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Old 06-20-2003, 10:46 PM   #46
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I know there have already been drink recommendations, but let's go for just drink recommendations now (remember...lightweight drinks here folks!), what's in the drink and what they taste like. (Can you tell this is new to me? lol)
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WINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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White Russians taste like chocolate milk for grownups.

Baileys and other Irish creme drinks are good as well....sweet, kinda chocolatey/carmelly....
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Lager & Lime!!!
Preferrably a Harps w/ a half shot of Rose's lime juice--
Yummy
As for wine, I prefer a nice Shiraz.
After the screwdriver/blueberry waffle incident, I don't do any hard liquor, except for margaritas (and really, it's all about the salt with those anyway!)
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My Experiences with this nasty drink include being found completely naked in a bathroom for no apparent reason.

Hugging the soon to be Groom on the floor crying together telling each other we love each other, and about how he should not get married. It was called off 48 hours later.

My third experience was too embarrasing to talk about.


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but let's go for just drink recommendations now (remember...lightweight drinks here folks!)
start with this drink...midori sour.
watermelon liquor.
it's delicious, and it's green.
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WINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AMEN!

Getting a taste for wine is a great way to ease into alcoholic drinks. You don't drink wine to get drunk - it's a sipping/drinking along with a meal drink, and once you get a taste for it you can explore - there are some amazing wines out there for surprisingly reasonable prices. I'm completely spoiled on good wines since I live so close to some top notch wineries in the bay area.

As for the stories about tequila - I will only say that the ONLY time I got a hangover from tequila is when I had the cheap stuff - Jose Cuervo - STAY AWAY! (although.... I may have had to make a brief pit stop with the toilet bowl that night, but other events made that one of the best nights of my life, actually...) Try a nice silver or gold patron or reposado and I'm sure you'll find it very enjoyable. Good tequila should have almost no bite at all. In fact, tequila was originally intended as a sipping drink much like cognac or brandy. I much prefer the taste of good tequila over good vodka.
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You don't drink wine to get drunk
You don't?
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Well....ideally. It takes too long for me.
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