10 of the world's traditional drinks

Each country has its own local beverage to try when you visit. Here are 10 of world's drinks you must taste before you die.

Singani (Bolivia)

Singani (Bolivia)
The national liquor of Bolivia, Singani is a pomace brandy distilled from white grapes.

Soju (Korea)

Soju (Korea)
With an alcohol content from 18% to 45% , Korea's most popular drink is traditionally made from rice, wheat, or barley.

Baiju (China)

Baiju (China)
Also known as sorghum wine, this beverage is made from grain and has from 40% to 60% alcohol.

Tequila (Mexico)

Tequila  (Mexico)
World's favorite shooter is a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant, usually with a 38% alcohol content.

Sake, Nihonshu (Japan)

Sake, Nihonshu (Japan)
The Japanese rice wine is made by fermenting rice with and has from 18% to 20% alcohol.

Brennivín (Iceland)

Brennivín (Iceland)
Iceland's traditional drink is distilled from fermented grain or potato mash and flavored with caraway.

Slivovitz (Serbia)

Slivovitz (Serbia)
The Serbian fruit brandy is made from damson plums and has from 50% to 70% alcohol.

Rakı (Turkey)

Rakı (Turkey)
An anise-flavored alcoholic drink similar to the Greek ouzo, Raki has 45% alcohol and 1.5 grams of anise per liter.

Tuica (Romania)

Tuica (Romania)
With 40–45% alcohol, the Romanian "Tuica" is a double-distilled plum brandy.

Kumis (Mongolia)

Kumis (Mongolia)
Kumis is a fermented dairy product traditionally made from raw unpasteurized mare's milk, with 0.7 and 2.5% alcohol.

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