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Frenchy: Margarita with the salt
Rowe: Class of White Wine
art_gurl: Sex on the Beach
Isome: Red wine but sweet not dry
MBM: Grey Goose Martini
SistahSouljah: Rum Punch
DDouble: Rum Punch
RadioRaheem: Shot of Tequila
Nmaginate: Shot of 151 Rum (set on fire)
Black Viking: Top Shelf Scotch
Kevin41: Vodka straight on ice
HonestBrother: Corona with a lime
Empty Purnata: Long island ice tea (goes down smooth but will f*ck u up)
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I don't drink.... so I had a hard time understading what all of this meant.... So I researched it on the net.... Here's what I found:


The flavor of Bailey's is also quite distinct, and I believe you'd never forget it if you've ever tried it. It is very creamy and rich tasting, slightly sweet. It goes quite well with any recipe you may have that calls for coffee or chocolate! For as rich as it tastes, Bailey's is surprisingly low in calories, just around 130 per serving (by itself). When combined with other ingredients in a recipe is when it starts to add those calories on! Bailey's low alcohol content is just 17% by volume. You've probably seen the bottle before because it is a distinct rounded, dark brown bottle.
Nice... I suppose if I'm going to be an alcoholic beverage.... I'd like to be a sweet, rich chocolate one Wink

Thanks Black Viking!

Peace,
Virtue
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Frenchy: Margarita with the salt


Why is that?

My List:
MBM - Martini, very dry with a twist. So much like James Bond, disappearing from the board for awhile and then returning with something sleek to say. And I don't even think I've seen you lose your cool. Such a mystery.

Sandye - Cosmopolitan. Always mellow and sophisticated.

Audio Guy - Pina Colada. Tropical, sweet, and somehow both damn fresh and traditional.

kresge - Diesel (1/2 pint Lager, 1/2 pint Cider). Doesn't fit neatly into any particular category, but totally unexpectedly makes perfect sense.

Rowe - Cherry Vodka Sour (Sweet and sour mix, vodka, grenadine). Curious mix of kindness, maturity, and unyielding confidence.

Vox - The Absinthe Minded Martini (absinthe, gin, vermouth, and a float of Grand Marnier). Very precise and methodical. A rare and true gentleman.

ddouble - Dickhead's Delight (Kahlua, rum, chocolate milk, cinnamon, whipped cream). Hehehe. Someone genuinely made up of sugar and spice and everything nice.

Black Viking - Smirnoff Ice. Nothing too flashy or, dare I say, costly to make. Ha ha ha.

Honest Brother - Chocolate Martini. Classic and loves his chocolate.

virtue - Apple Toddy (Baked Apple, Superfine Sugar, Apple Brandy, Nutmeg, and Boiling Water). Wholesome, sweet, and above all, warm.

Jasmine - Strawberry Daquiri. I immediately thought of something very girly and pink.

Kweli4Real - Mojito (Rum, mint leaves, and sugar). Very strong, a little tangy, and definitely sweet.

James Wesley Chester - Bone Crusher (Gin, vodka, triple sec, rum, grenadine, lime juice, sweet and sour mix, champagne). Very complex, very balanced. This drink originated in D.C. right around the corner from the White House. Still waiting for you to run for office, Jim.

xxGAMBITxx - Shirley Temple. The Daddy of the beautiful little girl with curls.

qty226 - Bay Breeze (Vodka, cranberry juice, pineapple juice). Uncomplicated, sugary and packs a punch.

MidLifeMan - Bourbon and Sprite. One part old-world, one part youthful energy. And it's one of my favorite drinks and I think we probably have similar tastes and views in real life!

Max - Legspreader (equal parts tequila, vodka, gin, and rum). Brotha, either you have just been released from prison or your sexual appetite is out of this world! LOL! I still remember when you first arrived to talk about plastic surgery. Who knew?

art_gurl - Bellini (champagne and peach nectar). Irresistable joie de vivre and sunny disposition.

SistahSouljah - Jack Daniels and Coke. No nonsense and likely to bring you to your knees if you're not on your toes. And that's why I love ya!!

Nmaginate - Flaming Lemon Drop shot (151 proof rum, absolut citron, galliano, lemon, sugar). Once you get past the "baptism by fire," there's something very pleasant and invigorating.

Isome - Miller Lite. Everytime I think of you, I see screaming guitars and headbangers. Good times in the Thandie Newton thread. LOL!

RadioRaheem - The French Whore (vodka, raspberry liquer, pineapple juice). Your name is forever intertwined in my mind with loose, half-naked European women. LOL!

Kevin41 - Scotch, on the rocks. Perfect for the man who bristles at anyone reading into what he says. Straightforward.

Empty Purnata - Jesus is Here (Vodka and Ginger Ale). LOL! I always think of how critical you are of Christianity.

ricardomath - The Crying Game (Jack Daniels, lime vodka, kahlua, bailey's irish cream, grenadine, tequila, rum, tomato juice). Knows a lot about everything under the sun and fellow champion of all "Friends of Dorothy."

EbonyRose - Strawberry Kir Royale (halved strawberries, sugar, chilled champagne, creme de cassis). Sweet and bubbly and lots of fun!

ma'am - Rum Punch. My Caribbean sista! Glad you're here!

folobatuyi - Glass of Merlot. It's the only drink I could come up with that had any redemable health benefits, Doctor F!

Sorry if I left anyone out!
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Wow Frenchy.......this was nice!!! appl


I don't drink either, but damn Sister Frenchy, you get down, don't you girl! Let me find out you like to get your drink on. cabbage All of these descriptions are right on! Great work Frenchy and Midlife (and Art_Gurl). But, can someone give me the description for a glass of white wine and a Manhattan please? What kind of person typically drinks these beverages? Thanks.
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But, can someone give me the description for a glass of white wine and a Manhattan please? What kind of person typically drinks these beverages? Thanks.


don't read too much into this ok? Wink

there are lots of recipe variations for a Manhatten, but here's a good one...

3/4 oz sweet vermouth
2 1/2 oz bourbon whiskey
1 dash Angostura® bitters
1 maraschino cherry
1 twist orange peel


Combine the vermouth, bourbon whiskey, and bitters with 2 - 3 ice cubes in a mixing glass. Stir gently, don't bruise the spirits and cloud the drink. Place the cherry in a chilled cocktail glass and strain the whiskey mixture over the cherry. Rub the cut edge of the orange peel over the rim of the glass and twist it over the drink to release the oils but don't drop it in.

VARIATION: No bitters. Substitute a twist of lime for the cherry and orange. Hold the lime twist in a lighted match over the drink and then drop it in. The heat really zips up the lime flavor.

[the above variation for when you're feeling 'frisky' Wink]


And the ingredients.... I hear you ask? Smile

Angostura has bite, whisky is brisk and fresh and honest, vermouth is strong and mooth, the cherry has a sweet kick, and the orange peel symbolizes health food LOL! Smile

Complicated, deep, honest, upfront, thoughtful, generous, and real - and health conscious.
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Now... that glass of wine? I'd suggest an ice cold glass of Sauvignon Blanc or perhaps a sangiovese. And tapas! Wink

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