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I like cheap Whiskey

Bored at work today, and heading to Riviera Maya Mexico soon for vacation and liquor buying. Sooooooo.....

What's Your Drink??

I'm a big fan of Jack Daniels Black, and Jim Beam White. The expensive stuff is always either too dry, or too smooth. Jack is my choice, be it for cooking, mixing, or just drinking straight up. Family tradition I guess.
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Family tradition, Southern Comfort

But I also like Jack Daniels
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Jack used to be my favorite although i stick to beer anynmore.
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Never got real into the bear until recently. The process is much easier though. Pull tab, drink, crush, repeat.
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Crown here. If I were going south like that, I'd score some Don Julio.
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I LOVE VODKA!
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I'm thinking a big dirty bottle of Mescal with the worm in it. I used to work with a mexican guy that always brought back a bottle. We were all usually late to work the following day.
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Crown Royal Canadian and Bushmills Irish Whiskey. Don't care for too many bourbons, but there are a few domestic whiskeys that I will drink.
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It's almost always beer for me.

I do enjoy tequila shots, Crown in mixed drinks on occasion, a good bloody mary.

Never tried Bushmills, might have to give it a shot.
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When I was in Cancun last year Don Julio was 19.99 at the duty free shop.
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Crown here. If I were going south like that, I'd score some Don Julio.
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