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Vodka or Whiskey

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  • 12
    Vodka if you wanna get wasted - whiskey if you wanna get wasted with style.
  • 4
    Why choose?
  • 4
    Whiskey. Vodka is just water + alcohol.
  • 3
    Watered down dysinfectant (do not try at home)
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  • 2
    Both are good.

    A lot depending on personal preferences...

    I frigging fucking hate bourbon or spiced things.

    Irish whiskey like redbreast...
    Or vodka like Zubrowka...

    Nyomnyomnyom
  • 4
    Personally I go for vodka most of the time. A few drinks and I'm feeling hella good. A few more and I'm happy as fuck. Few more and you wake up on a flight of stairs in the fetal position tryna piece together what happened
  • 4
    Vodka, but im part slav so
  • 8
    Rum...
  • 0
    @M1sf3t have you tried blue chair bay?
  • 2
    @Stuxnet nah i don't think i've even heard of it. what kind of rum is it?
  • 2
    oh nvm that's kenny chesney's brand, i forgot that he did that. Is it good?
  • 1
    @M1sf3t it's pretty good yea. Mixes with pineapple juice amazingly or can be drank straight for the most part.

    My biggest complaint is it's only 40 proof.

    Pretty sure I saw something about Luke Bryan has a beer now. And I think someone else. Maybe Florida Georgia Line? Idk but they all probably taste like shit so I'll pass.
  • 3
    @Stuxnet ooof I open Instagram after I close dR and the first ad I get is for Like Bryan's beer. Solid
  • 3
    @Stuxnet Reminds me of the time when one of my classmates left our vodka session only to be woken up by a guard for sleeping in front of a grocery store.
  • 2
    @rutee07 It was a great night of playing cards against humanity and watching basketball.

    Towards the end of the game I got pissed off and chucked my cards at my friend bc I couldn't read them anymore and it was making me mad.

    I could use a night like that again soon
  • 2
    yea, I can't imagine Bryan's beer tastes like watered down bud light.

    I think chesney was just shooting for a bar line, probably why it isnt very strong. That last club I helped with had went with a kinda caribbean theme and stocked their lounge well with it. The house drinks they were mixing up with it didn't taste all that bad but its not like you could really tell it was in there. I never got around to actually ordering it, they only charged me wholesale so I usually sipped on plantation when I went in there.
  • 2
    Whiskey, bourbon to be precise
  • 2
    Whiskey or rum if I feel festive,
    Vodka if I'd rather not feel.
  • 0
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    @M1sf3t You're a madman you know that? Must have an iron stomach and sea legs like an octopus to stand drinking rum.
  • 1
    @Lor-inc pretty much my only reason for drinking vodka.
  • 3
    @Wisecrack what can I say, a pirate's life is for me 🏴‍☠️
  • 2
    @M1sf3t I have to agree with you on that choice. You can drink it, cook with it, bathe in it, etc!
  • 4
    Hot wine

    edit: even better: kvass. Home-made
  • 1
    @netikras found the psychopath
  • 2
    @netikras I had never heard of kvass but after googling it I can confidently say the consistency of it would 1000% make me puke. Looks like beer fucked liquid medicine and had a deformed ass baby.
  • 2
    @Stuxnet taste it first :) It's sweet. Not bitter, like beer. Though it still has beer-like (if made with malt) and bread-like scent.

    It's not an alco beverage (officially) and it's not meant to make you drunk or dizzy. It's just a very nice beverage, especially in hot summer days!

    But if you think you don't like kvass then I don't think you'll like a glass of cold fermented birch sap with some mold in it :D Though it tastes amazing. Like soda water, but with a speciffic sour-ish taste. Yummy! I've still got ~5 liters of it in my porch :)

    Seriously, people these days are so attracted to commercialised goods that they don't believe anything else (home-made, nature-made) could be good as well :)
  • 2
    @netikras When I first read your description, it reminded me of l'"hydromel" (Mead), but it's actually different.
    I need to get some to try
  • 0
    Beer. Special beer preferred.
  • 0
    @Jilano it's different, although some people make kvass with honey [for me it doesn't taste as good].

    We have kvass in stores and caffees. Some restaurants here make quite a good in-house kvass as well! Stores usually offer kvass-tasting water with sweeteners and stuff like that -- all artificial and not tasting as good.

    If your stores don't have any to offer you can always make some :) for basic kvass all you need is water, black bread, sugar and live yeast. Some raisins are adviced. And some warmth ofc for several hours.

    When it's ready - carefully pour the liquid into bottles [resistent to pressure as fermentation will keep going for a few more hours; glass beer bottles with reusable cork work well] with 5 raisins per bottle and put them in a fridge for a few days. If bottles don't explode you'll have yourself a nice batch of home-brewn kvass :)

    though I hear getting a loaf of black bread is a challenge in some countries...
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    @netikras if you can bottle it and market it in the u.s. you'll make a fortune and be bought out.

    Because it sounds fucking delicious.
  • 0
    prefer gin tonic🍸
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    @netikras god damn I always wanted to try good Kvass.
    Well, time to schedule a vacation in a Slavic country for science.
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  • 0
    Neither
  • 1
    @netikras mmmmm kvass, gotta get some tomorrow.
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