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Old 01-05-05, 07:36 PM   #1
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But in the meantime, what is your favorite non-alcholic beverage?
Coffee for survival
Pineapple juice and Sprite is a close second

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Old 01-05-05, 07:42 PM   #2
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Two shots of espresso in a cup of coffee with some whole milk and sugar...

But it's better with a shot or two of Jameson in there...
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Chocolate milkshake, mmm....
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But in the meantime, what is your favorite non-alcholic beverage?
Coffee for survival
Pineapple juice and Sprite is a close second
Stewart's Key lime soda. Mexican Coca-Cola made with sugar. Purple Grape Juice (aka Welch's), Espresso mocha(light on the mocha heavy on the espresso), Limeade.

I have a bunch because I rarely drink them. I usually drink water. . .
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Stewart's Key lime soda. Mexican Coca-Cola made with sugar. Purple Grape Juice (aka Welch's), Espresso mocha(light on the mocha heavy on the espresso), Limeade.

I have a bunch because I rarely drink them. I usually drink water. . .
And I forgot, I really like a middle eastern drink called "dugh" (pronounced doog). It is unsweetened yogurt, diluted with some water, lightly salted witha pinch of dried mint added to it, then the whole thing is blended briefly with some Ice. Very refreshing during the hot summer!
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Old 01-05-05, 08:18 PM   #7
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Mango juice, coffee, Fresca.
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Stewarts orange cream soda.
Seltzer water and orange juice makes good soda too.
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Water, especially distilled.
Coffee a close second.
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Diet Coke, but I sorely miss Blenhiem's Ginger Ale.
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Turkey Hill Iced Teas, either the orange or ginsing/lemon flavors.
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And I forgot, I really like a middle eastern drink called "dugh" (pronounced doog). It is unsweetened yogurt, diluted with some water, lightly salted witha pinch of dried mint added to it, then the whole thing is blended briefly with some Ice. Very refreshing during the hot summer!
I had that in Maylasia about a year ago - about put me into convulsions.

Coffee - black and strong.
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Tea, tea, tea, tea, tea. Generally, any good tea. By good tea I mean the sort of stuff that you end up having to squirrel out in international markets or have shipped to you from overseas. Mostly, I'm a green tea fiend, though top quality white tea is a ******** beveragegasm when I can get it. It's an entire experience, as far as I'm concerned. I guess my enthusiasm for tea matches the enthusiasm some people display for things like fine wine. God I love tea...
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So Dave, you're a fan of tea, eh?

Pepsi for me. All else pales in comparison (except for other caffeinated Pepsi products).
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The way I figure it, if we're all gonna' die some day, then screw it, we might as well enjoy the alcoholic stuff!
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coffee, apple juice (a proverb:"a man can live without water if he has apple juice"), Root Beer
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water and extra sweet tea by arizona (it's pretty close to how my grandmother used to make it)
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So Dave, you're a fan of tea, eh?
Yeah....you could say that.
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But in the meantime, what is your favorite non-alcholic beverage?
Coffee for survival
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green tea, with a touch of mint.
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And I forgot, I really like a middle eastern drink called "dugh" (pronounced doog). It is unsweetened yogurt, diluted with some water, lightly salted witha pinch of dried mint added to it, then the whole thing is blended briefly with some Ice. Very refreshing during the hot summer!

Ohh, I love doogh, I hope I can find a middle eastern food store out here to get some sometme. I never liked it with mint or carbonation, just plain for me. My first experience with it was at a restaurant in Turkey (in the city of Mersin for those who care).
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Yeah....you could say that.

You ever been in an asian tea shop? They've got some strains of tea here in Chinatown that cost over 150 bucks for a lb. That's stuff's gotta be dynamite!
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