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10 Baby Girl Names Inspired By Your Favourite Tipple

1. Brandy

A strong drink (definitely not one of my favourite aperitifs) and a cute name for a little girl, although I’m not sure I would choose it myself!

2. Crystal

Why wouldn’t you want to name your little girl after a super high-end champagne!

3. Margarita

Triple Sec, Tequila, lemon juice and sugar, a heavenly combination. No cocktail night is complete without one!

4. Sherry

This drink is certainly an acquired taste and usually not a favourite among the younger population but it is an adorable name don’t you think!

5. Shirley (Temple)

Ginger Ale, Grenadine and Maraschino cherry. Strictly speaking, this is not alcohol but it is a super delicious alternative for those of us who can’t drink! And it is also the name of a Hollywood legend so a good choice for any little girl!

6. Stella (Artois)

Ok, I’m not a beer drinker so I can’t tell you about the taste but it seems to be a fairly popular choice and a very cute girls name….you could always tell her she was named after the fashion designer!

7. Tia (Maria)

Both very cute names and my absolute favourite drink especially when mixed with milk…..and I never get a hangover from it so a total win win! Of course I would only condone drinking in moderation!!

8. Vesper

A Bond invention consisting of Gin, Vodka and Kina Lillet and if it’s good enough for 007, it’s good enough for me!

9. Amber (Moon)

More of a cure than a drink, it is made of vodka or gin with raw egg and tabasco sauce……sounds like a punishment to me but I do like the name!

10. Corona

Again, not a beer drinker but this is one of the more popular choices so it must be good and Corona actually sounds like a nice name on its own too!

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About the Author

Jenny Sherlock is a working mom of three children, aged 9, 5 and the youngest arrived in January this year. She is a civil servant and a freelance writer. She enjoys art, reading, music and good food. She gives an honest account of the rollercoaster that is parenting, warts and all! Check out her blog seriouslymammy.wordpress.com for more!

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