The fiesta margarita in Mexico is the best. It's four flavours of frozen margarita layered in one cup (lime, kiwi, mango, & strawberry).
There were more I wanted to try but couldn't afford to, including the Grey Goose and Grand Marnier slush in France, and the Mt. Fuji in Japan (sounded like a blue margarita). Japan also has a sake bar at the back of Mitsukoshi.
Many of the countries do have beers, though there are several I would suggest skipping. Casablanca beer at Morrocco would be a definite skip. Unfortunately, Canada now has Moosehead, relpacing Labatt's when I was there a few years ago. And of course, Dos Equis at Mexico. You can have the margaritas, I'll have my Dos Equis!
Italy - Rose Regale!!!!!! I am absolutely hooked on that! The one thing that you need to make sure you do is ask for a piece of dark chocolate to go with it. Normally this is offered to the guest, but not always. The chocolate pairs wonderfully with the sweetness of the sparkling wine.
Mexico - I have to agree, the margarita. I like having the multi-layered. I can't remember all the flavors but at least this way, you get a little of each.
Germany - Go to the outside beer stand, great selection of beer if you like that sort of thing. for 5 or 10 dollars you can buy a plastic 20oz beer stein. It's great for travelling country to country.
We meet again, fellow western Kentuckian. They do in fact each have a beer; I know because I drank most of them two years ago.
Mexico: Dos Equis - on tap!
Norway: Used to be Ringeness, but it's now Carlsberg
China: Tisngtao (very good)
Germany: Lowenbrau Original, Beck's Dark, and Franziskaner Weisse
Italy: Drawing a blank
America: Bud Light and Sam Adams
Japan: Kirin and Ichiban
France: Kronenbourg (surprisingly tasty)
UK: Bass Ale, Boddingtons English Pub Ale, Harp Lager, Stella Artois, Tennents, Strongbow Cider, and Guinness Stout. Sweet!
Canada: Moosehead, as mentioned.
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