|Rosita the Riveter|
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My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.
One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.
One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.
One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.
One needs tequila for getting rowdy.
One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.
One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.
One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.