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1. Sinkiang Black Beer 新疆(Sinkiang)黑啤酒

Also known as Xinjiang Black Beer, this nutty-scented hooch hails from the Muslim grasslands in northwest China. It has a strong flavor with a hint of brown sugar-like sweetness, like an American dark lager. This ethnic ale goes well any Xinjiang meal, complementing lamb, cumin and other spices. 


2. Chivas mixed with green tea 绿茶威士忌

Chinese night owls love drinking this late night/early morning concoction while belting out Hong Kong and Korean pop songs at the karaoke bar. Fusing Scotch whisky with sweetened, bottled green tea, this cross-cultural mix has a smooth and honeyed taste. Many glittery nightclubs include it on their drinks lists.


3. Pearl milk tea 珍珠奶茶

One of the most popular soft drinks among young people in mainland China, this Taiwan import includes jelly or pudding-like bubbles in sweetened milk tea. It has a slightly bitter aftertaste. The chewy "pearls" are actually made of tapioca and have a soft texture.


4. C100 水溶C100

This is China's version of electrolyte water. From lemon to grapefruit flavors, the vitamin-rich drink has a tangy, sweet and acidic lemonade taste. It can be found at supermarkets throughout China, such as Carrefour. 


5. Tieguanyin 铁观音

Known as the “Iron Goddess of Mercy,” tieguanyin falls somewhere between green and black tea taste-wise, but is yellowish in color. With a fresh floral aroma and a fruity, berry-like sweetness, this premium variety of oolong tea leaves a honey aftertaste. Tieguanyin can be found throughout China in local teahouses, but it's most notably produced in Anxi, Fujian province. Harvested in spring and autumn, the teat is sometimes referred to as "curled up leaves of jade."


6. Salt soda water 盐汽水

A refreshing carbonated water that's been around since the 1960s -- mainly in Shanghai -- this was the drink of choice for locals before Coca-Cola knocked on China's door. Hints of lemon and mint add a kick to the sweet and fizzy water. Local convenience stores (especially in Shanghai) carry salt soda water.


7. Jiuniang (fermented sweet rice wine) 酒酿(发酵甜米酒)

This soup-like Chinese dish is actually unfiltered rice wine, but has a very low alcohol content. Osmanthus flowers bring up the fragrance. Served during Dongzhi festival (also known as the "arrival of winter"), the warm beverage is sold by street vendors throughout China.


8. Soybean milk 豆浆

Yellow wheat beans are used to make China's version of the protein shake. The drink is usually made at home with a milk machine. But fresh, boiled versions can be found at most breakfast stalls, which serve it sweet or savory. All supermarkets and convenience stores carry bottled soy bean milk. Vitasoy is one of the more popular brands.


9. Chrysanthemum tea 菊花茶

Flowery in scent and taste, chrysanthemum tea is an herbal remedy. Reputed health benefits include cholesterol maintenance and sinus relief. It's ubiquitous in Chinese restaurants and teahouses, though the most famous tea plantations are in Hubei, Hangzhou and Mount Huang.


10. Tsingtao beer 青岛啤酒

The most recognized Chinese beer in the world, Tsingtao is sold in 62 countries and region. A lager with a high-malt flavor and a hint of hops, Tsingtao is easy to drink and doesn't leave a bitter aftertaste. Produced in the seaside city of Qingdao, the German-style beer uses spring water from Laoshan in Shandong province, a mountain area known for its water purity. The company imports its hops, yeast and barley from Australia and Canada. The brew can be found in any restaurant, supermarket and convenience store in China.


11. Coconut milk 椰奶

China's canned coconut milk is made from the meat of the fruit. Milk, water and sugar give it a thicker consistency than regular coconut water. Incredibly sweet, it can be found across China, but is particularly popular in southern parts of the country.


12. Cocoa, rock salt and cheese 岩盐芝士可可

This sounds-odd-but-tastes-great drink is a testament to Chinese creativity. China's version of chocolate milk with foam -- some call it a "cheese creamsicle" -- the cocoa, rock salt and cheese are blended into a cup of milk. The rich chocolaty flavor combines with the saltiness from the cheese to tease the taste buds. Find it at Happy Lemon, a fast food-like drink spot throughout China. 


13. Suanmeitang (sour plum drink) 酸梅汤(酸梅做的饮料)

This cooling and soothing drink is a great match for hot pot and spicy Chinese dishes. The sweet-sour taste helps ease a burning tongue and stomach. Made of sour plums, hawthorn, licorice root, rock salt and sweet osmanthus, it's most common in summer and can be found in powder, liquid concentrate or bottled form in supermarkets.


14. Yunnan coffee 云南咖啡 

A caffeine rush has put Yunnan province on the global coffee map. More than 98% of China’s coffee comes from the area. It even grabbed Starbucks' attention, which signed a joint venture in February 2012 with one of the province’s coffee operations, AiNi, the most widely available Yunnan brand.  Coffee connoisseurs will enjoy AiNi's cinnamon-flavored beans. They're a lighter roast, but throw out a flavorful cinnamon punch with an herbal aroma.


15. Osmanthus wine 桂花酒

This delicious after-dinner drink is similar to French liqueur and can be served chilled or warm. The wine is common in the southern Chinese city of Guilin, whose name literally means "Forest of Osmanthus."


16. Wahaha Nutri-Express 哇哈哈营养快线

Comparable to what liquid Skittles might taste like, this drink is a mix of fruit juice and milk. Its consistency is lighter than yogurt drinks and similar to skim milk -- a little watery. A healthy alternative to the milkshake, it's one of China’s top selling bottled drinks and can be found at convenience stores like Kedi and Lawson.


17. Cooling tea 凉茶

Although many stalls in southern China sell homemade “cooling tea,” or herbal tea, the two dominant brands are Wang Lao Ji (in green paper cartons) and Jia Duo Bao (in red cans). Both share the same recipe, which has been passed down from the historic label, Wang Lao Ji, and taste almost identical. This herbal tea's history dates to the Qing dynasty. With hints of mint and a honey, the drink has a soothing effect on the throat and isn't too sweet.


18. Kvass 格瓦斯

The Russians brought this amber liquid to northern China in the 19th century, and the sweet alcoholic drink has remained an iconic homebrew in the region, especially in Xinjiang and Harbin. Often flavored with herbs, mint, raisins or strawberries, this beer is made from rye or black bread. The alcohol level is low (around 1%). It tastes a bit like shandy, but with a thicker texture.


Source from CNN


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