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Brits reveal which alcoholic drinks are ‘most overrated’

British consumers have revealed which alcoholic drinks they consider to be the “most overrated” of all, according to a new survey.

The results outlined in the survey, conducted by TopRatedCasinos, showed that Champagne had been declared the most overrated drink by Brits.

Despite being the most expensive, and arguably luxurious, drink of those included in the survey, more than half (51%) described Champagne as overrated. This opinion, the findings showed, increased with age, illustrating that Brits over the age of 55 (60%) are more likely to consider Champagne as overrated than those between the ages of 25 and 34 (44%).

Champagne isn’t the only wine variety that Brits had something to say about with almost a third (29%) of Brits calling rosé overrated.

Brits have also labelled Espresso Martinis and Aperol Spritz as the”most overrated cocktails,” according to the survey results with 40% agreeing both were overrated.

Additionally, one of the most shocking stats of all, given its popularity in pubs up and down the country, is that 12.5 million Brits believe beer to be overrated. With that being said, the survey findings outlined that beer still “unsurprisingly falls quite low in the overall ranking of overrated drinks”

The 10 highest-rated beers in America were recently identified in a new list that outlined which US beers are most admired. Additionally, a list disclosing the most underrated beers according to US brewers and drinks experts also showcased the true gems within the sector.

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