Thirsty? Head to Vienna
2 monthes ago - By Global Traveler
Known for its wine and beer, Vienna was recently voted the world's most livable city for the ninth consecutive year in an international survey conducted by Mercer. What travelers may not know: Vienna also produces a selection of tasty specialty drinks. Here are a few to try.
Burschik Vermouth has been made in Vienna since 1891. Klassik, Dry and Red versions can be sampled at the Burschik Lounge at the distillery located near Westbahnhof.
Produced by a trio of brothers calling themselves the Vienna Boiler Brothers , Wien Gin is made from elderflower with juniper, bottled up and...
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