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40+ Drink Names in English with pictures

Welcome to a flavorful exploration of the world of beverages in the English language! From steaming cups of coffee to refreshing glasses of fruit juice, the English lexicon is brimming with a delightful array of popular drinks.

Learning beverage vocabulary in English through images helps improve your vocabulary. Common types of beverages around the world such as Hot Drinks and Cold Drinks, smoothies, juices, sodas, various types of beer, wine,…

These are simple vocabulary words suitable for beginners, children, and all English learners and students learning English. Remembering vocabulary makes it easier for you in communication. Beverage vocabulary is often used when you buy drinks, in restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, when traveling, or when visiting friends’ houses.

Here are 40+ common types of beverages in English regarding beverage vocabulary, hot beverage vocabulary, cold beverage vocabulary, types of juices, beer, wine,…

Drink Names

“Drink” is a noun that refers to any liquid that is consumed by humans or animals to satisfy thirst or for enjoyment. It can also be used as a verb to describe the action of ingesting liquid. “Drink” encompasses a wide range of beverages, including water, juice, soda, tea, coffee, alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine, and many others. It plays a fundamental role in human life and culture, serving both practical and social purposes.

40+ Drink Names in English

List of Drinks

Coffee

Espresso

Latte

Cappuccino

Mocha

Lemon tea

Lemonade

Green tea

Tea

Iced Tea

Hot chocolate

Barley water

Bubble Tea

Almond milk

Milk

Water

Juice drink

Soft drink

Hard soda

Kombucha

Coconut water

Orange juice

Apple juice

Vegetable Juice

Milkshake

Smoothie

Mixed drink

Herbal Tea

Wine

Cocktail

Mocktail

Beer

Beer cocktail

Sparkling Water

Cider

Slush

Sake

Eggnog

 

Drink Names with Pictures and Examples

A useful list of different types of drinks with pictures and examples to improve and enhance your vocabulary words in English.

 

Coffee :   UK  /ˈkɒf.i/   US  /ˈkɑː.fi/ 

“Coffee” in English refers to a popular beverage made from roasted and ground coffee beans, typically brewed with hot water or cold water. It is a widely consumed beverage worldwide, characterized by its distinct flavor and enjoyed in various forms such as black coffee, coffee with milk, cappuccino, latte, and many other variations. Coffee is often consumed for its stimulating effects and refreshing taste, and it is also a part of many cultural traditions and lifestyles globally.

  • Example:  :  I start my day with a cup of coffee to wake me up.

Coffee

EspressoUK  /esˈpres.əʊ/   US  /esˈpres.oʊ/

Espresso is a concentrated coffee beverage made by forcing hot water through finely-ground coffee beans at high pressure for a short period of time, resulting in a small shot of highly concentrated coffee with a distinctive flavor and a layer of crema on top. It is typically served in small cups and often used as a base for various other coffee beverages.

  • Example:  I ordered an espresso at the café for a quick pick-me-up.
Espresso

Espresso

 

Latte    :    UK /ˈlæt.eɪ/  US  /ˈlɑː.teɪ/ 

A latte is a coffee beverage made with espresso and steamed milk. It usually consists of one or more shots of espresso topped with a generous amount of steamed milk and a small amount of foam. Lattes can be flavored with syrups such as vanilla or caramel and are often served in large cups or glasses.

  • Example:  My favorite coffee drink is a latte with almond milk.
Latte
Latte

 

Cappuccino   :   UK  /ˌkæp.uˈtʃiː.nəʊ/   US  /ˌkæp.əˈtʃiː.noʊ/ 

Cappuccino is a coffee beverage made with equal parts of espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam. It is characterized by its creamy texture and frothy milk foam on top. Cappuccinos are typically served in smaller cups and are often garnished with a sprinkle of cocoa powder or cinnamon.

  • Example:  She enjoys a cappuccino with extra foam in the morning.
Cappuccino
Cappuccino

 

Mocha  :    UK  /ˈmɒk.ə/ US  /ˈmoʊ.kə/

Mocha is a type of coffee beverage that combines espresso with steamed milk and chocolate syrup or cocoa powder. It is often topped with whipped cream and sometimes garnished with chocolate shavings. Mocha has a rich and chocolatey flavor profile, making it a popular choice among coffee lovers.

  • Example: I love indulging in a mocha on chilly winter afternoons.
Mocha 
Mocha

 

Lemon tea  :   UK /ˈlem.ən tiː/       US  /ˈlem.ən tiː/

Lemon tea refers to a beverage made by steeping tea leaves in hot water and adding lemon juice or slices of lemon. It can be made with various types of tea, such as black tea, green tea, or herbal tea, and is often sweetened with honey or sugar.

  • Example: On a hot summer day, there’s nothing like a glass of refreshing lemon tea.
Lemon tea
Lemon tea

 

Lemonade UK  /ˌlem.əˈneɪd/   US  /ˌlem.əˈneɪd/

Lemonade is a sweet and tangy beverage made from freshly squeezed lemon juice, water, and sugar. It can also be flavored with additional ingredients such as mint or berries. Lemonade is typically served cold over ice and is a popular refreshment during hot weather.

  • Example: The kids set up a lemonade stand to sell cold drinks on a sunny afternoon.
Lemonade
Lemonade

 

Green tea  :  UK  /ɡriːn  tiː /    US  /ɡriːn  tiː /

Green tea is a type of tea made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant that have undergone minimal oxidation during processing. It is known for its light, grassy flavor and potential health benefits due to its high concentration of antioxidants.

  • Example: After yoga class, I like to relax with a cup of green tea.
Green tea
Green tea

 

Tea :   /tiː/     

Tea is a beverage made by steeping dried tea leaves in hot water. It is one of the most widely consumed beverages worldwide and comes in various types, including black tea, green tea, oolong tea, and herbal tea.

  • Example:  Would you like a cup of tea with honey?
Tea
Tea

 

Iced Tea : UK  /aɪst  tiː / US  /aɪst  tiː /

Iced tea is a chilled beverage made by brewing tea and allowing it to cool before serving over ice. It can be sweetened or unsweetened and flavored with lemon, mint, or other ingredients.

  • Example:  I ordered an iced tea to cool off in the summer heat.
Iced Tea
Iced Tea

 

Hot chocolate :   UK /hɒt  ˈtʃɒk.lət/  US  /hɑːt  ˈtʃɑːk.lət/

Hot chocolate, also known as cocoa or hot cocoa, is a warm beverage made from cocoa powder, sugar, and milk or water. It is typically sweet and creamy and often garnished with whipped cream or marshmallows.

  • Example:   After playing in the snow, we warmed up with mugs of hot chocolate.
Hot chocolate
Hot chocolate

 

Barley Water (Drink)UK  /ˈbɑː.li  ˈwɔː.tər/   US  /ˈbɑːr.li  ˈwɑː.t̬ɚ/

Barley water is a beverage made by boiling barley grains in water and then straining the liquid. It is often consumed for its purported health benefits, including promoting digestion and hydration.

  • Example: My grandmother often makes barley water for its health benefits.
Barley Water (Drink)
Barley Water (Drink)

 

Bubble Tea :   UK /ˌbʌb.əlˈ tiː / US  /ˈbʌb.əlˌtiː/

Bubble tea, also known as boba tea or pearl milk tea, is a Taiwanese tea-based drink that typically contains tea, milk, sugar, and chewy tapioca pearls. It is often served cold and can be customized with different flavors and toppings.

  • Example: Bubble tea is my guilty pleasure – I love the chewy tapioca pearls!
Bubble Tea
Bubble Tea

 

Almond milk  :  UK  /ˈɑː.mənd  mɪlk/   US  /ˈɑːl.mənd  mɪlk/

Almond milk is a plant-based milk alternative made from ground almonds and water.

  • Example: I prefer my cereal with almond milk instead of cow’s milk.
Almond milk
Almond milk

 

MilkUK  / mɪlk/   US  /mɪlk/

Milk is a nutrient-rich liquid produced by mammals, such as cows, goats, and sheep, to nourish their young. It is consumed by humans as a beverage and used in various culinary applications, including cooking and baking.

  • Example: She poured a splash of milk into her morning coffee.
Milk
Milk

 

WaterUK  /ˈwɔː.tər/    US  /ˈwɑː.t̬ɚ/

Water is a clear, odorless, and tasteless liquid that is essential for life. It is the most abundant substance on Earth and is vital for various bodily functions.

  • Example: Don’t forget to drink your daily quota of water for hydration.
Water
Water

 

Juice drinkUK  /dʒuːs drɪŋk/   US  /dʒuːs drɪŋk/

A juice drink is a beverage made from fruit juice or fruit juice concentrate mixed with water or other ingredients.

  • Example:  I grabbed a juice drink from the fridge for a quick energy boost.
Juice drink
Juice drink

 

Soft drinkUK  /ˌsɒft ˈdrɪŋk/    US  /ˌsɑːft ˈdrɪŋk/

A soft drink, also known as a soda or pop, is a carbonated beverage typically flavored with sweeteners and often containing caffeine.

  • Example: She avoids soft drinks and opts for water or herbal tea instead.
Soft drink
Soft drink

 

Hard sodaUK  /hɑːd  ˈsoʊ.də/   US  /hɑːrd  ˈsoʊ.də/

Hard soda is a type of alcoholic beverage that combines soda or soft drink flavors with alcohol. It typically has a lower alcohol content than traditional alcoholic drinks and is often marketed as a flavored malt beverage.

  • Example: At the party, they served hard soda cocktails with a kick of alcohol.
Hard soda
Hard soda

 

Kombucha  UK  /kɒmˈbuː.tʃə/    US  /kɑːmˈbuː.tʃə/

Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage made from sweetened tea and a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY). It is known for its tangy flavor and potential health benefits, including probiotics and antioxidants.

  • Example: I enjoy the tangy taste of kombucha as a refreshing beverage.
Kombucha
Kombucha

 

Coconut water UK  /ˈkəʊ.kə.nʌt ˌwɔː.tər/   US /ˈkoʊ.kə.nʌt ˌwɑː.t̬ɚ/

(also coconut juice)

Coconut water is the clear liquid found inside young, green coconuts. It is naturally hydrating and contains electrolytes such as potassium and magnesium, making it a popular beverage for hydration.

  • Example: Coconut water is my go-to drink after a workout for electrolyte replenishment.
Coconut water
Coconut water

 

Orange juiceUK  /ˈɒr.ɪndʒ ˌdʒuːs/    US  /ˈɔːr.ɪndʒ ˌdʒuːs/

Orange juice is a beverage made from the juice of oranges.

  • Example: Nothing beats a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice in the morning.
Orange juice
Orange juice

 

Apple juice UK  /ˈæp.əl ˌdʒuːs/    US /ˈæp.əl ˌdʒuːs/

Apple juice is a beverage made from the juice of apples. It is often sweetened and may be filtered to remove pulp, resulting in a clear liquid with a sweet and fruity flavor.

  • Example: I like to start my day with a glass of apple juice for a natural sweetness.
Apple juice
Apple juice

 

Vegetable JuiceUK /ˈvedʒ.tə.bəl/   US  /ˈvedʒ.tə.bəl   ˌdʒuːs /

Vegetable juice is a beverage made from the juice of various vegetables, such as carrots, tomatoes, and spinach….

  • Example: I like to start my day with a glass of vegetable juice for a nutrient boost.
Vegetable Juice
Vegetable Juice

 

Milkshake  :  UK  /ˈmɪlk.ʃeɪk/    US  /ˈmɪlk.ʃeɪk/

(also milk shake)

A milkshake is a sweet, creamy beverage made from milk, ice cream, and flavorings such as chocolate syrup or fruit puree. It is typically blended until smooth and served cold.

  • Example: On hot summer days, nothing beats a creamy milkshake from the ice cream shop.
Milkshake 
Milkshake

 

Smoothie  : UK  /ˈsmuː.ði/   US  /ˈsmuː.ði/

A smoothie is a thick, blended beverage made from fruits, vegetables, yogurt, and sometimes ice or other ingredients.

  • Example: I make a delicious smoothie with banana, spinach, and almond milk.
Smoothie
Smoothie

 

Mixed drink US  /ˈmɪkst ˈdrɪŋk/

A mixed drink is a beverage made by combining two or more ingredients, such as spirits, juices, sodas, or syrups. Examples include cocktails, highballs, and punches.

  • Example: He ordered a mixed drink at the bar, combining vodka and cranberry juice.
Mixed drink
Mixed drink

 

Herbal Tea :   UK  /ˈhɜː.bəl  tiː / US  /ˈɝː.bəl  tiː /

Herbal tea, also known as tisane, is a beverage made from dried herbs, flowers, fruits, or spices steeped in hot water.

  • Example: I enjoy winding down in the evening with a cup of herbal tea.
Herbal Tea
Herbal Tea

 

Wine :  UK  /waɪn/   US /waɪn/

Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grapes or other fruits. It comes in various types, including red, white, rosé, and sparkling, and is enjoyed for its complex flavors and aromas.

  • Example: They celebrated their anniversary with a bottle of fine wine.
Wine
Wine

 

Cocktail  :  UK  /ˈkɒk.teɪl/    US  /ˈkɑːk.teɪl/

A cocktail is a mixed drink typically made with a combination of spirits, mixers, and flavorings. Cocktails are often served in bars and restaurants and come in a wide range of flavors and styles.

  • Example: The bartender expertly crafted a cocktail with rum, pineapple juice, and coconut cream.
Cocktail 
Cocktail

 

MocktailUK  /ˈmɒk.teɪl/    US /ˈmɑːk.teɪl/

A mocktail is a non-alcoholic beverage made to resemble a cocktail. It is often made with fruit juices, sodas, syrups, and other non-alcoholic ingredients and is enjoyed by those who prefer not to drink alcohol.

  • Example: For those who prefer non-alcoholic options, mocktailthe  menu offers refreshing alternatives.
Mocktail
Mocktail

 

Beer  UK /bɪər/    US  /bɪr/

Beer is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grains, typically barley, hops, water, and yeast. It is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverages in the world, enjoyed for its refreshing taste and moderate alcohol content.

  • Example: He enjoys sipping a cold beer while watching the game.
Beer
Beer

 

Beer cocktail  : UK  / bɪər ˈkɒk.teɪl/    US  / bɪr ˈkɑːk.teɪl/

A beer cocktail is a mixed drink made by combining beer with other alcoholic or non-alcoholic ingredients. Examples include shandies, micheladas, and black and tans.

 – Example: The bartender recommended trying a beer cocktail made with lager and lemonade.

Beer cocktail
Beer cocktail

 

Sparkling Water :   UK  /ˈspɑː.klɪŋ  ˈwɔː.tər /   US  /ˈspɑːr.klɪŋ  ˈwɑː.t̬ɚ /

Sparkling water, also known as carbonated water or soda water, is water that has been carbonated, giving it a fizzy texture and slightly acidic taste.

  • Example: I prefer sparkling water with a slice of lemon as a refreshing beverage.
Sparkling Water
Sparkling Water

 

CiderUK  /ˈsaɪ.dər/    US  /ˈsaɪ.dɚ/

Cider is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented apple juice.

  • Example: During the fall season, I love drinking warm cider spiced with cinnamon.
Cider
Cider

 

Slush :  UK  /slʌʃ/   US  /slʌʃ/

Slush is a semi-frozen beverage made from flavored syrup or juice mixed with ice.

  • Example: The kids begged for slushies as a special treat during the summer fair.
Slush
Slush

 

Sake :  UK  /seɪk/   US /seɪk/

Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. It has a mild flavor and is typically served warm or cold, depending on the type and quality.

  • Example: We toasted to the New Year with glasses of sake.
Sake
Sake

 

Eggnog UK /ˈeɡ.nɒɡ/    US  /ˈeɡ.nɑːɡ/

Eggnog is a rich, creamy beverage made from milk, cream, sugar, and beaten eggs, often flavored with spices such as nutmeg or cinnamon. It is traditionally consumed during the holiday season and may be spiked with alcohol such as rum or brandy.

  • Example: Eggnog is a traditional holiday drink made with eggs, milk, and spices.
Eggnog
Eggnog

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