27 January 2017

This will surely surprise you!

While studying up about gin, I started researching the consumption patterns in the world. The first thing I wanted to know is which is the country that consumes the most gin in a year per capita (per person). The research led me to a country that I would not have guessed even if my life depended on it. That made me curious about other alcohols and then subsequently, non-alcoholic drinks. The answers will blow your mind. Try this for yourself. (The year signifies which year research data I could get to in the internet).

First, without Googling, take a shot. And then see how close were you. For the answers, just click the following link that will take you to the answers. http://www.rajibroy.com/?p=12555. Also, if you find statistics from later years, please send them my way…

Which country drinks annually, on a per person basis, the following:

a. Gin (2012)
b. Beer (2014)
c. Rum (2012)
d. Whiskey (2012)
e. Vodka (2012)
f. Wine (2015)
g. Tequila (2012)
h. Milk (2014)
i. Tea (2014)
j. Coffee (2014)

Posted January 27, 2017 by Rajib Roy in category "Cocktails", "Puzzles


  1. By Vijay Ramchandran on

    my guesses –
    Gin – China
    Beer – Belgium
    Rum – India (specifically, Old Monk:))
    Whiskey – UK
    Vodka – Russia
    Wine – France
    Tequila – USA
    Milk – Sweden
    Tea – China
    Coffee – Italy


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