Here is our guide to international toasting to help ensure that you know how to sink a drink.
The clinking of glasses is a universal sign of socialising and a ritual that's recognised around the world. Raising a drink, and a toast, is a centuries-old-custom that's used to celebrate everything from friendship to business deals. Of course in many countries you could get away with a hearty cry of 'cheers', but in others you could just as easily offend your hosts by failing to observe the local customs.
So in case you ever find yourself sipping moonshine in Moscow or a shaojiu in Sichuan, here's our guide to international toasting to help ensure that you know how to sink a drink, no matter where in the world you might find yourself.