This is one of those ‘you know you’re in (blank) when you’re drinking a (blank)’ posts.
You know you’re in Canada when you’re drinking a Caesar, a delectable combination of clam juice, tomato juice, vodka and various condiments. (6 Mile Pub, a historic stagecoach inn in Victoria, BC)
You know you’re in Thailand when you have no idea what you’re drinking but it tastes good! (Bangkok’s Weekend Chatuchak Market) You know you’re in Mexico when they make alcohol out of cactus. (Think tequila, pulque and mezcal) You know you’re in Vietnam when your iced coffee comes in a contraption like this. (A hammock café on the way to the Mekong)
You know you’re in Belgium when every different type of beer you drink comes in a different type of glass, and every beer you drink is delicious! (Way too much beer selection for only one link – instead try my Belgium link page if you’re interested in Belgian beer)
You know you’re in Ireland when you see Guinness everywhere. (The ‘White Room’ in the Guinness Storehouse at St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin)You know you’re in India when everyone offers you a cup of reviving chai. (How to make chai from our cooking class in Udaipur)
You know you’re in Holland when you’re drinking beer in a Brown Café. (Café Chris, a historic pub in Amsterdam)
You know you’re in Spain when masses of free food comes with your ice cold beer. (Pintxos, a bar snack elevated to the highest form in Bilbao)
More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Drink.