The world's best beverages - as voted by you!

We recently asked our Facebook fans to nominate their favourite beverage when travelling. Is yours on the list? Or perhaps you are heading off soon and need some hints.

Take a look through the list below to stir your memories, or maybe they'll just inspire you to stir a cocktail in your kitchen at home!

  • Barbie Young: When I stayed at a prepaid resort on convention in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, there were three pools and one swim up. I was having Miami Vices delivered left right and centre by convention associates. Great memories. (Yes, I do remember it all, haha)
  • Gail McBride: Going to South America in 3 weeks and looking forward to Pisco Sour!
  • Anamaria Salazar: Pisco Sour in Chile, yummmm yummmmmm
  • Stephen Kemp: Nice bitter lemon drink lol or maybe tea lol
  • Ursula Wall: Pisco sours in Miraflores, Lima, Peru
  • Pieta James: ‎43 in Spain (Spanish liqueur) yummmmm
  • Jane Sue Redfearn: I am remembering a chilled dry rose supped with tapas outside in Barcelona
  • Helena Mills: Naranjillo juice in Ecuador
  • Narelle Rance: Limoncello from Sorrento, Italy 
  • Natasha Lynch: ‎& from Naples 
  • Brad Hile Caprioska enjoyed at a beach bar watching the sunset on Kao Tao... Sigh memories.
  • Norma Claro: On our escorted tour of Northern & Southern Spain we became good friends with another couple and truly have enjoyed chilled pitcher of Sangria and variations of delicious tapas for snacks. At dinner, we had Paella in addition. Miss it! Thanks for asking!
  • Ingrid Shaw: Sangria that I had in Italy and it was delicious so I had another one. It was in Varenna
  • Kirsten Cameron: Spritz in Venice
  • Bronwyn Parbery: Lillet in the Provence, France
  • Jenny Heggs: Mojitos on the beach in Mexico or rum and pineapple in Belize + mucho tranquilo
  • Michelle Perkins: Coconut juice straight from the fruit in a remote PNG village on a hot Pacific day
  • Annemarie Dawkins: Kava - tongue tingling
  • Kate Moreland: ‎"Krill Cocktail" mixed on the Ioffe in Antarctic Waters, or maybe the G&T on 20,000 year old ice? Hmmm then there was that spectacular hot chocolate in Ushuaia before we boarded the ship to Antarctica
  • Wanda Craswell: Mint tea served in a silver teapot and tiny etched glasses in Marrakesh, sitting at a tiny table overlooking the town square, people watching
  • Adrianne Peterson: Apart from the sangria in Spain, cachaca (in a caipirina of course) in Brasil- yum yum yum! Drinking this during Rio Carnival was an added bonus!

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