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Sake and stouts.

Sake gives a clear and distinctive warm buzz and I never get hangovers from sake alone. I like my sake light, floral, and dry. It must be chilled. Although I'm beginning to appreciate more rounded sakes with full-bodied flavor profiles, I still prefer dry, chilled sake. I dislike ones that are too sweet and will stop drinking them and use them to cook. It's weird how people don't drink sake. The ABV is nice at around 16% and you can easily adjust how quickly you get turnt by speeding up or slowing down. And people don't understand you're supposed to sip it, not take shots.

Stouts are great. I like beer that tastes like black coffee. So rich and flavorful. I don't like IPAs or cheap canned beer. I won't even take a sip of those now. Stouts and porters are my go-to beers.

Japanese whiskey is good sometimes, as is a well-made gin martini.

Some great sake: Yaegaki Mu, Rihaku Wandering Poet, Mizbasho, Hakkaisan, Wakatake Onikoroshi, Kubota Manjyu, Jyuyondai, Hakushika, Kikumasamune (actually went to the brewery in Japan), Hakutsuru junmai ginko or daigingjo (great value, don't go any lower than those), Mugetsu

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love nectar.
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Really nice Japanese or Scotch whiskey.

Dark ale.
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Alcoholic wise would be cider, whiskey or ale - though I do not drink as much as I use to in my first year at university!

Dr Pepper is defiently my fave out of the soft drinks, though I do feel like I need to cut down on the pop a tad...
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Cider in its many forms.
Yum.
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151 is my favorite. I have that everyday usually. Pretty much rum in general though.
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tanquerey gin and tonic, extra limes
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kamaitachi5587 wrote:


Humms wrote:

Straight silver patron, soo good! I can drink a bottle to myself but for 80$ a bottle XD only if it's going to be a good night.

A nice dry martini if I'm looking to get smashed

Glenlivet aged 18 years on the rocks, but only if I get a couple people to chip in, I think it's like 300$ a bottle for a 26 Oz, but wow it is absolutely amazing, evaporates instantly in your mouth, soo smooth.

And a nice cold Grimbergen dubbel, one of the finest beers I have ever tasted by far. I have to sip on it just so I can savor every drop


Where on earth do you pay 300 for an 18 year Glenlivet? That can be had for 85 a bottle easy. I usually pay about 150ish for the 21 year.



Canada eh

You are so lucky dammit. I would have to go to duty free if I wanted that price. but no way is it 90$ here

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I'm so sorry for you, you're right though Glenlivet is a really good stuff. It's crazy that taxes add that much to the price. If you really wan't to spoil yourself try a Hibiki or Yamazaki. Both are very good as well. My go to scotch is Lagavulin or Laphroaig they are Islay malts that are very peaty. I tend to favor the Islay though the Speysides are also excellent. Oban is an excellent highland, its like walking along a beach, the salt notes.....I'm rambling let's just say I like most Scotches..
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I'm so sorry for you, you're right though Glenlivet is a really good stuff. It's crazy that taxes add that much to the price. If you really wan't to spoil yourself try a Hibiki or Yamazaki. Both are very good as well. My go to scotch is Lagavulin or Laphroaig they are Islay malts that are very peaty. I tend to favor the Islay though the Speysides are also excellent. Oban is an excellent highland, its like walking along a beach, the salt notes.....I'm rambling let's just say I like most Scotches..


I do love my scotch, it's nice to hear other suggestions if I want to buy something I want to really savor the taste and flavor. I don't think it's rambling, I man of great taste knows how to talk about his choice of drink, and not simply say that it was good. Me and my friend always do it when we are trying new drinks, It adds to the purchase, and allows us to have an open mind about such things.

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Mojito, Manhattan, and Russian mules are my favorite mixed.
I like bourbon and vodka for shots.
I don't like beer, but when I do, it's a Guinness.

I say all this, but I average less than 10 drinks per year.

Edit: I don't drink because I like the flavor, like some do. *shiver* I think alcohol tastes horrible; but it does make it easier to talk to people you have nothing in common with, sometimes.
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ENERGY DRINKS!
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Most drank: vodka shots.
When I mix: screw drivers.
What I love: a well made, legit, bloody mary/bloody maria. I hate when bars use premade mix. Well made with extra tabasco. My fav....now I really want one.
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about the only thing i ever buy is everclear 190.
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