Southern Comfort - If you want it mixed, should you drink it with coke or lemona

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  1. kozmicbluej profile image60
    kozmicbluejposted 13 years ago

    Southern Comfort - If you want it mixed, should you drink it with coke or lemonade?

    I prefer coke, but always get asked "Don't you mean lemonade". And incidentally is it seen as male, female or unisex drink?! Cheers!

  2. tom_caton profile image71
    tom_catonposted 13 years ago

    I know people who drink it with coke, and others w/lemonade, usually red lemonade though (apparently red lemonade isn't popular outside of Ireland, who knows!).

    On it's own it's a unisex drink, but depending on what it's mixed with it can have stronger female connotations, such as if it's mixed with Spritzer, or West Coast Cooler (practically the same thing, I know). Being a whiskey based fruit and spice liqueur gives it appeal across genders I think.

  3. justom profile image58
    justomposted 13 years ago

    That was the drink Janis Joplin loved (straight up) but I don't know how anyone could drink it. For me anything that needs to be mixed must taste like crap to begin with!

  4. Mayaanjali profile image70
    Mayaanjaliposted 13 years ago

    I used to be sharper in mixing drinks but  isnt Southern comfort and orange juice = Kamikaze?
    Southern comfort and Grapefruit juice-Sloe Joe?

  5. Uninvited Writer profile image81
    Uninvited Writerposted 13 years ago

    The only thing I would mix it with would be cranberry juice. Thinking of coke and Southern Comfort makes me sick to my stomach smile  I prefer it straight up with ice. I have to say, I first tried it because Janis drank it. I'm female by the way.

    I love the sweet taste of it.

  6. Alibellydancer profile image60
    Alibellydancerposted 12 years ago

    lemonade, no question and tons of ice! smile  I think anyone can drink it, male or female.

  7. profile image0
    Angie497posted 11 years ago

    Personally, I don't think Southern Comfort and lemonade sounds very good, but the idea of mixing it with Coke sounds even worse. I don't usually drink Southern Comfort any more, but I'd probably mix is with good old club soda. It still tastes like Southern Comfort, but without being so sticky-sweet and syrupy. Like Uninvited Writer, I first started drinking it because of Janis - it seemed like such a rebellious sort of drink.

    The idea of 'male' or 'female' drinks to me is simply silly. Drinks don't have gender - it you like it, drink it and be done with it.


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