"Very Old Rare Sherry", Pedro Ximenez by Garvey. Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia, Spain), aged 30 years. Sherry is a national liquor of Spain.
This is a list of national liquors. A national liquor is an alcoholic drink considered a standard and respected adult beverage in a given country. While many such drinks status may be informal, there is usually a general consensus in a given country that a specific drink has national status or is the "most popular liquor" in said nation. This list is distinct from national drinks which include non-alcoholic beverages.
Norway: Akevitt (Must be distilled from Norwegian potatoes and aged for a minimum of six months in oak casks to be labeled "Norwegian Akevitt", unlike Danish and Swedish akvavit, which is commonly grain-based and unaged)
England - Gin is a traditional southern, middle-class drink; almost always consumed in a Gin and Tonic. Cider, particularly Scrumpy, is associated with the West Country. Ale, or 'Bitter' (and to others simply 'Beer'), is a common local drink, particularly in the North of England.
Venezuela: Rum (sugarcane) and Miche andino (brown sugar). The "Miche" a strong brandy used to drinking in the Andean region in stills craft is obtained by fermentation of panela (brown sugar) and then distilled and Cocuy (Agave cocuy).The “Cocuy” is made from the stalk of Agave cocuy baked and fermented in the desert regions of center western Venezuela & Yaraque. (Manioc or cassava). Yaraque is made from Manioc or cassava (yucca fiber prepared). It is drink by Amazons Indigenous Communities Piaroa, Jivi, Bare, Yekuana among others. Their preparation is to place cassava in a large bowl with water and left for several days until it is fermented.