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Matt Foley

Best Mixed Drink

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Crown/Ginger

Vodka/Orange Juice

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Depends on the time and the place. I drink mostly "Boat Drinks" (Margaritas and the different variants, Jamaican Hummingbirds, etc.), usually mixed in my Margaritaville Frozen Concoction Maker.

I also love Whiskey Sours and Blue Motorcycles, and Bloody Mary's are good in the morning, especially at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Never tried this until recently, but now I have one every night to take the edge off...Kahlua and Cream. Would never order that at a bar, mind you, but at home it's easy to make and drink a big cup of one and you're buzzing.

As for the bar...something with multiple liquors in it so they cancel out, like a Long Island Iced Tea or something.

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Mojito, or vodka martini, depending on how fruity I'm feeling

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Glenfidich 18 year Single malt Scotch

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Ice

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The "High School Special": Everclear and Gatorade. :D

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crown and ginger or coke

jack and coke

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Cadillac Margarita on the rocks, no salt.

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