Hi, everyone! After a bit of a problem with the login, I was finally able to join the community!
I say I'm an exception because I come from Italy, more specifically from a town 50km to the south-east of Turin, Piedmont. And, pretty much like people in Spain, Greece and the Balkans, folks around here know but one non-alcoholic beverage: coffee! Admittedly, doses per person aren't insanely huge as they are in Serbia, but you'd be surprised by how many cups you can get in a day: coffee for breakfast, coffee mid-study, coffee after lunch, coffee mid-study (reprise), coffee after dinner and, sometimes, even at the pub! And the most common tea is basic Earl Grey in teabags.
Anyway, what else can I say? I study foreign languages (mainly Russian and English) at the University of Turin, I have a passion for arts, history and military history from all over the world and will always be grateful to whoever founded this forum! So much knowledge out there and so little spare time...
See you around!
P.s.: the name is Mongolian for "milky tea" and refers to the salty tea popular among both nomads and sedentists in the country.