Die Bowle (punch)
The name stems from the english "bowl" referring the vessel it is served in.
Bowle is usually cold, for hot varieties we use the term der Punsch (which is punch)
One exception, though: "Feuerzangenbowle" is hot, so technically not a "Bowle".
A special Bowle is die Kalte Ente ("cold duck"), basically a mix of white wine and champagne with lemon. Originally called "das kalte Ende" ("cold end"), the name was jokingly altered later on.
Die Berliner Weiße (a type of beer)
Wheat-based beer with rather low alcohol content. Often served as "Berliner Weiße mit Schuß", that is, with flavoured syrups, typically raspberry or woodruff.
Die Margarita (margarita)
We just use the original name of the cocktail - and as it's a female name, it's "die". (Same goes for die Bloody Mary and other "obviously" feminine cocktails.)