When traveling, one of the best ways to really experience a place is to try and act like a local. This means that you should visit the famous museums, try the local food, and of course, take a shot of the best alcohol the country has to offer. Here’s a short guide on what drink to drink in which country.
Guinness is an Irish dark beer and also the best-selling alcoholic beverage worldwide. Other than its specific taste, the beer also has an unorthodox dark red, almost black color.
Champagne is white, sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France, made under very strict second fermentation wine rules.
Eastern Europe: Rakia
A strong brandy made out of plumps, grapes or herbs, this is a must-have when visiting any country in Eastern Europe. As it’s very strong, you should drink it with caution, and accompanied by some local delicacy.
Otherwise known as liquid French-fries, Vodka is a strong drink made of potatoes used for cocktails worldwide and as an extra layer to keep you warm in the harsh Russian winter.