What's the most supreme gentleman alcoholic drink? The kind that guys who unironically wear fedoras and listen to classical music love to drink.
Neat scotch at a party/social gathering, swilling it round and talking about how its aged and how ice ruins it. Scotch is great, ice does make it shit, but being le ebin gentleman and "showing off" with it when you should just be getting drunk for fun is 10/10 autism. A non sperg would realise this, realise it doesn't impress anyone and have a beer.
I'm a classical pianist and as such a supreme gentleman, and I typically don't drink alcohol. There is nothing more holier-than-thou drink than "No thanks, I don't drink."
Now, on the other hand, if you were to offer me a tab of psychedelics...
Fedora autists always like to seem classy, so it would probably be some fine aged scotch which they didn't actually enjoy but drank anyway just to feel better about their "taste". Then naturally they would brag about it
I have a theory that men enjoying alcohol is actually a huge conspiracy. None of us actually like it as much as drinking say a coke or dr pepper.
i do it too even though it's stupid
>nothin like an ice cold beer on a hot day
>secretly thinking that beer tastes like piss
>wants ice cold water instead
It's water. A true fedora doesn't need to dumb himself down and kill brain cells with drugs to have a good time.
I can maybe see scotch since it's for old men, but bourbon has always been redneck as fuck. I'd figure bourbourbon to be the least fedora. Picture your average wild turkey drinker. I drink it and old crow, because that's what my father and grandfather drank.
You know how rednecks like to keep it in the family and all. Mellow Corn is fucking awesome when you want something that mixes like vodka but doesn't suck. It's like makers Mark, still technically a whiskey but very different from a true bourbon like fighting cock or old granddad's. The fact it's $8/bottle only makes it better. Nothing else at that price point compares. Even benchmark 8 is two or three dollars more. Evan Williams 1783 is surprisingly good for its price though. I just don't like the name Evan Williams. It feels gay to be drinking after another man like that. Even knob Creek is less gay than drinking jack or jim.
What is the most robot drink?
I always thought it was cheap whiskey. It's what I've been seeing most robots drink, and it's good for drinking alone. I get some pretty good Canadian whiskey for ten bucks. I just drink it straight from the bottle.
Martinis are fucking hilarious because they really help you distinguish the actual classy people from the wannabe executive power-players.
>he orders his martini with vodka instead of gin
>he thinks "shaken, not stirred" is a good thing because he heard James Bond say it
>he dumps vermouth in it to drown the vodka
All of these are signs of a poseur.
>the drink I order makes girls think I'm special
I think you mean it makes you think you're special.
I tip my fedora to you, sir. You are a true gentleman and a scholar.
It pisses me off when people turn their nose up at ice in whisky, the ice gradually melts and dilutes the drink which brings subtle flavors forward so you can take your time to have different tastes so it doesn't get stale halfway through
My usual drink is a glass full of ice cubes and whiskey poured over top. It's good, fight me even though it isn't really scotch.
I unironically love sake. I've gotten a set as a gift and use it pretty frequently.
There is NOTHING wrong with an actually good bourbon and one piece of ice. In any setting.
I'll cast my vote for red wine. Mr. Rodgers has a couple pictures of him drinking it and seeing as how that's where the term was coined...
1. Redbull and vodka - this is not debatable
2. Whiskey by itself - this only looks cool if you're a chad.
3. Martinis make the list, but again if you're a chad the rules don't apply here.
Hard to imagine you neckbeards at a party. I had to reach way back into all kinds of situations where I saw a weaboo or furfag drinking.
Whiskey has so many flavor profiles and styles that I refuse to believe anyone hates it totally.
I'm American so I was first exposed to nasty, nasty bourbon, when really peated Islay single malts are where it's at.
Just from the name sounding ever so slightly fancy you can tell some retard will drink it in order to look sophisticated.
in almost all occasions it would have to be cognac. It's 10x worse sounding ordering a cognac neat over bourbon/whiskey/scotch.
The only way i could see it being all right is if you're some 30+ dude at a nice cigar bar, or in the comforts of your own home.
among normal beers it would have to be a stella. taste like heineken, more expensive but 20 year old dudes get it because of the wrapper covering the top.
cheap whiskey is definitely the most robot drink
>tfw I'm a fedoralord according to /r9k/
>tfw haven't even been drinking because I'm dieting too diligently
Actually I found I really like Moscow Mules. Love ginger ale and ginger beer and citrus-y beverages.
White Russians. I considered making it my 'thing' after I saw The Big Lebowski, luckily I came to my senses and was under age at the time.
Honestly though I don't like any mixers, they either seem like they're for trailer trash or for self important rich people depending on what it is.
it isn't. partially acquired taste. i really love the taste of some beers now. i like cider a lot too. i mostly enjoy stouts. i had a good christmas ale too. cheap beer sucks ass and there is no reason at all to buy it. liquor is cheaper if you want to get drunk. speaking of liquor, some whiskies can have interesting tastes you pick up, and the burn feels really damn nice. i love the burn and how it lingers on the breath. it feels amazing. i actually feel disgusted when drinking soda because of how sugary it is. like, i feel my arteries clogging or some shit. it is probably psychological but still.
Spiced rum. Captain Morgan and Kraken are good neat or mixed with coke.
I work for an almond milk company, during the holidays we were making an eggless almond nog, which had dates and pumpkin spice in it. sadly, we won't be making more till November, and have no plans to make any sort of substitute flavor
sometimes I add chai spices to the coffee though, which helps