12 tell-tale signs you learned to drink in Finland

Finns are world-renowned for their fondness for drink. The Finnish people also have a very distinctive way of getting hammered, which often involves copious amounts of alcohol drunk very quickly. Consequently, learning to drink like a Finn can be a challenging venture (which is helped by a liver with supernatural healing powers). Apparently, being able to down 62 beers and 10 shots of kossu makes it all worthwhile, though.

So, to help you on your way to a Viking level liquor holding skills (or just to marvel at the drinking customs of the Finns, your choice), we have compiled this list of the key elements of Finnish drinking culture.













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  1. Pammy
    Pammy says:

    I laughed at the name of alcohol stores because in Australia Alko / alco is a slang word for alcoholic . we call them Bottle shops here. LOVE FINLAND and its people.

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