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Old 02-05-2009, 06:24 PM   #11
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Alcoholic drinks are an acquired taste. I've never acquired a taste for any of them. If I do have a drink, I have a whiskey sour. Otherwise Coca-Cola please......

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well since i'm only 19 i won't mention the alcoholic beverages...

but i like a can of cold MILKIS
its a carbonated Korean drink with soy milk in it and it tastes like sweet nectar

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Old 02-05-2009, 07:45 PM   #13
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Scotch when I choose to drink alcohol, but my drink of choice is iced tea. Peach flavor, if I can get it.

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I like the PHD pepper but I've been known to sip some whiskey once in a blue moon.

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Alcoholic Beverages - 7&7, Screwdriver or Corona W/Lime Wedge

Non Alcoholic - Southern Sweet Tea, Pepsi or Coke

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Don't fruit the beer!!!

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Seriously, one of the best ales in the world. If you have a chance you should try it.
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In here we can't find the Glenfiddich brand, but I tasted the Glenfiddich 18 y.o. in Aruba and is exelent, soft & sweet... It was the first time that I drink single malt, because always I drink blended scotch... try the Chivas 18 y.o or Johnnie Walker Gold Label they are smooth too, but they are blended so the flavors are more complex... even the JW Gold Label needs to be freezed before to release better all their flavors...
Blended whisky just has too much going on, and the flavor can be very homogeneous. I like the smoky, oaky goodness of a single malt. When I was a blended scotch drinker (and I still don't turn it down) I lived for the Chivas Regal. Probably the best of the blends.

Don't fall for the Johnnie Walker hype. I hate those guys who think blue label Johnnie is awesome just because they charge 200 bucks a bottle for it. It's only 24 years old and it's the same stuff as in the black label bottle. Apparently an extra 6 years in the barrel is worth an extra 160 bucks a liter...

Remember, good whisky will be smooth and tasty at any age (Although older=smoother), and price does not equal quality! My favorite thing to do with whisky snobs is fill 6 glasses with six different scotches, and watch them pick a Balvenie double wood (30 bucks a liter) over Johnnie Walker blue (200 bucks a liter) every time.
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When the beer is cheap Mexican urine like Corona, ya' gotta put something like a lime in it to make it palatable. IMHO Corona is the WORST beer from across the border. Modelo Negro. Not half bad.
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Blended whisky just has too much going on, and the flavor can be very homogeneous. I like the smoky, oaky goodness of a single malt. When I was a blended scotch drinker (and I still don't turn it down) I lived for the Chivas Regal. Probably the best of the blends.

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Remember, good whisky will be smooth and tasty at any age (Although older=smoother), and price does not equal quality! My favorite thing to do with whisky snobs is fill 6 glasses with six different scotches, and watch them pick a Balvenie double wood (30 bucks a liter) over Johnnie Walker blue (200 bucks a liter) every time.
If you want to pour me 6 glasses of scotch, I'll be down to CT sometime!
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