Coffee is a frequent drink in Laos. There is the pakxong coffee, which is drunk in glasses, with condensate milk and combined with green tea. Tea is drunk especially to help the digestion of greasy foods and soups are served at the end of meals, to fill in the empty space in the stomach. Among the alcoholic beverages, there is a wide range of such drinks made of rice, like the lao hai and the lao lao, which are served in jars and drunk commonly. Lao lao means lao alcohol and it is similar to whiskey, like a white whiskey.This category currently contains no pages or media.