Ice cold. Do not like warm or room temperature beer at all.
beer has to be ice cold. While in Mexico I discovered "Chilattas" (don't know if I spelled that right), but it's Corona with lime juice, poured into an ice filled glass rimmed with salt. freezing cold and so refreshing -)
by breathe2travel 5 years ago
Do you prefer your cheese cold or room temperature when eating as a finger food?
by Marissa 7 years ago
Which is better to drink: room temperature or ice cold water?Does it matter?
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
What is "room temperature," in degrees Farenheit? I am referring to cooking ingredients,and red wine? It seems to me that everyone has a different comfort level, and that "room temperature" will be different in everyone's home.
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Do you prefer cold pizza or hot pizza?Recently I ate some pizza I nuked in the microwave, and just now some cold pizza. It was good both ways! Which do you prefer?
by jaydawg808 6 years ago
Do you prefer HOT or COLD weather?I prefer COLD. At least you can bundle up to stay warm. But you can't do a lot when it's HOT other than going into a swimming pool or staying in A/C.
by Bel Marshall 8 years ago
Coffee (in any form) tea or hot cocoa on a cold day. Which do you prefer?If you don't mind...feeding my insane curiousity state if you are in the US or elsewhere...just curious about the trends on this.
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