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Whisky and Coke Vs Rum and Coke

Whisky and Coke Vs Rum and Coke  

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I side with rum. Rum has a sweeter flavor and thats what I like.

 

I dislike Black Label for this reason.

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Same, rum & coke tastes great.

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Im leaning towards rum as well. But if you can get some quality whisky its close.

 

Lately I've been drinking the cheap ass castillo rum. Its not very good rum but if your mixing it with coke anyway well, what does it matter?

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Parot bay coconut rum and dr. Pepper

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Grand Traverse and coke some of the best smooth whiskey at it's price.

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Whiskey and coke, I like the bite you feel from it. Rum is too sweet.

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Jack Daniels

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Well Inky, id have never guessed... and Bambi surprised me too.

 

Parrot Bay and Mtn Dew

 

Toquilla straight or with coke... whatever. This is what got me to my limit at the recent party.

 

Im not a Vodka fan but appletinis can be amazing.

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