Drink: Fidel Castro (like a Cuba Libre but with ginger ale instead of coke). Havana club (blanco), ginger ale, ice, crushed lime and cane sugar. Some people add some herb leaf or something, but I think that's bloody disgusting.
Soda: Dr. Pepper
What I drink most: water, either from a large glass, sometimes with ice, or a sports bottle.
Beer: Newcastle Brown Ale
Wine: Chàteau de Seguin (Bordeaux)
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1) Beer + Cola -- this actually works! They drink this in the Dominican Republic. 50% El Presidente and 50% Coca Cola. Makes the beer palatble if you don't like beer, which I generally don't.
2) Root beer + liquor -- "
3) Champagne + fruit juice -- "
4) Sake + fruit juice -- "
5) Dark and Stormy! -- Gin + Ginger Ale
6) I prefer white wine to red wine, especially Riesling (aka "candy wine") but I'll drink red wine with pasta. Because they go so well together.
7) In Spain I did as the Romans did and drank lunch with goblets of beer. I dunno if it was the beer or the fancy goblets it was served in, but that was an awesome combo!
8) Otherwise I like fruity, girly beers like Blue Moon. But if I'm in a pub I will order Smithwicks like I know what I'm talking about, just because I can. :P
9) I can drink straight vodka like a fish. It's actually alarming. I don't know why I can drink so much of this and be okay.
10) I like straight whiskey better than vodka and gin is good too. I'm kinda a rummy. When I drink liquor, I just want to get lit up, tbh. And I'm such a lightweight it happens quite quickly. I'm quite glad that I'm such a cheap date for myself.
11) I get real excited when there are proper cocktails on the menu - unfortunately I can usually only take 2 before I'm done for the night and I'm also kinda cheap so spending more for 2 drinks than I would for a nice meal doesn't sit well with me.
Oh yeah, at the club my MO is usually 1 strong Long Island Iced Tea followed by 1 light beer and 1 bottled water.
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