Mountains, old fortresses, and ancient castles are three important things that make San Marino a lovely place to be. Another aspect of their culture you’ll definitely like is their drinks. San Marino is filled with quality restaurants that serve these quality drinks. They can also be found in homes and other places. Here are the most popular drinks in San Marino. San Marino has a lovely wine culture that is cherished by its people. These wines have been around for centuries and have form part of the cultural experience of the people. Sammarinese love their wine and as a tourist, that is what you’re most likely going to be introduced to, anywhere you go. There are many wines in the country but, two of the most popular ones are Sangiovese, red wine and biancale, a white wine. Although, there is a strong preference for local wine by the people, wines from Italy are also available as well. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The culture of drinking coffee has been around in San Marino for decades. Today, apart from wines, coffee is another drink that Sammarinese never joke with. You’ll find people going into local cafes to enjoy a meal and coffee, almost every time of the day. Visitors will also love the coffee as they form part of the cuisine and remain an essential aspect of their daily lifestyle. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
You can visit San Marino without having a taste of their liquors. There are many liquors in circulation, but the most interesting ones among them are aniseed-flavored Mistrà. This quality drink is produced locally and offers a great taste for people who want to experience a unique flavor. Mistra is 100% natural, and it is distilled thrice to deliver a super-dry finish that makes it the perfect companion in any weather. There are many ways of drinking mistral including with ice, in juice, in coffee, and it’s sometimes distilled in water. Also, you should try out the truffle-flavored Tilus, a refreshing drink that is not only popular with the locals but also plays a very important part in the local culture of the people. There is also the herbal Duca di Gualdo which is also worth trying by all means. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
San Marino cafes also serve plenty of Cappuccino options for you to enjoy. Like in Italy, the cappuccino in San Marino is prepared with steamed milk foam. However, there are plenty of variations for the drink. For example, instead of milk, some people preferred cream, and there are also flavoring with cinnamon or chocolate powder. Cappuccino in San Marino is enjoyed by the young and the old, and forms an important part of their meals. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
San Marino is also a great place to drink tea. Here, visitors enjoy their day sipping delicious tea in cafes and restaurants, while consuming lovely Sammarinese wine. There are plenty of cafes serving quality tea you should look out for. Caffe Titano, Pan di Zucchero, Sinfonia Caffe, and Don Camillo Taste are three of the most interesting places for you to give a try.