Romania is the 5th booziest country in the world (sharing the position with Czech Republic), reveals the latest ranking, “The World’s Booziest Countries.” According to the study conducted by Vouchercloud, Romanian citizens drink on average 13.7 litres of pure alcohol every year.
Lithuania ranked first, with Lithuanians drinking a staggering 18.2 litres of pure alcohol per person, per year. They ranked third in 2015, but now they’ve managed to outrank previous winners, the Republic of Moldova, which is now placed the 3rd booziest country in the world. Belarus comes second and Russia fourth.
The UK made it to the top 10 list. Brits have officially made the top 10 list of the booziest countries in the world. Knocking back 12.3 litres of pure alcohol (per person, per year) the UK share the 9th spot with Slovakia, Hungary, Latvia and Poland.
As a matter of fact, the study revealed that Europe is the world’s booziest continent due to a lot of countries sharing ranks this year; 15 of the top 10 are located in Europe. The only country in the top 10 booziest stakes that isn’t European is South Korea whose citizens consume 11.9 litres of alcohol.
The US rank 27th in the booziest country stakes. Americans drink 9.3 litres of pure alcohol per person, per year. Only 0.1 more than their results from 2015.
The most abstinent countries, Mauritania and Libya, can boast for being the only places in the world where the least amount of alcohol is consumed per person. The average citizen drinks 100ml of pure alcohol throughout the year.