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Around the World in 80 Drinks (infographic)

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№1 Author: Juan Larronde (27 Nov 2013 03:09) Total user comments: 0


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Argentina's alcoholic drink of preference is 1/8 Fernet Branca 7/8 Coca Cola. Pour some ice and enjoy. Warning! extremely inebriating.
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№2 Author: orkusha (27 Nov 2013 04:21) Total user comments: 5


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Where is the RAKI from Turkey??? What kind a list is this????
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№3 Author: lepetitrat (27 Nov 2013 09:05) Total user comments: 66


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WTF is Tatanka? :P
I was raised and lived in Poland almost my whole life and have never heard about anything like that... Who made this list...? :P
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№4 Author: Louie (27 Nov 2013 10:43) Total user comments: 8189


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interesting
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№5 Author: Lhenny (27 Nov 2013 11:17) Total user comments: 0


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Austria -> Almdudler is not an alcoholic drink...it's a lemonade!
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№6 Author: Keta (27 Nov 2013 11:39) Total user comments: 384


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Tuica with ice for Romania ? :07:
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№7 Author: Elly (27 Nov 2013 12:09) Total user comments: 0


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the Rakia comes from Bulgaria. Usually it's made of grapes or apricots.
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№8 Author: Daimao (27 Nov 2013 12:29) Total user comments: 0


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Rakia - Slovenia? :D No no...
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№9 Author: Pastulio (27 Nov 2013 13:12) Total user comments: 15


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Rooibos tea for SA??(Direct translation - Red Bush tea) Crazy.... We drink BEER!! :45: Just look at SAB - 2nd biggest brewery in the world...

Tea :59:
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№10 Author: dane_maneta (27 Nov 2013 13:34) Total user comments: 13


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Rakija or like u wrote rakia is not (just) from slovenia and bosnia,it is from whole former yugoslavia but it is acctualy from Serbia
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№11 Author: samedru (27 Nov 2013 13:58) Total user comments: 521


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Tuica for me !!!
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№12 Author: ender (27 Nov 2013 14:25) Total user comments: 38


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let's start the Balkan war again, shall we?
Cause I say that rakia comes from Bulgaria :27:
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№13 Author: peaceb (27 Nov 2013 14:35) Total user comments: 25


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RAKI is missing from TURKEY.. if your drink RAKI in a proper way you will experience heaven on earth :14:
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№14 Author: mistermoule (27 Nov 2013 16:31) Total user comments: 18


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Even the first one is wrong, Absinthe comes form Switzerland not France... :12:
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№15 Author: Bee (27 Nov 2013 16:33) Total user comments: 0


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Rakija from Bosnia (not serbia :) is not brown but clear like vodka
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№16 Author: Nazca (27 Nov 2013 18:38) Total user comments: 13


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Who made this post? First, the Pisco is from Peru, not Chile. They patented the name but the real Pisco is Peruvian. ! Second ... Argentina MATE is the drink? The drink is Fernet and Coke. Investigate well please :12:
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№17 Author: kjerownik (27 Nov 2013 19:45) Total user comments: 17


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lepetitrat, this is zubrowka! of course
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№18 Author: SLR-004 (27 Nov 2013 23:34) Total user comments: 144


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Guaro is in fact a common way to name every alcoholic beverage in central america, not just in Costa Rica, and it does not make reference for a single beverage, the meaning cover every drink from 0.7% to 100% proof (light beer to Vodka)
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№19 Author: M (28 Nov 2013 01:37) Total user comments: 0


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Nobody drinks TUICA with ice, or with a glass like that.
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№20 Author: Hadi (28 Nov 2013 04:12) Total user comments: 0


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Chai is from Iran
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№21 Author: krankyxy (30 Nov 2013 21:34) Total user comments: 0


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not all coauntries there .. too bad ;)
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№22 Author: MALWINKA (1 Dec 2013 15:55) Total user comments: 0


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lepetitrat,
Tatanka to ubrwka z sokiem jabkowym :)

zubrowka * :D
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№23 Author: lepetitrat (22 Dec 2013 23:17) Total user comments: 66


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O dziki ludzie za owiecenie ;)
W moich rejonach mwio si na to zawsze szarlotka ;)

Thank you people :)
In my area it used to be named szarlotka ;)
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