Enjoy Snake Wine in Beijing
If you find Tequila and the submerged worms amazing, you would be even more fascinated by the Snake Wine. Beijing
or the Forbidden City is known for Vietnamese originated drink the Snake Wine. The snakes, preferably venomous ones are not usually preserved for their meat but to have the snake poison dissolved in the liquor. In case you are scared, I would like to mention here that snake venom is denatured by the ethanol making it completely drinkable. The drink is said to possess medicinal qualities and the wine is often advertised to cure everything from farsightedness to hair loss.Tasting Chicha the South American Beer in BoliviaChicha
is a fermented beverage. The beverages are generally derived from maize but the word also describes similar non-alcoholic beverages. The drink is popular all over South America. In Bolivia, chicha is most often made from maize but amaranth chicha is also traditional and popular. Santa Cruz Airport gives you an entry to this great destination where you can enjoy Chicha de Jora- a popular variety of Chica which is prepared by germinating maize, extracting the malt sugars, boiling the wort and fermenting it in large vessels, traditionally huge earthenware vats for several days.Gulping Down Fenny on the beaches of Goa
Goa has been a popular tourist destination in India primarily because of the beaches. Besides the sun and sand, there is more reason to hit the beaches – Fenny. Fenny is Indian liquor made from either coconut or the juice of the cashew apple. Fenny originated in Goa. High-grade fenny is 42% alcohol by volume. The liquor is often used in cocktails. Three common mixers are Coca-Cola, tonic water and lemonade but it can also be enjoyed on its own - on the rocks or with a slice of lime. Since it’s classified as 'country liquor', there are chances that you might not find it outside the State of Goa.