Just a random discussion. Whats everyone's beverage of choice? Do you have a specific brew of Tea or coffee you prefer? Just Prefer Water? Just to keep things simple, lets go with your go-to drink in a non formal restaurant.

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Wint and Kidd are my favorites. Uber creepy.

When I was in college I subsisted on gunpowder green tea and chocolate chip Pop Tarts.  It's like pairing wine and food.  That is the ideal Pop Tart for that tea.  LOL but seriously, try it.

hey Daniel, 

where do you buy your tea?  i found a few online places with great flavors and blends including gunpodwer blends.

For non alcoholic drinks it is water, green tea, and coffee. When it comes to alcoholic drinks I prefer a 12 year single malt scotch, or an aged bourbon on the rocks. Sometimes I like to have a mojito if I am in a hot climate.

Sweet Tea during the day, beer after work hours. Usually Yuengling.

Good strong black coffee for a starter.   Unfortunately, a lot of places have pretty decent food, but absolutely insipid coffee.

I love sweet tea but that is only a treat for me. I stick to lots of water and unsweetened iced tea

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