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Names of drinks in Spanish

26 May, 2017 Popular Articles
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Knowing how to say names of different drinks in Spanish is relatively important when you travel to a Spanish-speaking country as you can easily quench your thirst and order beverages at a restaurant. The following English to Spanish and Spanish to English word list contains names of different drinks. Let's find out how to say some common beverages such as coffee, juice, beer, etc in Spanish.

Names of drinks in Spanish

Some common drinks and beverages in Spanish

  • Drinks - Bebidas
  • Water - Agua 
  • Mineral water - Agua mineral
  • Tea - Té
  • Coffee - Café
  • Juice - Jugo
  • Apple juice - Zumo de manzana/Jugo de manzana
  • Orange juice - Jugo de naranja 
  • Peach juice - Jugo de melocotón

See: Fruits in Spanish

  • Pineapple juice - Jugo de piña
  • Coke - Coca cola
  • Alcohol - Alcohol 
  • Beer - Cerveza
  • Wine - Vino
  • White wine - Vino blanco 
  • Red wine - Vino tinto
  • Rosé wine - Vino rosado 
  • Champagne - Champán, Champaña
  • Vodka - vodka
  • Whiskey - whisky
  • Gin - ginebra
  • Tequila - tequila
  • Milk - leche
  • Espresso - el café exprés
  • Lemonade - limonada
  • Smoothie - Licuado
  • An alcoholic beverage/drink - Una bebida alcohólica
  • A non-alcoholic beverage/drink - Una bebida no alcohólica

Names of drinks in Spanish

Names of common drinks in Spanish

How to order drinks in Spanish?

To order drinks in Spanish, you can say:

Quiero un/a ___, por favor - I would like a ___, please.

For example:

Quiero un vaso de jugo, por favor - I’d like a glass of juice please

Quiero un café - I'd like a coffee

Or you can just say the article then the name of drink: Un/una ___

Una Coca-Cola - A Coca-Cola 

Un jugo de naranja - Orange juice

Un chupito de vodka/tequila - a shot of vodka/tequila

Dame una Coca-Cola - Give me a Coca-Cola


Most of the words that end in -o or -e in Spanish are masculine and use the article "un". Words that end in -a are often feminine and use "una" as the article. So if you want to order a drink, you can just say the article then the name of drink.

See: Gender of nouns in Spanish for more information.