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South Africa is a country very well known for the production of good quality white and red wines. Especially in the southern parts of the country, in the Cape region, where climactic conditions simulate those of the old wine countries, is a great environment for the vineyards to produce the best grape crop. Among the staples of the South African wines, there are the Muscadel, Burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon wines.

Another specific South African drink, consumed in bars and restaurants, is the Van Der Hum, tangerine based liquor. Also, herbal tea and coffee are often consumed during breakfast, coffee plantations resembling the Brazilian good quality ones. Drinks served during a typical South African meal will include the native beer, called mechow, made form fermented corn-based brew. Also, ginger beer is commonly served in local dinners and pubs. Fruit punches and cocktails are easily prepared on the spot, as well as fresh squeezed orange juice.

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