, Germany
Lübzer after the city of Lübz, Germany
Łomż after the city of Łomża, north-eastern Poland
London Pride, after London, England
Lvivske after the city of Lviv, western Ukraine
Mariestads after the city of Mariestad, Sweden
Melbourne Bitter after the city of Melbourne, Australia
Michelob, an American brand named after the village of Měcholupy (German: Michelob), Czech Republic
Milwaukee’s Best and Old Milwaukee after the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Mosi Lager after the Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya), Zambia
Murree beer after the town of Murree, northeastern Pakistan
Narragansett after the Narragansett Bay (or the Narragansett people), Rhode Island, USA
National Bohemian an American brand named after the historical Czech region of Bohemia
Newcastle Brown Ale, after the city Newcastle upon Tyne in England
Nokian Panimo after the town of Nokia, southwest Finland
Norrlands Guld after the Norrland region of Sweden
Odense Pilsner and Odense Classic, after the city of Odense, Funen, Denmark
Obolon after the Obolon district of Kyiv, Ukraine
Oettinger from the resort town of Oettingen in Bayern, Germany
Old Vienna, a Canadian beer presumably named after Vienna, Austria
Olympia Beer after the city of Olympia, Washington, Washington, USA
Oud Beersel after the town of Beersel, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
Paceña after the city if La Paz, Bolivia
Pacífico, a Mexican beer named after the Pacific Ocean
Parbo Bier after the city of Paramaribo, Suriname
Phuket Beer after the island of Phuket, southern Thailand
Pilsner Urquell after the city of Pilsen, Czech Republic
Pirinsko Pivo after the Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria
Quilmes after the city of Quilmes, Argentina
Radeberger from the town of Radeberg, Saxony, Germany
Rainier Beer after Mount Rainier, a volcano in Washington, USA
Rheingold Beer after the river Rhine, western Europe
Sagres after the town of Sagres, southwest Portugal
Saigon Beer after the city of Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City), southern Vietnam
Saku after the town of Saku, Estonia
Sapporo after the city of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Sarajevsko pivo after the city of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Šariš after the town of Veľký Šariš, Slovakia
Shangri-La Beer after Gyalthang, Yunnan, China, recently renamed Shangri-La City
Shumensko after the city of Shumen, Bulgaria
Sierra Nevada after the mountain range in California, USA
Śląskie after the Silesia (Polish “Śląsk”) region, mostly in Poland
Soproni after the city of Sopron, western Hungary
Spalter from the town of Spalt, Bavaria, Germany
Starobrno after the city of Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic
Strakonický Dudák after the Strakonice District, Czech Republic
Taybeh Beer after the village of Taybeh, West Bank, Palestine
Tecate after the city of Tecate, Baja California, Mexico
Timișoreana after the city of Timișoara, western Romania
Birra Tirana after the city of Tirana, Albania
Topvar after the town of Topoľčany, Slovakia
Trujillo after the city of Trujillo, northwestern Peru
Trumer Pils after the town of Obertrum, Salzburg, Austria
Tsingtao Beer after the city of Qingdao, Shandong province, China
Tyskie after the city of Tychy, Silesia, Poland
Utenos after the city of Utena, Lithuania
Utica Club after the city of Utica, New York, USA
Velebitsko after the Velebit mountains in Croatia
Velkopopovický Kozel after the town of Velké Popovice, Czech Republic
Victoria Bitter after the state of Victoria, Australia
Viru after the Virumaa region, Estonia
Waikato Draught after the Waikato region, North Island, New Zealand
Warka after the town of Warka, central Poland
Warsteiner from the town of Warstein, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Wernesgrüner from the village of Wernesgrün, Saxony, Germany
Westmalle trappist after the village of Westmalle, Antwerp, Belgium
Westvleteren after the town of Westvleteren, West Flanders, Belgium
Windhoek after the city of Windhoek, capital of Namibia
Wittinger from the town of Wittingen, Lower Saxony, Germany
Wrexham Lager after the town of Wrexham, northeast Wales
Xingu after the Xingu River in the Amazon Rainforest, Brazil
Yorkshire Bitter after the historic county of Yorkshire, northern England
Zagorka after the city of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Zaječarsko after the town of Zaječar, Serbia
Zundert from the town of Zundert, North Brabant, Netherlands
Żywiec after the town of Żywiec, southern Poland
Alabama Slammer after the state of Alabama, USA
Agua de Sevilla after the city of Seville, Andalusia, Spain
Agua de Valencia after the city of Valencia, Spain
Asiático — Asia (original name was “Ruso” or Russian)
Blue Hawaii after the Hawaiian islands, USA
Boston after the city of Boston, USA
Bronx after the borough of The Bronx, New York City, USA
Brooklyn after the borough of Brooklyn, New York City, USA
Cape Codder after Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Chicago Cocktail after the city of Chicago, USA
Chimayó Cocktail after the town of Chimayo, New Mexico, USA
Colombia after the country of Colombia
Cuba Libre after the country of Cuba
Curacao Punch after the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao
Daiquiri after the beach and village of Daiquirí, southeast Cuba
Colorado Bulldog after the state of Colorado, USA
French Connection and French Martini after France
Harlem Mugger after the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, USA
Havana Cooler after the city of Havana, Cuba
Irish Car Bomb, Irish coffee and Irish Flag after Ireland
Japanese slipper after Japan, because of the Midori ingredient
Jarabacoa Cocktail after the town of Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic
Liégeois after the city of Liège, Belgium
Long Island Iced Tea after Long Island, New York State, USA
Lorraine after the region of Lorraine, northeast France
Lynchburg Lemonade after the city of Lynchburg, Tennessee, USA
Manhattan after the borough of Manhattan, New York City, USA
Missouri Mule after the state of Missouri, USA
Mexican martini after Mexico, because of the tequila ingredient
Moscow Mule after the city of Moscow, Russia
New Englander after the region of New England, USA
Panama after the country of Panama
Pegu Club after the Pegu River, Burma
Queens after the borough of Queens, New York City, USA
Rüdesheimer Kaffee after the town of Rüdesheim am Rhein, Germany
Black Russian, Blind Russian, Red Russian and White Russian — Russia
Savoy Affair, Savoy Royale and Savoy Corpse Reviver after the Savoy in the western Alps
Serena libre after the city of La Serena, Chile
Singapore Sling after the city nation of Singapore
Staten Island Ferry after the borough of Staten Island, New York City, USA
Tahiti Drink after the island of Tahiti, French Polynesia, South Pacific
Tortuga after the island of Tortuga, Haiti
Yungueño after the Yungas forest in Peru
Distilled drinks
Agwa de Bolivia, a herbal liqueur named after Bolivia
Amaro Sibilla, after the Sibillini Mountains, Italy
Andong soju, after the city of Andong, South Korea
Angostura bitters, after the city of Angostura, Venezuela, now named Ciudad Bolívar
Ararat, an Armenian brandy named after Mount Ararat
Armagnac, a brandy from the Armagnac region in Gascony, southwest France
Atholl Brose, a whisky based drink named after the historical region of Atholl, Scotland
Bacanora, an agave-derived liqueur named after Bacanora, Sonora, Mexico
Blue Curaçao, an orange liqueur named after the Caribbean island of Curaçao
Bourbon whiskey, after Bourbon Street, New Orleans, or Bourbon County, Kentucky, USA
Calvados, after the Calvados region in Normandy, France (named after the Calvados Rocks [fr])
Canadian whisky — Canada
Cantueso, after the Province of Alicante, Spain
Chambord (liqueur), after the town or château of Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France
Chartreuse, after the Chartreuse Mountains, southeastern France
Chios Mastiha, after the island of Chios, Greece
Cognac, a brandy named after Cognac in France
Disaronno, an apricot liqueur named after the town of Saronno, Lombardy, Italy
Domaine de Canton, after Canton province, China
Dutch brandy and Dutch gin — the Netherlands
Floc de Gascogne after Gascony, a region in southwest France
Herbs de Majorca, a liqueur produced on Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Irish cream, Irish Mist, Irish whiskey — Ireland
Islay whisky, produced on the island of Islay, Scotland
Koskenkorva Viina, after the village Koskenkorva in Ilmajoki, western Finland
Lao-Lao, a rice whisky from Laos
Lauterbacher Tropfen, after the borough of Lauterbach, Marienberg, Saxony, Germany
Licor Beirão, after the historical province of Beira, Portugal
Luzhou Laojiao, after the city of Luzhou, Sichuan, China
Manx Spirit, produced on the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea
Marpha brandy, after the village of Marpha in Nepal
Mekhong, a Thai spirit named after the Mekong river
Moskovskaya vodka, a Russian brand named after Moscow
Nassau Royale, after the city of Nassau, Bahamas
Pisang Ambon, a banana liqueur named after Ambon, Maluku Islands, Indonesia
Pisco, a brandy named after the coastal city of Pisco, Peru
Plymouth Gin, after the city of Plymouth, Devon, southwest England
Riga Black Balsam, after the city of Riga, Latvia
Sassolino, an anise-flavored liqueur from Sassuolo, Modena, Italy
Schierker Feuerstein, after the village of Schierke, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
Scotch whisky — Scotland
Śliwowica łącka, a plum brandy named after Łącko, south Poland
Steinhäger, a gin named after the village of Steinhagen, Westphalia, Germany
Tennessee whiskey, after the state of Tennessee, USA
Tequila, after the city of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico
Vana Tallinn, an Estonian liqueur named after the capital city Tallinn
Yukon Jack, after the Yukon territory, Canada
Angostura Rum, after the city of Angostura, Venezuela, now named Ciudad Bolívar
Beenleigh Rum, after Beenleigh, Queensland, Australia
Belaya Rus vodka, after the country of Belarus
Bombay Sapphire, a gin named after the Star of Bombay and indirectly the city of Mumbai, India
Bundaberg Rum, after the city of Bundaberg. Queensland, Australia
Carúpano after the city of Carúpano, Venezuela
Clontarf, an Irish whiskey named after (the battle of) Clontarf, Dublin
Comber Whiskey, an Irish whiskey produced in Comber, Northern Ireland
Corzo, a tequila named after Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico
Cracovia, a vodka named after Kraków, Poland
Dzama, a rum named after the city of Dzamandzar [it], Madagascar
Finlandia, a vodka named after Finland
Glenfiddich, a Scotch whisky named after the River Fiddich valley
Havana Club, a rum named after the city of Havana, Cuba
Kihnu Mark, a vodka named after the island of Kihnu, Estonia
Konig’s Westphalian Gin, a Steinhäger named after the Westphalia region of Germany
Mackmyra Whisky, after the village Mackmyra near Valbo, Gästrikland, Sweden
Malibu, a Barbados rum originating in Curaçao and presumably named after Malibu, California
Midleton Very Rare, an Irish whiskey produced in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland
Newfoundland Screech, a rum named after the province of Newfoundland, Canada
Penderyn, a whisky produced in the village of Penderyn, Wales
Russian Standard, a Russian brand of vodka
Skåne Akvavit, a spiced vodka named after the province of Scania, Sweden
Slyrs, a German whiskey named after the Schliersee, Bavaria
Takamaka Rum, after the Takamaka Region of Mahé, Seychelles
Tanduay, a rum named after the former island of Tanduay, Manila, Philippines
Tullamore Dew, an Irish whiskey named after the town of Tullamore, Ireland
Viru Valge, a vodka named after the Virumaa region, Estonia
Zacapa Rum, after the town of Zacapa, Guatemala
Wine grapes
Acitana after the city of Acireale (or nearby villages Aci Catena, Aci Castello, etc.), Catania, Sicily, Italy
Arnsburger after Arnsburg Abbey, Hesse, Germany
Aspiran after the Aspiran, Hérault, southern France
Auxerrois blanc and Gros Auxerrois after the historical Auxerrois region [fr] around Auxerre, Burgundy, France
Barbera Sarda after the island of Sardinia, Italy
Bianchetta Trevigiana after the Province of Treviso, northern Italy
Biancone di Portoferraio after the town of Portoferraio on Elba, Tuscany, Italy
Blauer Portugieser after Portugal
Blaufränkisch after the Franconia region of south-central Germany
Bonarda Piemontese after the Piedmont region, northwestern Italy
Busuioacă de Bohotin afgter the village of Bohotin, northeastern Romania
Calabrese Montenuovo after the Calabria region in southern Italy
Carignan after Cariñena, Aragon, Spain
Catanese nero after the Province of Catania, Sicily, Italy
Catawba after the Catawba River
Chalosse Noire after the region of Chalosse, France
Chardonnay after the town of Chardonnay, Saône-et-Loire, France
Chasselas after the village of Chasselas, Saône-et-Loire, France
Chenin blanc after Mont Chenin in Touraine, France
Colombana nera after the Abbey of San Colombano in the town of Bobbio, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Cornalin d’Aoste after the Aosta Valley, northwestern Italy
Cserszegi fűszeres after the village of Cserszegtomaj, western Hungary
Ehrenfelser after Ehrenfels Castle (Hesse), Germany
Freisamer after the city of Freiburg and the river Dreisam, Baden, Germany
Frontenac after the town of Frontenac, Minnesota, USA
Frühburgunder and Grauburgunder, after the historical territory of Burgundy, France
Gamay after the village of the Gamay, south of Beaune, France
Gewürztraminer after Gewürz (“herb, spice”) and Tramin, South Tyrol, Italy
Grasă de Cotnari after the village of Cotnari, Western Moldavia, Romania
Grechetto and Greco, after Greece
Green Hungarian — Hungary
Helfensteiner after Helfenstein Castle, Württemberg, Germany
Hondarrabi Zuri after the town of Hondarribia, Basque Country, Spain
Hron after the Hron river, Slovakia
Lagarino bianco after the Lagarina Valley in northern Italy
Lagrein after the Lagarina Valley in northern Italy
Limnio after the Aegean island of Lemnos, Greece
Listán de Huelva after the province of Huelva, southwestern Spain
Maceratino after the province and/or city of Macerata, Marche, Italy
Madeleine Angevine; “Angevin” is the adjective of the county of Anjou and its capital Angers, France
Madrasa after the village of Mədrəsə, Azerbaijan
Malvasia after the Italian name for Monemvasia, Greece
Marselan after the town of Marseillan, Hérault, France
Mazuela after the town of Mazuela, Spain
Melon de Bourgogne after the historical territory of Burgundy, France
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo after the Abruzzo region of east-central Italy
Mornen noir after the town of Mornant, east-central France
Mourvèdre after Murviedro in Catalonia, Spain
Müller-Thurgau, partially after the canton Thurgau, northeastern Switzerland
Muscat d’Eisenstadt after the city of Eisenstadt, eastern Austria
Muscat de Saumur after the city of Saumur, Pays de la Loire, France
Muscat of Alexandria after the city of Alexandria, Egypt
Muscat of Hamburg, aka Golden Hamburg and Black Hamburg after the city of Hamburg, Germany
Nerello Mascalese after the town of Mascali, Sicily, Italy
Nero d’Avola after the city of Avola, Sicily, Italy
Orléans, a German grape named after the city of Orléans, north-central France
Österreichisch-Weiß after the country of Austria
Pascale di Cagliari after the city of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy
Pearl of Csaba after the city Békéscsaba, southeastern Hungary
Persan after the hamlet of Princens near Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, Savoie, France
Petite Arvine, possibly after the Arve valley in Haute-Savoie, France
Pineau d’Aunis after the historical province of Aunis, western France
Prokupac after the city of Prokuplje, southern Serbia
Prosecco bianco after the village of Prosecco, now a suburb of Trieste, Italy
Reichensteiner after Reichenstein Castle, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Sémillon after the town of Saint-Émilion, Gironde, southwest France
Siroka Melniska after the town of Melnik, southwestern Bulgaria
Smederevka after the city of Smederevo, Serbia
Spätburgunder, after the historical territory of Burgundy, France
Traminer after the town of Tramin an der Weinstraße, South Tyrol, Italy
Trevisana nera after the Province of Treviso, northeastern Italy
Triomphe d’Alsace after the historical Alsace region west of the Rhine
Trollinger after the County of Tyrol in the Alps
Uva di Troia after the town of Troia, Apulia, Italy
Uva Tosca, named after though not originated in Tuscany, Italy
Verduzzo Trevigiano after the Province of Treviso, Veneto, Italy
Vernaccia di Oristano after the Province of Oristano, Sardinia, Italy
Vien de Nus after the town of Nus, Aosta Valley, northwest Italy
Vitovska after the village of Vitovlje, western Slovenia
Wildbacher, after the village of Wildbach, near the town of Deutschlandsberg, Styria, Austria
Wines from France
Alsace after the Alsace region
Anjou after the historical province of Anjou
Banyuls after Banyuls-sur-Mer
Beaujolais after the historical province of Beaujolais
Bergerac after the town of Bergerac, Dordogne
Bordeaux after the city of Bordeaux
Bugey after the historical region of Bugey
Burgundy after the Burgundy region
Cahors after the city of Cahors
Chablis after the city of Chablis
Champagne after the historic province of Champagne
Cheverny after the village of Cheverny
Collioure after the town of Collioure
Condrieu after the town of Condrieu
Côtes de Toul after the town of Toul
Madiran after the town of Madiran
Pineau des Charentes after the department of Charente
Saint-Pourçain after the town of Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule
Wines from Italy
Aglianico del Vulture after the historical region of Vulture
Albana di Romagna after the historical region of Romagna
Alcamo after the town of Alcamo, Sicily
Amarone after the town of Marano di Valpolicella, Veneto
Asti after the city of Asti, Piedmont
Barbaresco after the municipality of Barbaresco, Piedmont
Barolo after the municipality of Barolo, Piedmont
Brachetto d’Acqui after the city of Acqui Terme, Piedmont
Brunello di Montalcino after the town of Montalcino, Tuscany
Carmignano after the city of Carmignano, Tuscany
Chianti after the Chianti Mountains [it], Tuscany
Franciacorta after the territory of Franciacorta, Lombardy
Gattinara after the municipality of Gattinara, Piedmont
Gavi after the municipality of Gavi, Piedmont
Marsala after the city of Marsala, Sicily
Morellino di Scansano after the village of Scansano, Tuscany
Moscato d’Asti after the city of Asti, Piedmont
Nizza after the town of Nizza Monferrato, Asti, Piedmont
Prosecco after Prosecco, now a suburb of Trieste
Ramandolo after the village of the same name near Nimis, Udine
Sagrantino di Montefalco after the town of Montefalco, Umbria
Soave after the small city of Soave, Veneto
Taurasi after the town of Taurasi, Campania
Vernaccia di San Gimignano after the town of San Gimignano, Tuscany
Vino Greco after Greece
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano after the town of Montepulciano, Tuscany
Wines from Spain
Amontillado, after the town of Montilla, Córdoba
Campo de Borja, after the Campo de Borja district of Aragon
Jumilla, after the town of Jumilla, Region of Murcia
Penedès after the historical region of Penedès, Catalonia
Priorat, after the county of Priorat, Catalonia
Rías Baixas after the Rías Baixas estuarine inlets, Galicia
Ribera del Duero, after the Douro river, Castile and León
Rioja, after the province of La Rioja
Rueda, after the village of Rueda, Valladolid, Castile and León
Sherry, a fortified wine named after the city of Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia
Tierra de León, after the Province of León
Toro, after the town of Toro, Zamora, Castile and León
Wines from elsewhere
Bristol Cream a blend created in Bristol, South West England
Carmel Winery after the Carmel mountain in Israel
Hock, indirectly from Hochheim in Germany
Madeira wine, a fortified wine, and Plum in madeira, a dessert — Madeira islands of Portugal
Mosel, from the valley of the Moselle in Germany
Piesporter, after the village of Piesport, in the Moselle valley, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Port wine (or Porto), sweet fortified wine — Porto, in northern Portugal
Rheingau, after the Rheingau (“Rhine district”), Hesse, Germany
Shiraz from Shiraz, Iran, unrelated to the Syrah or Shiraz grape
Tokaji, after the town of Tokaj, northeastern Hungary