What's your favorite alcoholic beverage? Least favorite?

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03 Apr 2013, 1:36 pm

When I was able to drink, it was Coors Light and daiquiris.



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03 Apr 2013, 2:00 pm

I was surprised I had an immediate answer, I can be pretty indecisive about favorites.

Most favorite: Newcastle Brown Ale. Dunno why, it is simple and good and has the kind of flavor I like. My favorite widely-available beer.
Most despised: Jägermeister. I think I'd react less to licking an oil slick. Black licorice in general is not a good taste for me; I like the original seeds though.



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03 Apr 2013, 2:32 pm

I also don't drink anymore, but I wasn't fussy when I did. I particularly liked gin and tonics.

One thing I didn't like - red wine. I just don't get it



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03 Apr 2013, 3:07 pm

I only drank beer & I almost never drink sense I was 20. I think my fave is/was Heineken


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03 Apr 2013, 3:39 pm

Xayah wrote:
I also don't drink anymore, but I wasn't fussy when I did. I particularly liked gin and tonics.

One thing I didn't like - red wine. I just don't get it


Oh yeah right, Gin&Tonic is amazing (but only in summer!)! Red wine indeed quite sucks, mainly because it is always warm, and I absolutely hate drinking lukewarm beverages.... Tequila is kinda odd, though I don't exactly hate it, it is drinkable, but not really good.



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03 Apr 2013, 7:52 pm

The only Sake I've tried was at this sushi place, so I guess I haven't had enough samples of it? I remember the Sake I tried was cold and tasteless (except being very strong and bitter).


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04 Apr 2013, 12:54 am

Nonalcoholic beer


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04 Apr 2013, 1:21 am

CrazyRatLady wrote:
Oh yeah right, Gin&Tonic is amazing (but only in summer!)! Red wine indeed quite sucks, mainly because it is always warm, and I absolutely hate drinking lukewarm beverages.... Tequila is kinda odd, though I don't exactly hate it, it is drinkable, but not really good.


Not to be critical or anything, really seriously asking since I know it is a very liberal country - is it legal for a 16-year-old to drink alcohol in the Netherlands?

I actually drink red wine chilled. I know it's not meant to be, but I once had a red wine whose bottle actually said "serve chilled" and it was very good that way. Since then, I usually have any red wine chilled. Red wine (or any wine) goes well with brie cheese and salami (at least for me).



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04 Apr 2013, 3:00 am

jk1 wrote:
CrazyRatLady wrote:
Oh yeah right, Gin&Tonic is amazing (but only in summer!)! Red wine indeed quite sucks, mainly because it is always warm, and I absolutely hate drinking lukewarm beverages.... Tequila is kinda odd, though I don't exactly hate it, it is drinkable, but not really good.


Not to be critical or anything, really seriously asking since I know it is a very liberal country - is it legal for a 16-year-old to drink alcohol in the Netherlands?

I actually drink red wine chilled. I know it's not meant to be, but I once had a red wine whose bottle actually said "serve chilled" and it was very good that way. Since then, I usually have any red wine chilled. Red wine (or any wine) goes well with brie cheese and salami (at least for me).


In most european countries light stuff as wine, beer, apple-"wine" and so on is legal for 16 year olds.



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04 Apr 2013, 7:04 am

Strawberry Daiquiri



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05 Apr 2013, 2:18 pm

Most: Northwestern beers, particularly Manny's. Failing that, JD and coke, or pear cider.

Least: Malibu. There was an Unfortunate Incident once which necessitated the expensive cleaning of a relative's carpet. :oops:


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