Called the twenty-five most drinking countries in the world. Photo
Rating from the world health organization.
Alcohol is a laughing potion, communicative doping, the cause of many ills, but for someone — has long been an integral part of the culture. The world health organization has compiled a list of the most “drinking” countries in the world. The criterion for determining leaders is simple — the number of liters of alcohol consumed per year per capita.
Interesting, but the first 10 seats were occupied by European States. A few details: the culture of drinking alcohol in different countries, and it happens under the influence of various factors: from tradition to physiological features.
The country’s ranking ordered by alcohol consumption measured in liters of pure ethyl alcohol per capita. When the rankings take into account persons aged 15 years and older. So, where do they drink? Go!
The Serbian alcohol – slivovitz, rakia on the plums.
Among the most popular alcoholic drink of Bulgaria are wine, rakia, brandy and mastic.
Belgium is a country of hundreds of Beers. Also popular here jenever – a juniper brew.
The Australians most popular beverage – beer, and various wines.
In Guinea popular local palm wine and the traditional drink “malamba”, made from sugar cane.
The national drink of Latvia is recognized as Riga balsam, but the popularity of different alcoholic cocktails.
The most famous alcoholic drinks of Portugal are the Madeira (wine) and the port.
Popular in Slovenia are strong alcoholic drinks from fruits and berries.
Bahamians drink beer own beer brand — Kalik and rum.
The status of a national beverage of Croatia is a grape brandy.
Slovakia boasts a huge choice of different varieties of beer. National drink: “borovichka” (like Gina).
Alcoholic main attractions of Poland – Polish beer and vodka.
On the island of Saint Lucia like rum and beer.
National drink: schnapps (German brandy). The most popular drink Germany is rightfully considered beer. Only in Germany about 1,300 Breweries, more than half of them in Bavaria.
First and second place in popularity among Russian share beer and vodka.
The national drink of the Hungarians – the only one – a liqueur made from various herbs, aged in oak vessel.
The most traditional Luxembourgish alcohol – Quetsch (plum liqueur).
Who does not know about French wines!
We say “Ireland” and mean “Guinness”. Guinness beer No. 1 in Ireland and beyond. Another hallmark of Irish whiskey.
Except for beer in Austria drink Radler – a mix of lemonade…with beer.
Beer consumption in the Czech Republic ahead of the rest. It also makes the famous “Becherovka” (herbal liqueur).
Tourists from all over Europe Andorra attracted by the low price of alcohol. Popular drinks are wine and beer.
The national drink – “Midus” (Lithuanian Mead).
Last year Belarus by the number of the population consumed alcohol was ranked first in the world. The most popular strong alcoholic beverage – Belarusian vodka.
Lead the Estonians. Their national liquor Vana Tallinn (the”Old Tallinn”) – a visiting card of any local bar or restaurant. It is known that the authorities are trying to combat the problem of drunkenness and alcoholism in the country.
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