Drink Like A Local in Tallinn

A huge thank you to Eddy and Francesca of Two Backpacks-One Adventure for sharing my experience of drinking like a local in Tallinn, Estonia.

Here’s a sneak peek:

Glass of Vana Tallinn sitting on a map of Tallinn, Estonia [PetiteAdventures.org]

If it wasn’t for the KGB, I never would have sampled Vana Tallinn, the signature drink of the Estonian capital.

My boyfriend and I arrived in Estonia from Finland on a cold, snowy, dark January day. Our first stop after dropping our bags off at the hotel was the KGB Museum to squeeze in the final English language tour of the day. After touring the museum and learning all about the KGB and their phone-tapping ways, our guide informed us that our ticket could also be used downstairs in the bar to save a few Euros off a glass of Vana Tallinn – a knock your socks off, deliciously dangerous liqueur that is really only popular in Estonia.

I’d never heard of this liqueur before and was immediately intrigued, that is until I saw how little the ticket would actually save us. Disappointed in the marginal savings, we decided to forgo a sample and I tried to put it out of my mind.

Read the rest of the post at http://twobackpacksoneadv.com/2016/05/21/drink-like-a-local-in-tallinn-estonia/, and be sure to check out Eddy and Francesca’s Adventures at Two Backpacks-One Adventure.

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