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Quiz: Where were these well-known drinks first made ?

Bottoms up.

IT’S TIME FOR Sunday night’s quiz.

This one tests your knowledge of some well-known drinks around the world. 

You need to pick which country (or region) they were first made in.

Best of luck.

First up. Where's Yakult from?
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France
Germany

Japan
Brazil
What about Red Bull?
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Switzerland
Austria

Luxembourg
Denmark
Which of these countries first had the aperitif ouzo?
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Mexico
Russia

Thailand
Greece
What about Bubble Tea?
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India
Taiwan

Scotland
Morocco
Which country would you have first found the beer Saku?
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Estonia
Lithuania

Latvia
Finland
Which part of the UK does Newcastle Brown Ale come from?
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London
Manchester

Glasgow
It's... Newcastle right?
Where was the orange drink Fanta created?
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USA
Canada

Germany
Italy
Where did we first get lemonade?
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Ireland
Turkey

Spain
Egypt
Let's get a bit local now. In which province of Ireland was Bushmills first made?
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Leinster
Connacht

Ulster
Munster
What about the beer Fosters?
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England
USA

Canada
Australia... surely?
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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You scored out of !
Top Dog
Full marks, well done
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You scored out of !
Clever cat
Almost purrfect
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You scored out of !
Fintastic
A decent job
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You scored out of !
What are ewe doing?
Baaaaaaad
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You scored out of !
Turtely awful
A shell of a bad effort
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