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    Long Island Ice Tea, Irish Car Bomb, and zombies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash_Monster
    Long Island Ice Tea, Irish Car Bomb, and zombies.
    Apparantly americans drink the most ice tea in the world!

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    Usually not much tea in Long Island Ice Tea.

    1 part Vodka
    1 part Tequila
    1 part Rum
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    What exactly is long island ice tea exactly?

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    An Alcoholic beverage. I posted the recipe above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hierophant
    An Alcoholic beverage. I posted the recipe above.
    Ahhh....Sorry, I was being ignorant then!

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    Jack Daniels is quite good. I just bought a Texas Mickey of it for me and my mates. 3L of JD. mmmmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike
    3L of JD. mmmmmmm.

    ...a reasonable aperitif
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    piņa coladas are my favorite, followed closely by Orange Dream (I think thats what it's called)... It's like orange sherbert and vodka.. mmmm.

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    Bier - MB pils. Never heard, huh?

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    Bombay Saphire Gin = yummy. Guiness and Killians for beer, Australian Merlot for wine. I've never had a long island ice tea...but just reading the ingredient list gives me a belly ache.

    Tequila makes me feel warm and fuzzy, but tastes horrible.

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    I'm not fussy put a pint in front of me and it'll go pretty soon I do like a Stella tho

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    Drink of choice (for nights out at the bar or anywhere really): Captain Coke's (Captain Morgan + Coke)
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    Sippin' drink: Apfelkorn on the rocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni
    Bombay Saphire Gin = yummy. Guiness and Killians for beer, Australian Merlot for wine. I've never had a long island ice tea...but just reading the ingredient list gives me a belly ache.

    Tequila makes me feel warm and fuzzy, but tastes horrible.
    Its called an Ice Tea because that is what it tastes like when properly made. You don't taste the individual components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidReflex
    Sippin' drink: Apfelkorn on the rocks
    Oooh, I forgot about Apfelkorn, though I don't have ice with it and it doesn't get sipped either!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saz
    Oooh, I forgot about Apfelkorn, though I don't have ice with it and it doesn't get sipped either!
    Yeah, I was introduced to it about a year ago and now try to pick up a bottle whenever I see one (they are not available everywhere and hard to find sometimes). I usually have mine on ice just because it's much better cold. If it's properly stored in the freezer before drinking, then no ice required. Either way, it's good shtuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkie
    piņa coladas are my favorite, followed closely by Orange Dream (I think thats what it's called)... It's like orange sherbert and vodka.. mmmm.
    piņa coladas are not a serious drink as far as I'm concerned. You have to rule out some drinks on the grounds that they would look horrible when you vomit them
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidReflex
    Shot: Liquid Cocaine
    That's a great drink to start the night off with, but a horrible one to end it with

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    Guinness normally (well most stouts), but I like to try whatever local ales & bitters the pub has also. There's a great little pub in Preston called the New Britannia which frequently has 'beer festivals' - they set up an extra bar in one of the rooms and bring various guest ales from all over the place in, they really do get some fantastic beers.

    Also quite like a cheeky vimto now and again.

    I don't normally rely on alcohol for kicks, so I'm more into taste than percent volume when it comes to drinks
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    White Russian, Gin n Tonic, SoCo n Coke, Tom Collins, Amorreto Sour
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoo
    I don't normally rely on alcohol for kicks, so I'm more into taste than percent volume when it comes to drinks
    Since I am the only one that made a comment about the percentage of Alcohol content in beers, I can only guess that this is directed at myself.

    I partake of Beer for the taste as well. I would rather drink water as opposed to most commercial American beers because the taste is the same. The alcohol content not only changes the flavor of a beverage but it also shows the care taken in brewing it. Most American beers are brewed in less than a week with the cheapest grains and malts and in large 20,000 gallon vats. This doesn't show care and dedication. When you use premium ingredients including barleys and malts, you provide more sugar for the yeast which results in a longer brewing time and hence better flavor and ultimately more alcohol. With best hand brewed beers and ales, carbonization is not acheived through forced filtering but by adding a fine sugar such as corn sugar to the product just before bottling. This activates the latent yeast and produces two things, alcohol and carbon dioxide. It also mellows the flavors and allows them to mature into a better tasting beverage.

    These same principles are applied to wines to achieve the great tasting ports and late harvest products of the world. When the process is applied to distilled spirits it results in the fine brandy and fine cognacs of the world. All of which are considered the premium and gourmet accomplishments of the beverage world.
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    I tend to have three favorites:
    • Long Islands
    • Jaeger Bombs
    • Smirnoff Triple Black


    I tend to drink the triple black while my friends are drinking beer. I just haven't been able to acquire a liking for the taste of beer, but my gut can handle the sugar content of the smirnoffs...

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    I've heard (from somebody who runs a nightclub) that Long Island Ice Teas are the mark of novice drinkers. Greatest bang for buck maybe?

    Anybody tried that new AWOL (alcohol without liquid) stuff?


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