Wherever in the world you are from, the holidays are an excellent time to have a drink. Perhaps out of celebration, perhaps to tolerate an entire evening with the uncle you just blocked on Facebook. And if you’re looking to try something a little different than that same bottle of Jack that’s been in the cabinet for years, follow our map highlighting the sippable ways people celebrate during the holidays in all corners of the globe.
From Scandinavian Glogg to Puerto Rico's Coquito, there is an array of festive flavors and a variety of variations in how the world tips one back and ring in the season. Some come from a bottle, some are mixed up at the bar, and some are simmered low and slow for pure winter warmth and comfort. If eggnog isn't your thing, maybe this is the year to try wassail. And, of course, there's nothing naughty about popping a bottle of cava, even on a cold night.