When you’re traveling, one of the greatest ways to understand a culture is through cuisine, and that goes for alcoholic beverages as well. Normally, a place will use what is local and native to their land in their drinks, so you can experience a new place and get a buzz from it too.
The caipirinha is the national cocktail of Brazil. This drink includes limes, sugar, and cachaça which is a sugar cane liquor similar to rum.
Although sangria popular amongst tourists, gin is actually the preferred drink of Spaniards. Spain consumes more gin than anywhere in the world, and most bars have an assortment of tonics.