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Cuba is a paradise for cocktails. Here the famous mojitos, rum collins, daiquirís and filtered pineapple are consumed daily.
and Rum is the basis of most alcoholic beverage, including the famous Mojito, Daiquirís or Cuba Libre (based on rum and coca).
World famous the Rum is almost a religion in Cuba.
There are a large number of brands of rum, each of them even has different ranges and qualities.
The best rums in Cuba:
- Havana Club
- Ron Matusalén
- Ron V.C.
- Ron Bucanero
- Ron Santiago de Cuba.
- Ron Legendario.
- Ron Mulata.
- Ron Caribbean Club.
- Ron Varadero.
- Ron Cubay.
Santiago Rum, 15 years old, has a great reputation and is mainly found in the city of Santiago de Cuba.
The meeting of rum with fruits gives rise to very delicious drinks, and in Cuba these liqueurs are not only for consumption, but can also be used as a seasoning for Macedonian and other fruit salads.
As far as non-alcoholic drinks are concerned, the best is Tropi-Cola, a variant of Coca-Cola and much sweeter. Other common refreshments on the island are lemon or orange soda “Cachito” and Caracas malt, originally from Venezuela.
Cuba is a paradise for cocktails. Here the famous mojitos, rum collins, daiquirís are consumed daily.
Cristal Beer and Bucanero
Try the local beers: the Cristal is very good, as well as the Bucanero
Cuban coffee is really thick and concentrated. It is served in small quantities and without sugar.
Cuba is also known for its excellent juices and exotic fruit juices. Beer juice, based on vesou and coconut water are the most popular on the island.
the best is Tropi-Cola, a variant of Coca-Cola and much sweeter. Other common refreshments on the island are lemon or orange soda “Cachito” and Caracas malt, originally from Venezuela.