On-topic, the less the vodka I'm drinking tastes like hair spray, the better. On the other hand, I drink so rarely, I don't have much experience with many brands.
As for your vodka drinking experiences, sadly there are more brands out there that taste like 'hair spray', than don't. Try a few of the ones mentioned here, chances are you'll find one you actually like. The styles of Kettle One and Grey Goose to me seem like the most gentle to experiment with.
Do allow me apologise, I had no idea you actually knew how old my parents were or indeed how old I am, or indeed that I needed to learn my choice of beverage from you, or that I had so much to learn about what is/is not for children.
I'll take being a 'kid' rather than any undisclosed assumptions I may or may not choose to hold against you based on what I can gather from your postings here, which may reflect you less than positively.
Absolut, definitely, but I always drink the cheapest shit I can get
I always order the cheapest one at the pub or close to that, though I do know the quality so its not that big deal its cheaper. Real vodka is just vodka.
Last weekend we've been drinking http://upload.rb.ru/upload/users/pic...3_15.28.18.jpg and http://img.blogs.pravda.com.ua/image...54a67ee0xl.jpg (I think) Can't remember the other ones tho LULZ
I'll definitely take a look at those brands, though. I'm a lightweight. :\
Hard one, but I'm going to go with fanta.
Inception is nothing but 2 different states of interception.
I don't really like drinking vodka, unless it's Grey Goose/ Ciroc / Stoli Elit.
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Since 1936 Russian vodka - is 60% water and 40% alcohol. The Real Price of it - 0.10cent / 0.5L.
I dont have a favorite, i just drink the one i have