Drinks Typical Winter of Different Countries

published by alianatalia on Nov 30, 2012

Usually, the cold air makes people want to enjoy something warm such as food and beverages. Here are a few different drinks that are enjoyed by people of different hemisphere: Winter drinks here are some of the various countries.


Canelazao is Panella sugar boiled water and mixed with cinnamon and cloves. Sometimes it is also added to fruit beverages naranjilla that taste like pineapple and mint

2.Ponche, Mexico

Ponche is made from slightly rum, fresh fruits, walnuts, raisins, sugar Piloncillo, and typical Mexican fruit, tejocote. This fruit punch drink boiled together for half an hour and is served warm in a large pot

3.Colada, Ecuador

Colada is made from dried corn soaked for 10 minutes, and boiled with fruit, mixed with sugar and a little salt, then blended and filtered before being served. Colada usually drink at breakfast.

4.Hot chocolate, Switzerland

Switzerland is also famous for having the best quality chocolate in this world was made ​​of chocolate-based drinks are very delicious. Beverages such as chocolate melted and mixed with water or milk is very famous and typical winter drink made ​​by many people in the world.

5.Kuzuyu, Japan

Kuzuyu is drink warm, sweet, and creamy that can help relieve nasal congestion and sore throat. This warm drink made ​​from a mixture of honey and powdered kudzu, a plant that is used to mix in herbal teas and other beverages. These drinks can be found in several flavors such as ginger, green tea and black sugar.

6.Sungnyung, Korea

Sungnyung made ​​from rice crust! The crust was charred rice is added to water and drunk. Koreans drink sungnyung as cover dish meal and also presented at the ceremony of ancestor veneration as a dish cover.


Bandrek made ​​of ginger and brown sugar, and mixed with spices to warm the body, such as lemongrass, pepper, cinnamon, pandan, chicken eggs. Bandrek also believed to cure a sore throat

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