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    I generally don't get much French wine because there's usually a bit of a premium reflected in the price solely because of the French reputation for wine, and I'm cheap. Same goes for California (especially Californian Chardonnay, the most basically passable of those can still go for $15 a bottle). Generally the less you've heard of it, the better the value tends to be. Some of my favorites are Spanish Rioja and Chilean/Argentian Malbec for reds, and Austrian Grüner Veltliner (ALWAYS a great value) and Portuguese Vinho Verde for whites.
         
       
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    Im normally a sucker for hard ciders, rum, vodka, white wine (prefer riesling), and khalua.
    It's only been recent that I finally found a beer that I could drink without being disgusted by its bitter, cabonated piss-waterness; thanks american mass-commercial beer. The brewery is a nearby craft called Lakewood Brewery, they have an Imperial Milk Stout called The Temptress. It's still a little bitter in taste, but it doesn't overpower all the other multitude of flavors that I can get out of it, which makes the drink interesting to me. They have other styles of beer, but Ive yet to try those.
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    I've never been a big fan of beer, and I'm too cheap to sucker someone into getting the good stuff for me so I can try it. Maybe when I finally get a job.
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    Glen Grant truly is the siren of scotch.
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    Beer's never held any kind of appeal to me, because it tastes gross, and the alcohol levels are babyshit weak at best.
    I like cider, because I like the taste of cider, but if I'm going to make a conscious decision to drink something that doesn't agree with my tastebuds in order to intoxicate myself, I'd rather kick back a few glasses of something that's 20 or 40%.

    I bought some white zinfadel wine.
    It's pretty good.
    Has yet to give me a buzz, though, which is a bit disappointing.
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