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When traveling to Europe, immerse yourself fully in the experience, especially through the palate. Indulge in the local alcoholic beverages, an integral part of each nation’s tradition. Cheers to a captivating journey through diverse countries and their spirits!

Here are some of our favorite local beverages:

1. Jerez Wine – A Concentration of Sweetness in Portugal:
Portugal’s Ginjinha, a sweet cherry drink, is a delightful experience. Best enjoyed in Lisbon’s Ginjinha Bar, it encapsulates the essence of Portugal’s sweetness. A family-run establishment, it offers Ginjinha with a piece of fruit, enhancing its natural flavor.

2. Ouzo – Greece’s Enchanting Flavor:
Greece’s famous ouzo, with its anise-flavored taste, is rooted in tradition. Produced exclusively in Greece, ouzo is enjoyed in small distilleries, offering a taste of Greek identity. Tsipouro, Retsina, and Mastiha liqueur are other Greek delights to explore.

3. Sangria – Spain’s Many Faces:
Sangria, Spain’s national drink, is diverse in its colors and flavors across regions. Dry, sparkling, sweet, hot, or cold – each type complements different styles of meals. Spain also boasts various cocktails, liqueurs, and aperitifs.

4. Scotch Whisky – The Water of Life:
Scotland’s rich whisky tradition spans centuries, with numerous distilleries offering guided tours and tastings. Each region, such as Highland and Speyside, brings its own unique touch to this beloved beverage.

Embark on this alcoholic journey and explore the unique tastes of each country.