Whether you’re looking for a party beverage, a cozy cup, or a caffeine kickstart, you’ve come to the right place! Below are 9 of the best drink recipes from countries around the world.
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Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the same routine when it comes to food and drinks. Humans are creatures of habit, and very frequently we find ourselves eating the same foods or drinking the same drinks over and over again.
If you want to break out of your shell and add some more flavor to your day, the drink recipes on this post will be a great way to do that!
A myriad of countries are represented below, ranging from Armenia to Thailand. There are fruity drinks, cozy cups of tea, and even hot chocolate!
Regardless of what you choose, I know you’ll love it. These are some of the best drink recipes in the world.
Butter Tea from Bhutan
Butter Tea is a popular drink in Bhutan made from mixing black tea with cream and butter. Perfect for keeping warm on a cold day, Butter Tea is a unique and delicious treat!
Hot Chocolate with Cheese from Colombia
We’re jumping into Colombian food on The Foreign Fork, which means that we get to experience a lot of wonderfully delicious Colombian recipes! I’ve been lucky enough to try recipes for tostones, arepas, bandeja paisa, and now it’s time for dessert. May I present to you: Colombian Hot Chocolate with Cheese.
Bahama Mama from The Bahamas
A Bahama Mama is a tropical drink popular in the Bahamas (duh). Made with two types of rum, orange juice, and pineapple juice, this drink is so tropical it’ll make you think you’re sunbathing on a beach!
Pineapple Coconut Agua Fresca from Mexico
This Pineapple Coconut Agua Fresca Recipe is a sweet, cooling drink that is perfect for enjoying summertime! Make it with the recipe provided or keep reading for other ways to customize your Agua Fresca!
Cinnamon Tea from Armenia
Cinnamon tea (Dartchinov Tey) is a quick and authentic way to truly taste Armenia. You only need sugar, water, and cinnamon bark to enjoy this classic drink!
Iced Coffee Recipe from Southeast Asia
This Iced Coffee recipe is special because it’s made with a secret ingredient that is very popular in Southeast Asia– sweetened condensed milk! This drink is enjoyed often in Cambodia, but is so popular that it’s often called Thai Iced Coffee! It is made with one three ingredients (one of which is ice) and is the perfect way to liven up your morning brew.
Mulled Wine (Glogg) in the Instant Pot from Denmark
This recipe for Mulled Wine is guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy during those fall and winter months. You can make this recipe in the Instant Pot for a hands-off, 3 minute drink that will impress your guests and taste delicious while bundled up for the evening.
Mango Pineapple Smoothie from Chad
Mango milk in Chad is a popular street food. Mango, or any other tropical fruit, is blended into milk and mixed with cardamom and ginger to create a smooth, delicate, and refreshing drink! The best part about this drink is the extra level of freshness that the ginger provides.
Hibiscus Tea from Burkina Faso
Hibiscus Tea is a popular drink in Burkina Faso, oftentimes served with pineapple. I loved the idea of fruit-infused tea, so I paired my hibiscus tea recipe with strawberries and basil. This tea can be enjoyed warm or cold, but I particularly love it on ice!
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