Anything that is illegally distilled is considered illegal liquor. The most common illegal liquor is known as moonshine.
Liquor is anything with alcohol in it. Rum is a type of liquor, differentiated by being distilled and made from sugar cane.
Chocolate Liquor, lucky for the kids, doesn't have anything to do with alcohol. It simply means pure chocolate in a liquid form.
Vodka is a type of liquor that can be made from anything as long as it's distilled to over 195 proof.
Depends on the state's law. In Kansas, liquor stores are not allowed to sell anything that does not have alcohol in it.
If anything it would make it weaker when igniting, the fire will burn off a portion of the alcohol contained in the liquor.
Drink that starts with the letter "K": Kahlua liquor with anything.
You can only purchase hard alcohol (anything that isn't wine, beer, champagne) in liquor stores. The liquor stores with the best selection are on Lancaster St. and Commercial St.
You do not need a liquor license in MN to possess liquor.
Water. That's it. The alcohol itself has calories, so anything that can get you drunk can get you fat, too. Sorry.
lawl at "erest" and yes they can, if you have any liquor or alcohol in anything except for the bottle it came in unopend then it would be illegal. Dont drink underage, your not old enough.
no there is no liquor in liquorice