Around The World In 80 Drinks

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  1. sobore
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    Published by Wine Investment, this fun chart tests our knowledge as it shows the most famous drinks each country is known for.

    Alcoholic or otherwise, this list includes absinthe, which is popular in France, as well as the classic Coca-Cola.

    Scroll down to see if you can identify these well known beverages.

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    Funny that they only mention a single state with a drink (Hawaii). There are other "states" in other countries that also have drinks closely associated with them. Notwithstanding Coors for Colorado (just jesting), there's Sotol for Chihuahua/Mexico, Racilla for Jalisco/Mexico, palm juice in Cambodia, Lao Lao (rice whiskey) in Laos, Tongba in Nepal and Chaang in Tibet. So what if it takes us more than 80 drinks ... we'll just say there was a mechanical and we got delayed along the way.

    Of all these my top three are Mint Tea in Morocco, Sangria in Spain and Rum in Jamaica. A big part of the decision for my top three are the locales. Sitting drinking mint tea with an older shopkeeper in the old bazaar (haggling over a century old hookah) in Marrakech is certainly frozen in my memories ...
     

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