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World’s Famous Alcoholic Beverages
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World’s Famous Alcoholic Beverages

You drink alcoholic beverages for many reasons. Some drink it as a religious rite (wine for the Priests) while some drink it to give warmth during cold days. Today, alcoholic beverages are common elements for parties and events; without it, your party or event will never last. Most of alcoholic beverages you drink are the outcome of fermentation from fruits and particular trees. Regardless of your reasons, you should know the world’s famous alcoholic beverages. Take a look at the world’s famous alcoholic beverages:

Beer – Beer is a famous alcoholic drink. Beers differ in taste and texture since there are places that use different ingredients and process.

Rum – Rum is made of molasses or sugarcane. The first process involves distillation of molasses or sugarcane. After that, a clean-coloured liquid will be stored in the barrel made of oak until it is ready.

Vodka – Vodka contains about 40% of alcohol. It is made from refined fermented grains.

Tequila – Unlike wines, tequila is distilled not fermented. It is derived from agave plants.

Margarita – Margarita is a tequila cocktail combined with lime juice with salts on the mouth of the glass.

Wine – This is probably one of the oldest alcoholic beverages in the world. Alcohol content of wine ranges from 8%-15%.

Absinthe – Absinthe is the fermentation of Artemisia Absinthium thus the name. Beware because the alcohol content is said to be 74%.

When you plan to drink, make sure you will not overdo it because it can cause discomfort in the morning. You will see.