(to the rating of the best drinks of the world)
Our current society lives in ratings. Everywhere and almost for any reason, lists of popularity are being compiled, all sorts of "hot" and not very Tor-10, 20 or even 100 different goods, events, monuments or persons are formed. Such lists form consumers' preferences and demands, reflect thoughts and sales volumes, amounts of income or losses, are based on random surveys and research results. They form the social setting and status of those who consume the goods and services in the first lines of such ratings. And everyone who was tangent to such lists felt, in addition to the feeling of bitter interest and anxiety, and the desire to compare, to try them to themselves, to get confirmation of the correctness of his choice and to make sure at least some involvement in such ratings, preferably to their upper, " top "parts.