Drinks in Venezuela

Drinks in Venezuela
Some of the most favorite Venezuela drinks include Ponche Crema, Chinotto and Chicha. Some of the other Venezuela drinks that are favored by the people in Venezuela are batidos and milkshakes like merengada. Batidos are fruit juices that are thick in texture but are extremely favorite among both the old and the young.


Some of the other Venezuela soft drinks include sugar cane juice teemed with lemon juice. This juice is also known by the name of papelon con limon. The tangy taste of the drink makes it popular among the children, although the nutritional value is never compromised with. Some of the other refreshing Venezuela drinks include fresh coconut milk.

Some of the hard drinks in Venezuela, which add to every festive mood in the country, are beer and rum. Hard drink buffs find them indispensable especially when they are in a mood to celebrate. The beer brand that is most popular among the Venezuelans is Polar. While some of the Venezuelans like it neat, rum is used in many unusual hard drink combinations like cocktails and mock tails. Mixed with coke, rum is also used to make the Cuba libre, which is a favorite drink among the Venezuelans.

The legal drinking age is 18.