(Original post by ArtGoblin)
Rum. Why people continue to drink vodka when rum exists I do not know. I switched after drinking far too much cheap vodka in my first year of university and I can't drink any vodka anymore.
- It's mad isn't it! Can't beat a captain morgan with club orange, ice and line! Super splits all the way!
(Original post by robo donkey)
Ale and whiskeys in the winter (more partial to bourbons and JD mind than single malts from Europe). Ale-wise I'm not *too* fussy, though I've got a taste recently for a rather brilliant pumpkin ale that I've bought a load of bottles of.
Summer I prefer lighter beers like Bud (yeah I like it, that's all that matters) or gin and tonic (Hendricks or Gordons do it for me). Recently though I've been trying more cocktails, most of which were pretty nice, such as White Russians and Orange Whips, both are awesome and are associated with awesome films.
So I put it to you... orange whip?
So glad I'm not the only one who thinks this!
My mates take the piss because I don't drink often but when I do, it's normally Kopparberg, alcopops, or Budweiser. At the end of the day, I'm not going to buy alcohol that I don't like!
(Original post by Alexandra's Box)
As lots of people were going on about feminine and masculine drinks...
Would you find it weird if a girl was having a beer?
Not at all. In the US, where they tend to see beer as an high quality artisan drink to be savoured like a nice wine, rather than a cheap pint of catspiss to be thrown down your throat as quickly as possible as is too often the way over here, its extremely common for girls to drink beer and be as knowledgeable about the different styles as guys.