Wine: preferably Chardonnay, but all kinds, an occasional dark beer--preferably Guinness, Tanqueray & tonics, and Smith & Kerns for an after dinner drink.
Your words are mine.
I have the same preferencies. But in Burgundies, I go for the reds too.
I used to drink rhum in cocktails and whisky and loads of beer but I was told I had met my quota for the century.
Wine is the most healthy beverage.
Especially in these days of H1N1 psychosis where the use of hydro-alcoholic solutions is highly recommended.
jack daniells and a very small amount of coke, humm, want 1 now!!!
Apple sours also good and taboo
Baily's on the rocks, Baily's in my coffee, Baily's straight out of the bottle
gin & tonic and mudslides in the summer
I wish I could drink like the olden days - just can't do it anymore!
I'll join you plus white and/or red wine vodka and wine coolers ...geezz...we soundin like bunch of alcoholics makin a menu for a partay lol
I can't handle Bailey's anymore, I'm borderline lactose intolerant. It's not fair I tell you...it's not fair!
i forgot to add:
grand marnier with a bit of lime juice. yes, it seems a bit foolish to corrupt a fine tequila, but if you're gonna drink margaritas, it's the only way to go.
there's always don julio 1942 for sipping.
greetings to you too, lita!!
Jack Daniels straight or with Coke. Maker's Mark if I am in a sipping mood.
Johnnie Walker Blue with soda and a twist in the winter, and Bombay Sapphire or Tanqueray 10 and tonic with lime in the summer. Absotively!
Vanilla ice cream.
(Blended with one shot of Kahlua and a half shot of rum.)
Dry German wine, preferably Mosel (yes silly me I like Mosel better than Rhine). For an occasional treat, Eiswein or Beerenauslese. They are like my dessert.
I don't have a drink often due to my medications, but I love Bellinni's or a good bubbly, such as St,Jullien cherry champagne
The Panty Dropper, though I have no idea what one tastes like.
I'm a beer drinker through and through, I am partial to a good whisky, or a bad whisky with a mixer though.
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