Locally brewed beers are often the drink of choice in Estonia to have with meals. The largest brewery in Estonia is Saku and Saku Originaal is the brewery’s flagship product. Vana Tallinn is a traditional Estonia alcoholic drink that is a dark brown liqueur with a mild rum taste.
Do Estonians drink a lot?
Estonia is considered to have one of the highest alcohol consumption rates in both the Baltic states and Europe as a whole. According to the survey done by Estonian Institute of Economic Research, a few years ago about 86 percent of the adult population, from 16 to 75-years-old, consumed alcohol.
How much do Estonians drink?
Last year, Estonian residents consumed an average of 10.1 liters of absolute alcohol per adult last year, down 2 percent on year, spokespeople for the Ministry of Social Affairs told BNS on Monday.
Can you drink alcohol in Estonia?
The Estonian Parliament (Riigikogu) on Wednesday voted for amendments to the law enforcement act which will prohibit drinking alcohol in public, Public Broadcasting reports. Drinking in public is illegal in both Latvia and Lithuania. …
What alcohol do they drink in Estonia?
Vana Tallinn is a traditional Estonia alcoholic drink that is a dark brown liqueur with a mild rum taste. Fruit wines are found in Estonia and are usually flavoured with apples and different berries. In terms of non-alcoholic beverages, Kali is the most popular.
Do Estonians speak English?
This so-called “elven” language is spoken by around 1.1 million people globally. Estonia has one of the highest literacy rates in the world at 99.8% and nearly everyone speaks a foreign language, most commonly English and Russian, but also Finnish, German or Swedish.