This time of year is the best for cozying up with a hot drink to warm our hands, bodies, and minds. We all have our favorit, and different cultures around the world have popular and traditional warm drinks from atole in Mexico – a masa (corn flour) based sweet drink, to matcha tea in Japan.
Read on to find out about more drinks and their unique ingredients from around the world. Maybe you’ll like to try something new and exotic.
Infographic by the team at Medway Leisure Travel
What is your favorite hot drink?
8 thoughts on “Around The World In 14 Hot Drinks”
Very interesting! Tea is like our national drink over here! (Water before milk. Always!)
Wow – wattlecino – to think I lived in Auz all those years and still didn’t know about this!
Haha something to try!
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Ah chai! Perfect any time of year (but expecially winter)!
But only authentic Indian chai. :p (I don’t like the western kind)
Love it! But it didn’t have hot chocolate (my personal fave).
What a fun and wonderful post! I love it!