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AG manila
I ALSO NEED
VALIDATION
but tequila
tastes
This doesn' t
really work
if I 'm not
wearing
I 'm just
trying to
get drunk"
I 'm just
trying to get
DR ANKER
THAN
TEETH
fancy Eeuw"
I even here."
Look
sophisticated
and
mysterious '
whiskey
different 2.
ii? Bourbon
Honestly these
all taste terrible
and I can? tell A
the difference ' /2
between them." 's
Pm hungover."
one for the
team by
driving
tonight.'
I' m only
driving
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#112 - unclejessie (09/13/2013) [-]
Its all "Whiskey" there are many MANY different types of "whiskey".

Bourbon, Scotch, Sour Mash, Rye, Corn, Blended, Irish, Canadian...etc, but they are all still "Whiskies".
User avatar #104 - justsambino (09/12/2013) [-]
I only went through this to see what Rum was...

Now I'm disappointed and feel unwanted on this post
#100 - orosenkai (09/12/2013) [-]
I dont know about you guys. But I like the Gin and Tonic. I dont think i am boring. Who here like Darts? 501 anyone?
#93 - peggscott (09/12/2013) [-]
Being from Scotland, and being it that I enjoy a good whiskey I have actually never thought to much into it.

However, In Scotland we usually just call it whiskey, none of this 'scotch' nonsense, anything made outside of Scotland is thought of as bourbon

My Papa always told me that whiskey made in Scotland is the only 'real' stuff (what some might call scotch whiskey)... I also asked for a whiskey and ice at a pub in town once and got asked by the barmaid if I wanted 'real or fake'
#111 to #93 - unclejessie (09/13/2013) [-]
What do you call Canadian Whiskey in Scotland? Here in the states, Bourbon is actually a legal term, it must be in a certain type of barrel, <51% corn, there is a proof requirements before/after the barrel...etc.
User avatar #113 to #111 - peggscott (09/14/2013) [-]
When you get down to it, it will be the same in Scotland and there will be legal terms to what they get called. But the working man just asks for a whisky and expects to get a scotch whisky. If we wanted something else like a jack daniels then we would ask for a jack and ice or whatever.

Basically, if we ask for a whisky we just expect it to be a scotch whisky... seeing as we are in Scotland.

Side note; One of the nicest I have ever had was Ardbeg ten year old, Its a single malt scotch with a really nice smokey flavor. Really nice straight or with a wee bit of ice, you ever get the chance you should try it!!
User avatar #89 - thedutchs (09/12/2013) [-]
Yeah, those stupid wannabe Mexicans that make everyone drink tequila shots!

I actually love the taste of tequila, and always drink 3 fingers in a glass while reading a book during summer. I can't do anything after that but sit down and read, it's amazing
#88 - unclejessie (09/12/2013) [-]
All of these scream inexperience, immaturity and general ignorance. Also, Fancy Cocktail screams "Im am a woman".
User avatar #94 to #88 - peggscott (09/12/2013) [-]
So what do you drink?
#103 to #94 - unclejessie (09/12/2013) [-]
Usually, Jim Beam over ice. If I'm feelin' froggy, Wild Turkey 101 over ice.
User avatar #109 to #103 - peggscott (09/13/2013) [-]
but, bourbon was one of them...

To be honest though, just drink what you like, and I know a bit about cocktail mostly because I have older sisters and female friends who drink them. Doesn't hurt to know what ones are nice, can be a good we conversation starter at the bar with an attractive woman...
#110 to #109 - unclejessie (09/13/2013) [-]
Oh, its not the drink that makes this post ******** , its tieing the social stigma to the type of drink. Drink whatever the hell you like, you're the one whose tasting it.
#85 - angelusprimus ONLINE (09/12/2013) [-]
Ok, difference between whiskey bourbon and scotch is pretty simple.
Bourbon and scotch are types of whiskey prepared at special guidelines.
If you ferment and then distill bunch of corn, its still a whiskey, no matter how bad or foul.
Bourbon's mash, the mixture of grains from which the product is distilled, must contain at least 51% corn. (The rest of the mash is usually filled out with malted barley and either rye or wheat.) The mash must be distilled at 160 proof or less, put into the barrel at 125 proof or less, and it must not contain any additives. The distillate must be aged in a new charred oak barrel. And it must be made in USA, if its from anywhere else, its not bourbon.
Scotch is made from Malt and or Grain whiskeys. Malt is whiskey made entirely from malted barley. Grain is whiskey made from malted and unmalted barley along with other grains. It must be distilled in Scotland or ******* for a minimum of 3 years in oak casks.

There now you know.
#87 to #85 - gisuar (09/12/2013) [-]
do you know lagavulin? it's the only "fancy" stuff i've drunken so far but i'd it is worth the price
User avatar #90 to #87 - TheBearerOfBadNews (09/12/2013) [-]
lol lagavulin? What age? what type of cask? Only Lagavulin that is "fancy" would be minimum 12 years... if you want a solid all round good single malt whiskey that you want to be "fancy" with, then buy some 12 or 16 year old highland park. It is highly drinkable and reasonably priced (depending on budget and location). Also only Amerifags refer to whisky as "scotch".... here in Scotland its whisky or bourbon...

PS Bourbon aint Whiskey... ken What I mean?
#101 to #90 - angelusprimus ONLINE (09/12/2013) [-]
Umm what?
First, not all scottish whiskey is scotch, there are certain rules that have to be followed before a whiskey is called scotch.
And second, there is no such thing as scottish bourbon, bourbon comes ONLY from USA.
And I'm not originally from USA, even though I am living here now, but I've had scotch in england, ireland and scotland, and I never heard that ******** that only americans call it scotch, except once from an dumb kid.
#91 to #90 - gisuar (09/12/2013) [-]
i'm not 100% sure but i think it was 16 years not 12
User avatar #92 to #91 - TheBearerOfBadNews (09/12/2013) [-]
Ah good man! anything over 12 years is pretty much guaranteed to be decent... However I find Lagavulin to be fairly bland unless its the sherry cask stuff.. but that isn't really the same as whiskey tends to be traditionally made in standard oak casks.
#95 to #92 - gisuar (09/12/2013) [-]
it's not as intense as others that's true but i guess it's a good choice for beginners
User avatar #96 to #95 - TheBearerOfBadNews (09/12/2013) [-]
I would say that is in fact damn fine whiskey.. even for those who are experienced... the stiff for beginners tends to be the blended **** like famous grouse that's ****** mingin. Any proper single malt thats at least 10 years is something you cant go wrong with really. But its up to personal taste.
#97 to #96 - gisuar (09/12/2013) [-]
i only know it due to our local irish pub actually
#84 - megustan (09/12/2013) [-]
For later use? I dunno. Just felt like making something.
#77 - capricore (09/12/2013) [-]
Friday night after work.   
   
 Don't drink 'n'drive.
Friday night after work.

Don't drink 'n'drive.
#76 - anonymous (09/12/2013) [-]
I bet drinks and food are not your thing
User avatar #74 - Nightinear **User deleted account** (09/12/2013) [-]
"Whisky tastes terrible"
You take that back
You ******* subhuman scum of earth
User avatar #78 to #74 - capricore (09/12/2013) [-]
Whisky....the alternative of getting hammered with a different flavour.
User avatar #73 - Lintutu (09/12/2013) [-]
>implying there is anything wrong with plain soda
User avatar #69 - sorryminesbigger (09/12/2013) [-]
if people are really this self conscious/judgmental about what alcohol they chose to drink to get drunk this really is pathetic. im assuming op is in this category and consequently op= ******
User avatar #68 - soule (09/12/2013) [-]
Good tequila is delicious.
#67 - nomisdk (09/12/2013) [-]
dit som one say fancy beer?! have a ale number 16
User avatar #75 to #67 - Crusader ONLINE (09/12/2013) [-]
I'm on beer number 4 if that means anything to anyone
User avatar #66 - badgerbaiting (09/12/2013) [-]
Stroh. For when you want to really want to punish your liver.
User avatar #81 to #66 - ZeGerman (09/12/2013) [-]
Racke Rauchzart.
User avatar #65 - wardylocks (09/12/2013) [-]
Being a barmaid I can confirm all of these and basically on point.

#64 - anonymous (09/12/2013) [-]
Gran Patron Platinum and a slice of lime for a bit of flavor. A splash of Citronge if there's any there.

Good Tequila is perfect done right. Low shelf stuff like Cuervo gold is like drinking diesel.
#58 - professorrowan (09/12/2013) [-]
I don't drink, I don't like the taste of any of them
#60 to #58 - anonymous (09/12/2013) [-]
You don't like the taste of water? Do you have rabies?
#61 to #60 - professorrowan (09/12/2013) [-]
I was referring to alcoholic drinks only, but water is too plain for me
#70 to #61 - ilikecows **User deleted account** (09/12/2013) [-]
&gt;water too plain   
&gt;body is made from like 70% water   
&gt;implying implications   
&gt;imps are also creatures of the deep   
&gt;?????   
&gt;salad
>water too plain
>body is made from like 70% water
>implying implications
>imps are also creatures of the deep
>?????
>salad
#56 - sloot (09/12/2013) [-]
id rather drink a six pack of a nice craft beer that tastes amazing and has a higher alcohol content than drink 10-12 piss tasting light beers. Both will cost you about the same and serve the same purpose.
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