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Famous drinkers, proving the notion that what lies in glass dictates your class


Hardwork is the key to success. Anyone who works hard in their lives, deserve something scintillating at the end of the day.  The world leaders for that cause are not a rarity. They also love to sit back, relax, and enjoy their drink.

Here is the list of famous drinkers in the world:

  1. Queen Elizabeth

The word chivalry is what best describes the queen. She prefers to have this fortified wine called Dubonnet every day before lunch. Picking up the habit from her own mother. The ever so trendy queen has brought her fusion to the drink, mixing two parts of Dubbonet to one part gin, with a slice of lemon to garnish. Making her one of the famous drinkers of the world.

  1. Shinzo Abe

Shinzo Abe

When Prime Minister Abe Hosted president Obama in Tokyo, the Japanese Leader made sure that the president gets the best sushi the town had to offer. He made it a spectacular sight for the President, by adding Kamotsuru Daiginjo Tokusei Gold a dish to savour along. Which retails for about $12.

  1. Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin takes a glass of champagne during the reception for new foreign ambassadors at Grand Kremlin Palace on November 9, 2016 in Moscow, Russia. Putin has received credentials from 19 new foreign ambassadors and also extended congratulates to Donald Trump the winner of U.S. Presidential election today.

You can’t work your way to the top of pile in Russian politics without attending more than a few Vodka- soaked Power lunches. Maybe, because of personal aversion, Putin was known to avoid these by doing a favour to flower pots. He dumped his drinks in them and enjoyed his lunches.

  1. Francois Hollande

French President Francois Hollande (L) tastes beer during a visit to the 54th International Agriculture Fair (Salon de l'Agriculture) at the Porte de Versailles exhibition center in Paris, on February 25, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / CHRISTIAN HARTMANN

The French President is one of the famous drinkers in the world. Drinking his fare share of 14,000 bottles stored inside his resident. He once cancelled a meal with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani because he denied to allow wine on the menu.

  1. Angela Merkel

Angela Merkel

Germany, perhaps the country known for its brewery perfection. It is a no rarity that the President has done her homeland proud. So, it’s quiet natural for Merkel to grab a pint between meetings or even summits.

 

 

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