17 Honduran Drinks You Must Try (2023) (2023)

These Honduran drinks are a fun bucket list to achieve when traveling Honduras.

One of the things I loved traveling overland through Central America was how food and drink evolved from north to south. Some drinks and juices would be the same, evolve slightly and new ones would appear.

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Now after visiting more much of the Caribbean I can appreciate Honduran drinks and food so much more,

In Honduras drink and food reflects its culture and history. Like much of Latin America it has deep influences from Spanish colonialism but is also heavily influenced by the Caribbean culture on the coast.

But it’s much more than beautiful Caribbean beaches and Spanish food.

It also has a very important influence of immigrants from Africa and and the indigenous Lenca population, which exists in Honduras and El Salvador.

Honduras isn’t just a country to pass through. But let’s get to the most common question:

Can You Drink the Water in Honduras?

It’s advisable to avoid drinking tap water in Honduras. The first time I traveled through I used this Steripen and it was fantastic.

Since then I now travel with a Lifestraw Water Bottle and I’m looking at a Grayl bottle, which other travel bloggers rave about.

If you can’t find bottled water there are lots of local soft drinks with fun flavours like Tropical, which is a banana drink and Refresco de Nance, which is a common Honduras fruit and Costa Rican fruit where it’s also called nanzi.

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Pinol is the national drink of Honduras. It also happens to be the national drink of Nicaragua.

It is a traditional drink made with ground maize (corn) mixed with cocoa, agave or honey and cinnamon, vanilla and a variety of spices. But everyone has their own recipe and pinol recipes can vary widely.

Pinol is an ancient drink that comes from the Nahuatl word pinolli, which means cornmeal.

It’s often compared to a thinner oatmeal and is considered a hearty and nourishing drink.

It is still made today, often ground with a mortar and pestle in rural areas. In urban areas it’s more common to just buy the ground powder and add water.

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Atol de Elote

If you’ve spent any time in Latin America you’ll recognize atol de elote. It’s one of the more common traditional drinks in Mexico and that’s because it comes from ancient Mayans.

In other areas it may simply be called atole and may be a rice drink or made with wheat. But this Honduras drink is made with maize or elote, which is corn.

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It’s a warm sweet drink in Honduras made from pureed corn mixed with sugar, cinnamon and spices.

It can be served at breakfast, is popular to buy late afternoon from street vendors and is sometimes it’s served cold as a dessert.

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One of the most famous Honduran drinks, coffee here is exceptional

Honduran coffee was once used as a blend but now is considered one of the best in the world. Like Cuban coffee, it is primarily Arabica beans.

But if you’re a coffee fanatic you’ll want to try Honduran coffee from it’s five distinct regions:

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  • Agalta
  • Comayagua
  • Copán
  • El Paraiso
  • Montecillos
  • Opalaca

There are also six varieties, the Lempira being the smallest and most difficult to find. It was once ranked the best coffee in the world so almost all of it is exported.

  • Catuai
  • Caturra
  • IHCAFE-90
  • Lempira
  • Pacas
  • Parainema
  • Typica

Like most coffee in Latin America it is almost always served black with far more sugar than you would expect. So you may want to order your sugar on the side if possible.

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Although the Spanish colonialists brought horchata to Latin America, the horchata recipe in Honduras can be quite different.

In Mexico and neighbouring Guatemala it is a rice drink mixed with sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and other spices.

This is similar to northern Honduras; however, in southern Honduras it is not a rice drink.

Instead horchata is made with morro or jicaro seeds along with milk and sugar. It is also common to find it made with sesame seeds, cashew nuts and almonds.

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Jugo de Cana de Azucar

One of the most popular Colombian drinks, this is sugar cane juice!

It is called guarapo in Cuba and Colombia, where street vendors also have the entire pressing machine on site.

If you like they’ll serve you a freshly squeezed glass of sweet sugar cane juice.

Not surprisingly, it’s pretty sweet. I think it’s best to get the smallest size possible or to bring some extra water to mix into it.

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Agua de Ensalada

Translating to salad water, it uses seasonal fruit to basically make what we know as a fruit salad into a drink.

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It’s also a very common drink in El Salvador where is often called refresco de ensalada. Think of it like a non-alcoholic sangria juice.

It’s like a drink and a snack all in one!

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One of my FAVOURITE things about traveling through Latin America is ALL the fruit juice.

Honduran drinks are full of local fruit flavour and there are so many options.

While aguas or refrescos means straight fruit juice mixed with a bit of water and unnecessary sugar, a licuado signifies that the fruit is mixed with milk or yogurt along with ice.

It’s basically a fruit smoothie.

You can get licuados made from one fruit or many. These drinks in Honduras are easy to find in markets and lots of shops will specialize in making licuados.

I always ask that they don’t add honey or sugar in it because they can get pretty sweet.

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It looks like a milk shake but it has no milk!

Batidos are very similar to licuados but do not include milk. Instead they are fruit mixed with oats, wheat germ and sometimes granola along with ice.

They have that creamy smoothie consistency but are dairy free, which is perfect for vegan travelers or people who want to try something different.

Because of the oats and other options I think it’s great breakfast option as it’s quite filling.

Alcoholic Drinks in Honduras

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Although Heineken exists in practically every country I’m more interested in trying local beer.

One of the most refreshing Honduran drinks, local beer tends to be what you get in other Central American countries with light lagers and German-influenced flavours.

There are four main beer brands in Honduras:

  • Barena (German Pilsner stylebeer)
  • Imperial (American Adjunct Lager stylebeer)
  • Port Royal (German Pilsner stylebeer)
  • Salva Vida (pale lager)

And they are all brewed by one company – Cerveceria Hondureña. Who also happen to own Coca-Cola and a bunch of other popular drinks in Honduras.

But craft beer lovers need not dismay! Ten years ago some craft breweries started popping up:

Craft Beer in San Pedro Sula

  • Alquimia Cervecera in San Pedro Sula
  • Cerveceria La 20 in San Pedro Sula
  • D&D Brewing in San Pedro Sula
  • Gecko Brewing in San Pedro Sula
  • Lúpulos Craft Beer in San Pedro Sula
  • Cerveceria Casa del Bosque in San Pedro Sula

Craft Beer in Tegucigalpa

  • Casa de Puros in Tegucigalpa
  • Honduras Brewing Company in Tegucigalpa

Other Craft Beer in Honduras

  • Cervecería Artesanal los Llanos inSanta Rosa de Copan
  • Cervecería 0826 in Valle de Ángeles
  • Roatan Island Brewing on Roatán island
  • Utila Brewing Company on Utila island
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Chicha is a common drink throughout pre-Colombian America (Central and South America) and has been made for centuries.

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It is a fermented alcoholic or non alcoholic drink in many Latin American countries, often prepared for holidays like Christmas and Easter.

The most commonly known chicha is the Peruvian drink chicha morrada, which is made from purple corn.

Chicha is made by fermenting maize or yuca, often adding honey to help fermentation. This popular Honduran drink may have other fruits added to it.

Both the nance fruit and pineapple are common in Honduras to made chicha de piña or chicha de nance.

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Coyol Wine

Coyol wine is made in regions from southern Mexico down through to Costa Rica. It is made by fermenting the sap of coyol palms.

Vino de coyol is also known as chicha de coyol, the tree is cut down to drain the sap, which ferments in the sun for up to a week.

In Honduras small shops sell bottles of coyol wine and some street vendors in rural areas will sell it in recycled plastic water and soda bottles.

It’s a cloudy drink in Honduras and doesn’t look like wine at all but more like a moonshine. While it has a low alcohol content, people tend to drink a lot of it. Hangovers from vino de coyol are brutal so go easy on it.

There’s a lot of folklore attached to it, some day if you drink it one day and spend the next day in the sun you’ll be drunk again from the sun.

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Guifiti or Garifuna Giffity

A Latin American country, Honduras has substantial Caribbean influence, especially from the Garifuna culture, which originated from St. Vincent island in the Caribbean.

It’s a long and complicated history, but the French and English battled for the islands and the Garifuna people were unwilling casualties in the battle of land which belonged to them.

Eventually in the late 1700s the British shipped Garifuna people with darker skin to Roatán island. Today there are descendants in Belize, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua and many moved to the United States.

If you can only have one Honduran drink on your visit it should be guifiti, also known as giffity, giffidy and geffidee.

This iconic Honduras liquor is a firey blend of medicinal herbs, botanicals and spices and may have local honey.

It is made both commercially and at home with up to forty ingredients so recipes vary but this Garifuna liquor often includes chamomile, anise, all-spice, cloves, garlic and guaro that is fermented in sunshine for up to eight days.

It is a traditional drink that is believed to be a medicine for a number of ailments. You can find it at festivals and Garifuna bars along the coast.

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Also known as aguardiente in South America, guaro is distilled sugar cane and in the rum family.

It’s a clear liquid that is the national drink in Costa Rica and can be shot straight or used as a mixer, similar to any other spirit.

It has a slightly sweet taste and lower alcohol content (30%) than vodka is often replaces it in typical vodka drinks.

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Known as as rompope in Mexico and crema de vie in Cuba, it is essentially eggnog.

This Honduran drink is made during Christmas in Honduras and may be served with guaro, rum or made without alcohol.

It’s believed that the recipe is directly from a convent in Puebla, Mexico.

It is sometimes called ponche navideño (Christmas punch) or ponche de leche (milk punch).

Honduran Ponche de Pina

This hot pineapple punch is also common during festivals and important celebrations. It reminds me of canelazo, an Ecuadorian drink with sugarcane, fruit and aguadiente.

But really is more like a warm piña colada punch.

This Honduran drink is made with pineapple, light rum, cinnamon, cloves, all spice, sugar and coconut milk. It’s not commonly sold all year round unless it is a special occasion.

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Flor de Caña is known as a Nicaraguan rum, but its secondary distillery has been in Honduras for decades.


Its name means sugarcane flower and it is the rum of choice across Honduras for both cocktails and drinking straight.

If you’re looking for a 100% Honduran rum check out the Roatán Rum Company or Pirates Grog Rum both on Roatán island.

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Monkey La-la

It is absolutely impossible to visit Roatán island without seeing this Honduran drink on any menu.

This cocktail is named after the lizard that is found all over the island that locals call Monkey La-la and the Jesus Lizard because it can walk on water before eventually sinking.

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That’s what this Honduran cocktail will do to you. You have a few thinking you are ok and then you’re done for the day.

There is no singular Monkey La La recipe as every bar makes it differently. It is a base of piña colada with more sugar and a bunch of alcohol blended with ice. Generally it includes:

  • Kahlua
  • Bailey’s
  • Rum
  • Vodka
  • Piña colada mix or cream of coconut with a bit of pineapple juice.

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What is the most popular drink in Honduras? ›

Pinol is the national drink of Honduras. It also happens to be the national drink of Nicaragua. It is a traditional drink made with ground maize (corn) mixed with cocoa, agave or honey and cinnamon, vanilla and a variety of spices. But everyone has their own recipe and pinol recipes can vary widely.

What is the famous drink in Roatan? ›

You might initially be thinking of drinks such as margaritas, pina coladas or daiquiris. But when you're on the island of Roatan, a small island off the north coast of the Central American country, Honduras, that fruity tropical drink is known by locals and tourists as the Monkey Lala.

What do Honduras drink for lunch? ›

Common beverages for dinner or lunch include soft drinks. One agua fresca that is very popular in Honduras is agua de ensalada. This freshly made drink consists of chopped fruit such as apples and various seasonal fruit. Another popular drink is agua de nance.

What is the nickname of Honduras? ›

Honduras' nickname is the "banana republic" because they produce a lot of bananas.

What is the 3 most popular drink? ›

Beer is the world's most widely consumed alcoholic drink, and is the third-most consumed drink overall, after water and tea.

What is the number 1 best drink? ›

Best Choice: Water

Water is essential for your body. It prevents dehydration, constipation, and kidney stones. Plus, with no calories, it's the best beverage for your waistline.

What is the drinking age in Honduras? ›

Drinking Age by Country
CountryLegal Drinking Age
Honduras18 Years Old
Hong Kong18 Years Old
Hungary18 Years Old
Iceland20 Years Old
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What is the drinking age on Roatan? ›

You must be 21 years old to drink at Anthony's Key Resort.

What is Honduran root drink? ›

Gifiti, which translates as bitter, is an alcoholic drink of the Garifuna, indigenous people that were mostly exiled to Honduras and Guatemala. The drink is made with various herbs and roots that are macerated in rum.

What are 2 appetizers in Honduras? ›

Honduras Kitchen // Traditional Appetizers

Ripe or green plantain served with refried beans and Honduran cream. Fresh handmade tortilla with refried beans, Honduran cream and dry cheese. A Honduran meat pie stuffed with ground beef, rice and potato, served with pickled onions and drizzled with Honduran sauce.

What is the most popular snack in Honduras? ›

Macheteadas is a traditional Honduran snack. This sweet and dense fried dough is usually prepared with leftover baleada flour tortilla dough. It consists of flour, salt, sugar, baking powder, coconut oil, and warm water, sometimes with the addition of milk and eggs.

What is Honduran breakfast called? ›

What is this? Honduran food is hearty and rich, epitomized by one of the country's most beloved go-to dishes: baleada. A common choice for breakfast, a baleada consists of a wheat flour tortila, filled with a range of delicious ingredients, folded before serving.

What is slang for cool in Honduras? ›

Fresa. Fresa means “strawberry” in Spanish, but in Honduran slang it means “cool” or “nice.” However, if you're talking about a person, then the meaning changes for “pretentious” or “posh.”

How do you say hello in Honduras? ›

Buenas– shortened phrase for greeting each other from “buenas tardes” (good afternoon), “buenos dias” (good day), to “buenas noche” (good night). It is used more often than “hola” (hello). Greetings and farewells- Hondurans have a closer personal distance than Americans for greeting and saying goodbye to each other.

What is the secret city in Honduras? ›

La Ciudad Blanca (pronounced [la sjuˈðað ˈblaŋka], Spanish for "The White City") is a legendary settlement said to be located in the Mosquitia region of the Gracias a Dios Department in eastern Honduras.

What drink is the most drunken? ›

Spirytus Rektyfikowany (96% Alcohol)

Spirytus is actually more potent than the widely-known Everclear and sits atop as the world's strongest alcoholic beverage.

What is the most unhealthy drink? ›

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  • Sweetened tea. ...
  • Fruit Juices. ...
  • Sports drinks. ...
  • Alcoholic beverages. ...
  • Flavoured water.
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What drink makes you sleepy? ›

Chamomile tea, like warm milk, is another more traditional option in the world of natural sleeping solutions. Experts have recommended the use of chamomile for years as an aid for those who suffer from insomnia. Often, this tea is very calming and soothing — as well as being caffeine-free.

What country can a 13 year old drink alcohol? ›

Burkina Faso — Age to purchase is 13 for males, 16 for females. Burundi — Age to purchase is 18 unless accompanied by parent. Cambodia. Cameroon — Age to purchase is 18 on-premise, 21 off-premise.

What country is 13 the legal drinking age? ›

Around the world, the age when it's legal to purchase or be served most alcohol products varies from 13 in Burkina Faso to 25 in Eritrea.

How much alcohol can you bring into Honduras? ›

What You Can Bring into Honduras -- Any travel-related merchandise brought into Honduras, such as personal effects or clothing, is not taxed. Visitors entering Honduras may also bring in no more than 400 cigarettes, 500g (18 oz.) of pipe tobacco, or 50 cigars, and 2.5L (2 3/4 qt.) of alcoholic beverages per adult.

What is the lowest legal age to drink in the world? ›

The youngest legal drinking age in the world is 15, with both Mali and the Central African Republic allowing folks to drink at that time. Seven countries do not have a government-mandated drinking age, while 11 countries ban the consumption of booze entirely.

What is the youngest drinking age in United States? ›

*Exceptions may apply if accompanied by a responsible adult. Each federal state prohibits sale of alcohol beverages to anyone under 16 years of age.

Can you drink at 15 in Puerto Rico? ›

There is some similarity between DUI-related laws in Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland, but there are also differences. For example, the legal drinking age in Puerto Rico is 18, and for those 18–20 years of age, BAC levels must be lower than . 02.

What do hondurans call sour cream? ›

Sour Cream: In Honduras, Mantequilla Blanca is used.

What is Honduras known for? ›

Honduras is known for its rich natural resources, including minerals, coffee, tropical fruit, and sugar cane, as well as for its growing textiles industry, which serves the international market.

What is Honduras fruit? ›

Fruit in Honduras is a central part of the local diet and livelihood. Almond, mango, papaya, and banana trees grow throughout the city of Tegucigalpa and strawberries grow in abundance nearby and particularly in the rural town of Esperanza.

What is Honduras unique food? ›

  • Baleadas, Traditional Honduran Cuisine.
  • Catrachas, Honduran Food.
  • Carne Asada, Honduran Grilled Beef.
  • Pupusas.
  • Honduran Enchiladas.
  • Pastelitos de Perro, Honduran Food.
  • Arroz con Leche Latin Dessert.
  • Honduran Quesadillas.
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What is the best candy in Honduras? ›

Dulce de Leche (Milky Candy)

Whether as a tablet shape or balls with fillings or toppings, dulce de leche is one of the favorite and most addictive Honduran desserts. The main ingredients are milk and sugar, with a touch of lemon and vanilla extract.

What is Honduras main dish? ›

Baleada. Let's start with the most Honduran dish of all: the baleada. Probably the most famous Honduran food, baleadas are folded wheat-flour tortillas filled with fried and mashed red beans, grated or crumbled white cheese, and mantequilla—which is not “butter,” as per the translation, but Honduran-style sour cream.

What is Honduras most popular fruit? ›

Perhaps the most popular of all exotic tropical fruits available in Honduras is the Rambutan. Locals call them “lichas”, Rambutan is a hairy looking fruit that is native to Southeast Asia.

What do they call chips in Honduras? ›

Zambos are the most popular chips in Honduras.

What time is lunch in Honduras? ›

Lunch, almuerzo, is generally served between noon and 2pm, and for most, it's the biggest meal of the day.

What is the most popular sport in Honduras? ›

The largest spectator sport in Honduras is football (soccer), and the Honduran national league and the major European leagues are all keenly followed.

What does Pucha mean in Honduras? ›

Pucha means Damn, Drat, Well I am damned in Horandus. It is the equivalent of Puta in Spanish.

What is considered disrespectful in Honduras? ›

It is considered rude to begin any conversation without first having made a proper greeting and perhaps asking after the person's family or how their weekend was. Children respect their elders here, wherever they meet them, and will stop and listen politely when spoken to.

How do you say pretty in Honduras? ›

1. Bonito/a. In English, this word translates to “beautiful,” “pretty,” or “lovely.” Bonito/a is widely used in Spanish-speaking countries, and it's generally a loving word.

How do Hondurans say bye? ›

Viszlát! (“Bye!”) This Hungarian word for goodbye is a shortened version of the one above.

How do Hondurans say girl? ›

jeva: In Honduras, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Venezuela it is used to refer to a young women. An alternate spelling is jeba.

What does Vaya Pues mean? ›

Vaya pues is used to agree with enthusiasm. We also say vaya pues as a farewell expression.

What is the poorest place in Honduras? ›

Around 75 percent of the rural population lives in the central hillside areas in the interior highlands; this is also where majority of poverty in Honduras is the most prevalent.

What is the oldest city in Honduras? ›

Comayagua was founded in 1537 by the Spaniard Captain Alonso de Cáceres in compliance with instructions "to find an apparent situation to form a city in the middle of the two oceans" by order of the advance Francisco de Montejo, first governor of Hibueras (modern day Honduras) as it was first known to Honduras.

Why is it called Honduras? ›

On July 30, 1502, Christopher Columbus first saw Honduran soil and he claimed the territory in the name of his sovereigns, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile. He named the area "Honduras" (meaning "depths") for the deep water off the coast.

What is the number 3 drink in the world? ›

Beer is the third most popular drink in the world, after water and tea. And let's face it, sometimes you just need a cold one more than a cup of tea! 2. The oldest known recipe for beer is over 4,000 years old and was discovered in ancient Sumeria.

What is the most famous drink ever? ›

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What is the most famous drink? ›

Water. Water is the most popular drink in the world.

What is the rarest drink? ›

Billionaire Vodka is the top rarest drink in the world, which provides you satisfaction to different sophisticated individuals. The massive 5-liter bottle extraordinary spirit costs up to $3.7 million. Its motto is “It's good to be the king,” so the user's demand is the essential feature.

What is the richest drink? ›

Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne is the most expensive drink on our list. It's a cognac that's made by the Henri IV Dudognon distillery in France, and is presented in a 24-carat gold and sterling silver bottle that's adorned with over 6,000 diamonds.

What is the hardest drink in the world? ›

What type of alcohol is the strongest in the world? Spirytus, a 96% alcohol by volume vodka created in Poland, is the strongest alcoholic beverage in the world (ABV).

What is the oldest drink ever? ›

Chemical analyses recently confirmed that the earliest alcoholic beverage in the world was a mixed fermented drink of rice, honey, and hawthorn fruit and/or grape. The residues of the beverage, dated ca. 7000–6600 BCE, were recovered from early pottery from Jiahu, a Neolithic village in the Yellow River Valley.

What is the tastiest drink in the world? ›

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What is the most old drink in the world? ›

Dating back thousands of years, mead is an alcoholic beverage created by fermenting honey with water, sometimes with various fruits or spices. It was once thought to be the drink of the gods, falling from the Heavens as dew and then gathered by bees. Mead was also believed to improve health and prolong life.

What do most Americans drink? ›

U.S. Drinkers' Preferred Alcoholic Beverage

Do you most often drink liquor, wine or beer? Line graph showing what alcoholic beverages Americans who consume alcohol drink, trend from 1991 to 2022. The latest readings find 35% of drinking Americans consuming beer, 31% wine and 30% liquor.

What is America's favorite drink? ›

America's favorite beverage is bottled water, seeing as it accounts for 24% of beverage consumption in the United States. Coffee comes in second place, making up about a fifth of beverage consumption. About 60% of American adults drink each regularly, according to self-reporting.

What is the top shelf drink? ›

Top Shelf: Bottles on the highest shelves behind a bar. Though there's no hard rule as to cost, these tend to be bottles that would retail for $50 or more in a store. Mid Shelf: Bottles on the lower half of the shelf behind a bartender. With liquor, this would usually be bottles that fall in the $25–50 range.


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