The report also ranks Grenada fifth and the Bahamas 22nd.
St. Lucia’s yearly pure-alcohol consumption is 11.6 litres per capita, Grenada is 12.4 litres and the Bahamas at 10.34 litres per capita, yearly.
Researchers looked at all the different drinks people consume solely in terms of their alcohol content, which eliminates differences between wine, beer and spirits.
St. Lucia’s consumption works out to between about two to three drinks per person every single day.
A similar report released in May this year placed St. Lucia as the country with the second highest alcohol consumption in the Americas or 10.4 litres per-capita yearly consumption.
In that report it was noted that the Americas has the second highest per-capita alcohol consumption.
St. Lucia was among other countries that ranked high in the report such as: Grenada (12.5 litres), Canada (10.2 litres), Chile (9.6 litres), Argentina (9.3 litres) and the United States (9.2 litres).
Jamaica, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras and Cuba recorded the lowest per-capita consumption in the Americas.