1. Absinthe :
Absinthe is an extremely potent liquor, believed to cause hallucinations along with intense euphoria. It's also believed to have other dangerous consequences such as those caused from acute alcohol intoxication.
2. Pineau :
It is a fortified wine (mistelle or vin de liqueur), made from either fresh, unfermented grape juice or a blend of lightly fermented grape must, to which a Cognac eau-de-vie is added and then matured. Pineau is also found as a home-made product in the neighbouring Deux-Sèvres and Vendée départements.
3. Kir :
Kir is a popular French cocktail made with a measure of crème de cassis (blackcurrant liqueur) topped up with white wine.
4. Pastis :
pastis is described as an anise-flavoured spirit that contains additional flavor of liquorice root, contains less than 100 grams per litre of sugar, and is bottled at a minimum of 40% ABV (pastis) or 45% ABV (pastis de Marseille).
5. Ti-punch :
Traditionally the drink (pronounced “tee paunch” in the Caribbean—”ti” being the Creole variant of the French petit) includes a heavy dose of Martinique's rhum agricole rounded out with touch of lime juice and a splash of cane syrup, a Caribbean sweetener reduced down from raw sugarcane juice.
6. Jacqueline :
A delicious recipe for Jacqueline Cocktail, with triple sec, dark rum, lime juice and powdered sugar. Also lists similar drink recipes.
7. Panache :
A Panaché (French for "mixed") is a draft beer mixed with carbonated lemonade in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Italy. A typical Panaché in the Alsace region contains less than 1% alcohol by volume.
8. Monaco :
Monaco Tequila Lime Crush Cocktail is a premium mixed drink made with 100% blue agave tequila, vodka, and fresh lime flavors. A refreshing cocktail that is ready to enjoy.
9. Oasis :
Oasis is a non-carbonated bottled soft drink, which is a product of Orangina Schweppes (but in the UK is distributed by the Coca-Cola Company). It originated in France by Volvic in 1966. The drink is described as a "fruit juice drink - with sugar and sweeteners".
10. Pop :
soft drink, any of a class of nonalcoholic beverages, usually but not necessarily carbonated, normally containing a natural or artificial sweetening agent, edible acids, natural or artificial flavours, and sometimes juice. Natural flavours are derived from fruits, nuts, berries, roots, herbs, and other plant sources.