Enjoy your favorite foods when it was not complete without the perfect drink. In addition to satisfying the thirst, drinks can bring a new freshness effect. In a sense almost every country has its own signature drink, as reported by Forbes. The following presentation 7 World's Most Famous Beverage version 7Top Ranking.
1. Mojito, Cuba
Traditional Drinks of Cuba has developed into one of America's favorite beverages. Original concoction consisting of rum, mint leaves, carbonated water, and canned sweet juices. However, in the present racikannya been modified with the addition of fruits such as blueberries, raspberries, peaches, and pomegranates.
2. Sake, Jepang dan China
Sake is closely related to nobility. Beverage made from fermented rice water is often served with sushi or other Asian snacks. Sake delicious served warm or cold, usually presented in Sakazuki (flat saucer, like a sauce), ochoko (small cup), or put the masu (wooden box). Sake is also often used in traditional Japanese ceremonies.
3. Pisco Sour, Peru dan Chile
Booze is the result of filtering grapes, produced in Peru and Chile. This drink is combined with brandy, syrup, lemon juice, and egg white. Usually served in a wine glass models first. In Chile, this drink is sometimes mixed with coke in its presentation.
4. Soju, Korea Selatan dan Jepang
Soju, other Asian beverage that also is a result of fermented rice water. These drinks contain alcohol less than 35%, as determined by the local regulations. According to custom, these drinks are usually consumed a gang and you should not fill your own glass, there must be others who poured it for you. When you start to drink from your cup, you also have to spend it to the last drop.
5. Singapore Sling, Singapura
The recipe has undergone many changes from the original recipe in the early 1900s. According to the original recipe, this drink is a mixture of gin, cherry brandy and Benedictine were shaken. Presentation sweetened with soda, grenadine, pineapple juice or Cointreau, adjusted to taste pemesannya.
6. Caipirinha, Brazil
It is Brazil's national cocktail, a combination of Cachaca (a type of rum, made from sugarcane syrup), sugar and lime. This drink is usually served in a glass standard model used, along with pieces of orange peel and more delicious when mixed with ice cubes.
7. Sangria, Spanyol dan Portugal
Although originating from Spain, but the drink is more popular among foreign tourists than among the native inhabitants. Sweet wine mixed with fruit mixed drink is the original recipe. Usually this drink is served in a glass of wine with citrus fruit floating on its surface.