Most popular drinks in different Countries for Christmas
Margarita. Mexico’s most well-known cocktail is a deceptively simple combination of tequila, triple sec and lime juice, served with salt on the rim of the glass. Either on the rocks or frozen, margaritas have become emblematic of not only Mexico, but of fiestas around the world.
Glühwein literally translates to “glow wine”. In English we know it as mulled wine. Although the drink is very popular in Germany, it’s origin does not come from Germany. The Romans invented mulled wine to save any extra wine they had that was going off.1
Gordon’s Pink It´s the most popular and favourite drink(after beers) in UK.
Bulleit is the bestselling bourbon in USA.
Campari The most famous drink is Campari in Italy, bright red in color and flavored with herbs; it has a quinine bitterness to it. It’s customary to serve it with ice cubes and soda. Limoncello, a bright yellow drink made by infusing pure alcohol with lemon zest, has become Italy’s second-most popular drink.
Sangria it´s the most popular and number one drink in Spain. Ingredients: red wine, soda,Lemon,oranges and sugar.
Calvados Wine: The most popular alcoholic drink in France. Calvados: An apple brandy made in Normandy. Pastis: A popular anise-flavoured aperitif. Leading brands include Ricard and Pernod.
Ouzo Ouzo is considered the national drink of Greece. In technical terms, it is either produced by partial distillation or the admixture of plain alcohol with aromatic herbs.
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