>>25932617 why do you actually care? only an autistic pretentious person would judge drinks other people have. >muh scotch on the rocks >manly like daddy tought me >i actually like this >im a hard man if you were any sort of "manly" person you'd rather not give a rats ass about what you drink
I'm a gin and tonic guy when I'm picking the drink myself or making it myself. Honestly I don't care, most things taste good. I feel there's more in just being you than fitting a certain stereotype to be manly.
If you like straight whisky than drink straight whisky. If you like margaritas then drink margaritas.
>>25933506 it does have a dissgusting taste of alcohol though just no actual flavor. it's like drinking plain motor oil. in rums you can taste the alcohol a bit as well but at least it has a nice flavor
My usual drink is an old fashioned, it's easy and a little more palatable than drinking cheap bourbon straight. Spoonfull of sugar, a few shakes of bitters, a 1:1 mix of bourbon and water on top, drop in some ice and stir it up.
Double Jameson with three blocks of ice in a tumbler glass. Just be careful with this if go to fast you will become so drunk you will lose your balance and coordination. No one likes the stuttering loud drunk kid who usually was quiet and reserved.
>>25934578 This actually makes me curious, what cocktails/drinks in general are popular over there?
Rum and Coke is kind of the same way here in the US, as is Jack and Coke. My bro manchild coworkers pretty much always order them when we go to bars. Anything with Jager is kind of in the same category too.
The big trend in Los Angeles lately has been classic cocktails, especially whiskey and bourbon ones. I think a lot of it is because Downtown LA, which was a total shithole for the last 30 years or so, has recently been redeveloped and become full of wealthy young people, and tons of bars have been opening up in classic 1920s-30s buildings, so they serve drinks that fit the style of the bar.
>>25934661 Funny it's about the same in Paris with lots of places trying to get that "elite gentleman drinking club" vibe and serving cocktails. Lots of bobos in those of course but to be honest the drinks are fantastic and it's quite incredible to see the amount of work that goes in the preparation of a good cocktail.
So you've got your variations of Old Fashioned, Mojitos, and all the common stuff and more delicious things like in these places: www dot timeout dot fr/paris/bar/experimental-cocktail-club www dot cafejosephine dot fr/menu
Of course beer also feature prominently as a an everyday choice but the king of all drinks, IMHO, remains wine of which we have infinite variations here.
>>25934796 Ha cool, do that man, I'm sure you'll have many more worthwhile experiences as an adult, drinking here being one of them. I've been to the US for the first time last year visiting my girlfriend and look forward to go back this summer!
2bh if you actually care what people think of you when you order a drink, you should not be ordering that drink. Either you don't have the necessary moxie to order it, or you're gonna take one sip of it and throw up immediately. Or both. Ever have a long island iced tea? It's like four shots of booze. Or a cosmo? It's more sour than any candy you've ever had in your life.
Drink whatever you want, if you actually give a shit what others think of your drink, you are a shitter and a noob and should get one of your more experienced friends lmao robutts having friends to introduce you to typical booze-a-hols.
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