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England: Gin & Tonic
Created by the British East India Company as means to make antimalarials go down easily, the G&T is as simple to create as the name suggests. The drink doesn't prove medicinally effective these days, but it is icy, refreshing, and a surefire way to keep it both classy and classic.
The bright-looking — and equally bright-tasting — Subak-Soju combines fresh watermelon juice with Soju, Korea's most popular alcoholic beverage. Local tip: Serve it straight out of a chilled watermelon.
Italy: Winter Spritz
Equal parts celebratory and cozy, this fresh take on the popular aperitif is made with Sanpellegrino Aranciata Rossa, bitter liqueur, lemon juice, sparking wine, and more. Hailing from northeastern Italy, it's also a low-alcohol option, so go ahead and sip down a few. Saluti!
Peru: Pisco Sour
The Pisco Sour is so mouthwatering that both Chileans and Peruvians claim it as their national tipple. The Peruvian version, however, is a touch more deluxe, thanks to its blend of key lime, bitters, pisco brandy, and a frothy egg-white base.
Canada: The Caesar
Much like the Bloody Mary, The Caesar beefs up America's brunch mainstay with a big splash of clam juice. It's said that the original mixologist was inspired by the success of clams and tomato sauce in cuisine — hence the ultra-Italian name. Sounds...fishy, but our Great White North neighbors swear by it.