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Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:08:45 No.12309069

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Is sake suppose to taste like rubbing alcohol?

Jesus Christ.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:12:51 No.12309083
It's cheaper too.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:14:52 No.12309093
Please don't lie to me. I'm an impressionable teenager and I will try this

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 04:15:10 No.12309094
Drink Scotch.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:19:55 No.12309114
Normally, my prefered drink is pic related or some Leinenkugel's, Hoegaarden, or Vodka mix drink. I decided to try sake for the first time tonight and I can only be disappointed right now.

I'm almost convinced I did something wrong or something happened to the drink itself during transport. It tastes (and smells) just like rubbing alcohol.

I don't see the appeal.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:20:58 No.12309119
fucking moot

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:22:51 No.12309126
I just drank half a bottle of bourbon and >I am legitimately drinl for yhe first time in, like, 10 yeats.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:23:23 No.12309130
you can't drink tape

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 04:25:40 No.12309141

I don't recognize that brand of sake, but the sake I drink are aromatic and somewhat tasty. One is somewhat harsh on the first sip, but your taste buds warm up to it once you're primed.

Also, drink Glenlivet.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:28:49 No.12309152
>Also, drink Glenlivet.

Godamnit, I had it in my hand before I decided to go cheaper. Serves me right.

I imagine it's sweeter and not as dry?

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 04:38:19 No.12309190

It's a mild and smooth Scotch. It's not fruity, at least to me, like some others can be. A very calm warming taste on your first sip. After that, it's very fine. You can very easily sip your way through an entire bottle without noticing, because it's like drinking something flavorful, instead of something like bourbon, which has a kick with every taste. Not to talk bad about bourbon. I love me some bourbon every once in a while.

If you're asking about the sake, I prefer unfiltered dry, but I drink a variety of them, mostly just being what I can afford at the time.

Unlike my whiskeys, my taste in sake is completely amateur. I pretty much drink sake because it's a distinctly different taste than everything else I've burnt myself out on. You'll have to ask a resident sake connoisseur.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:38:29 No.12309191
Drink absinthe and sambuca.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 04:47:54 No.12309222
I drink absinthe on occasion, I wanted to branch out tonight and try something new. Sambuca would have been a better choice tonight to experiment with, perhaps I can with the next paycheck.

I'll give it a go sometime. The only scotch I have experience with is Jim Beam and Old Crow (at the suggestion of a friend). I don't chew my drink very often, hence the preference for beers.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 05:16:17 No.12309276
>buy whatever vodka is closest to the store's door
>fill half a glass with it, other half with some sugary drink
>down it
>not really you don't profit at all but it's great

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 05:22:18 No.12309288
Funny, I won't drink a beer unless I have to chew it. The darker, the better. Doppelbocks are good.

>Jim Beam and Old Crow

It's not Scotch unless it's made in Scotland, by Scots, the right way. Those you listed are Kentucky whiskeys. Two completely different beasts as far as taste goes. I'm not a snob, but don't ever let anyone hear you calling an American whiskey a Scotch. They'll laugh at you, or if the guy is of Scottish ancestry and proud of it, potentially throw fists.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 05:24:29 No.12309291
drugs are bad for you

Anonymous 2014-07-30 05:29:03 No.12309296

so is /jp/

Anonymous 2014-07-30 05:31:18 No.12309301
I'm a /jp/olic.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 05:35:04 No.12309309
Living next to Kentucky causes you to call many things by the wrong name, I should have known better.

I really have to be in the mood to drink something dark, and most of the time I add ice anyway. Do you have any preferences for whiskey?

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 06:00:54 No.12309351
Scotch and bourbon. Johnnie Walker Red Label, Glenlivet, Glenfiddich. Maker's Mark, Woodford Reserve. Irish whiskey is pretty good, too. Jamesson has a good taste.

Some I cut with a splash of water. Others on the rocks. Some straight.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 14:22:07 No.12309946
>Johnnie Walker Red Label, Glenlivet, Glenfiddich.
>Mentioning drink blend, actually alright scotch and the cheapest single malt in the same sentence
Jesus Christ

Anonymous 2014-07-30 14:51:05 No.12309990
You boys don't know how to live it up

Anonymous 2014-07-30 15:00:41 No.12310013
Your problem is that you're a weeaboo.

What you want is Gin. Tasty stuff.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 15:12:21 No.12310026
What are you? And old British woman?

Anonymous 2014-07-30 15:19:40 No.12310035
that's irrelevant innit? just trust me on this

Anonymous 2014-07-30 15:47:40 No.12310084

What, no The Balvenie? Lame. I usually have a bottle of 17 year old peated cask on hand at all times.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 16:57:15 No.12310266
this is without a doubt the worst shit in the world and the only beer i have ever poured down the drain

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 17:24:12 No.12310334
I like blended Scotch, too. It's not all single malts. And sometimes I don't have money, which means drinking something cheaper. We can't all afford what we truly want to drink. He asked what were some alright Scotches to drink, so I gave him some options. There's no reason to get all frustrated about it.

That's not a bad one, either.

If you have suggestions, you're always welcome to offer them to him. I'm not here to defend my taste in drinks, just offer opinions.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 19:40:00 No.12310702
Leave it on the shelf next time, because it's limited where I am. More for me and less for you, a fair trade.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 19:56:17 No.12310746
Any alcohol other than beer or vodka just does taste like shit. Often it's simply vodka that's been flavored with what amounts to garbage.
And scotch whisky sometimes actually does have (bird) shit in it, too. Just so you know.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 19:59:37 No.12310752
Lay off the alcohol. I care about you and want you to live longer.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 20:11:21 No.12310779
And then there's the matter of growing inedible crops on good land and wasting good corn, rice, etc., which people need to be cheap crops, spoiling it on purpose just for the fermentation byproduct. And then selling that together with with mystery ingredients at an astonishing markup.

No, man, we'll stick with our beer, TYVM. Ask ZUN.

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 20:22:00 No.12310804
I... I have to hope that you know that beer is made via fermentation. That liquor is just more fermented and refined grain crops, usually with a few additives for taste purposes. And that beer also has additives put in to give it a particular taste.

Also, the production of liquor and beer uses very little crop, in comparison to the crop that is wasted by not being eaten, fed to animals, or used to make ethanol.

Alcohol has been made for millennia without purposefully impacting food supplies. It's a good way of storing calories, too, since grain goes bad, while alcohol will last a lot longer.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 20:24:20 No.12310812
Dude, shut it.

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 20:33:05 No.12310839
So very sorry you don't know how beer is made.

Anonymous 2014-07-30 20:36:40 No.12310854
Reading comprehension, guy, pick up some.

And get ready to take a remedial writing course should you ever attend university.

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-07-30 20:39:20 No.12310860
Oh, look, you're pretending to be educated. Will you quote some Nietzsche for us, to really kill the imitation?

And again: so very sorry you don't know how beer is made.

Anonymous 2014-07-31 16:24:36 No.12313655
Plot twist: OP actually bought rubbing alcohol because he can't read Japanese.

Anonymous 2014-07-31 16:28:03 No.12313692
What the hell is wrong with your post? Your forgot to inteject some random ellipses for a convincing "I...I'm so confused by your post even my typing is confused by how confusing it was" effect.

MJ Mage 2014-07-31 16:29:26 No.12313706
Sake is in fact awful. Only reason to drink it is being a weeb

Anonymous 2014-07-31 18:24:10 No.12314110
It's also strong and tends not to be hangover fuel, unlike grape wines, but you're right. It ain't tasty.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 04:30:08 No.12315652
I wish, I might have gotten some real use out of it after-the-fact.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 04:31:24 No.12315654


Anonymous of Alabama 2014-08-01 04:37:05 No.12315670
They make topical ointments for your variety of posterior pain.

And again: so sorry you don't know how beer is made.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 05:19:52 No.12315798
>If you have suggestions, you're always welcome to offer them to him. I'm not here to defend my taste in drinks, just offer opinions.

No worries bro. It's a bit on the pricy side, but I'd recommend you both try it. It's the best scotch I've ever had, and I've had quite a few different brands.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 06:20:17 No.12315974
I mean kinda, more so if you get something cheap. There are different varieties though and some are fairly sweet. For awhile I was even getting this fruit-flavored sake, which was pretty low quality but tasted alright.
Also temperature affects the flavor. A lot of sake is actually best served chilled.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 06:28:47 No.12316006
Only weeb subhumans like that piss.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 06:31:12 No.12316016

It will make you blind

Disability-san 2014-08-01 08:39:17 No.12316325
I paid 10 dolars a glass at a nice place and it burnt so bad that I had welts in my throat for days while in Japan.

Then I went to the hospital to find out that I was alergic to rice.

Consintraited rice in liquid form is bad for you when you're alergic to rice.

K-On Season 2 2014-08-01 08:41:58 No.12316328
The only thing that turns me off about sake is the smell. Usually Japanese restaurants will serve it warm and it helps with the taste.

Anonymous 2014-08-01 09:50:39 No.12316474
It seemed to work fine for Betty Ford.

Disability-san 2014-08-01 10:37:25 No.12316540
I never had a problem with rice until Japa.n I'm not sure if it was the overall better ingrediants in the Japanese rice or maybe it was my entire diet being flippedupside down soly based on rice.

I'm alergic to the gluton in bread/weat, so I should have taken the time to ask for a serious gerocery store to eat at.

Anonymous 2014-08-02 01:34:17 No.12318492
Sorry to hear that, if it makes you feel any better I'm mostly Irish in descent and I'm allergic to potatoes.

Anonymous 2014-08-02 01:44:03 No.12318531

Anonymous 2014-08-02 01:53:55 No.12318562
Try drinking some sake that isn't terrible.

Anonymous 2014-08-02 02:27:03 No.12318691
Why the fuck is it brown?

Anonymous 2014-08-02 02:31:11 No.12318709

Colored glass. All sake tastes bad. Most alcohol tastes bad. I only drink gin and tonics.

Anonymous 2014-08-02 02:31:47 No.12318712
Oh hey, I'm full blood Irish, huh. 3 generations back both sides come from Ireland. Even come from royalty.

Have a good drink and good night

Disability-san 2014-08-02 02:32:51 No.12318718
I forgot my trip

Anonymous 2014-08-02 23:24:04 No.12321504
You're not even replying to the same poster as before, Mr. whisky salesman.

Just FYI.

Anonymous 2014-08-02 23:43:04 No.12321572
Wait until we find out >>12318712 is a descendant of Potema, and she sneaks into his bed every night to demonically possess him. All night long.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 02:21:40 No.12321894
Is this your first time drinking alcohol? Everything tastes lake shit unless flavoured. Anyone who says otherwise just want to be "cool and mature"

Anonymous 2014-08-03 02:51:34 No.12321971
Beer tastes fine. I got a taste of some beer when I was a little kid, and was actually pissed when somebody told me I couldn't have the rest.

It's the crap made from stuff other than what you make normal bread out of, the stuff made out of corn or potato, that needs to be distilled or pretreated some way other than just to wipe the gunk off the top, that tastes like the devil's butthole.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 02:56:40 No.12321981
I only drink Absinthe.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 03:38:05 No.12322053
what's good about clear spirits? they don't have flavors like malt or oak barrel so it's just like drinking water that burns. it seems like a waste of money to me.

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-08-03 03:50:19 No.12322064
You're only drinking something "unflavored" if it's straight grain alcohol. All other alcohols have something in them that are designed to add distinctive taste and enhance the nature of the spirit.

Whiskey tastes perfectly good as is if you're getting one that agrees with your palate. If you think people don't like the taste of liquor, and are just "trying to be cool," it's just you trying to be edgy.

>Most alcohol tastes bad. I only drink gin

You say other alcohols taste bad, yet you drink gin? Are you fucking dumb? Or do you just not know what you're talking about?

Sake tastes good, depending on what sake it is and what sort of taste you want. Try something better than what you can get at your local super market.

Anonymous of Alabama 2014-08-03 03:57:59 No.12322082
Tends to go well mixed with something. There's a reason vodka goes in anything. It's ethanol and water, for the most part, and whatever they throw in there to give it its particular flavor for the brand. If it's just a filtered vodka, then it's going to taste like burning water, and for a reason. Because it pretty much is.

Throw it in some cranberry juice, or whatever you feel like drinking, and relax.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 09:09:55 No.12322456
What are you referring to exactly?

Anonymous 2014-08-03 09:36:22 No.12322501
Sure is Otaku in here.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 11:38:14 No.12322665
I put the O in Otaku.

Anonymous 2014-08-03 19:48:15 No.12323561
Fabled evil ghost of a dead queen. Had a habit of keeping zombies as servants.

Anonymous 2014-08-04 02:08:29 No.12324644
OP here.

No, it's my first time trying sake though. The pic is what I tried, it was a brand of draft sake. It was so bad I poured the remaining 1/4 of it down the drain.

I am having a (pic related) right now though, and it's not as bad. For the same price it definitely isn't as bad. I'm having some supermarket sushi with it as well, so that might be helping the taste.

Anonymous 2014-08-04 22:47:17 No.12328167
As other people have said, do you regularly drink alcohol? Alcoholic beverages vary widely, but the very barrier of getting over the taste of the alcohol itself and learning to appreciate the subtleties of the spirit you are drinking.

A good place start is beer. The best selling beers are domestics (Miller, Budweiser, and other low end PBR/keystone/rolling rock) simply because they are cheap. These have very cheap ingredients which is reflected in their lack of body and flavor.

I recommend anybody interested in drinking alcohol to start with imports. These beers are of higher quality than domestics and have more distinct flavors. Also, they are readily available at most bars, so having a favorite import you like is always a good go-to drink. I recommend trying Newcastle Brown Ale, Guinness Draught, Stella Artois, and Blue Moon (well not an import but still a good general example of Belgian style beer). I guarantee you will like one out of these. If you do, then you can try different beers made in similar ways. This opens you up to the varieties of beer: stouts, porters, pale ales, amber ales, pilsners, et cetera.

This leads us to craft beer. There are now hundreds of breweries across the United States (some the size of a small house, some part of national distribution networts) creating every kind of beer imaginable. These beers range in price from on par with that of imports to hundreds of dollars for a single aged 22oz bottle. These breweries use high quality ingredients and put different spins on traditional beer styles. I personally prefer beers that are very heavy in body with either strong malt flavors (as in an imperial stout or porter) or an upfront hoppiness and bitterness (found in some India Pale Ales [IPAs]). You don't have to get snobby about it, but if you are into food the world of beer is an interesting area in which to expand your tasting horizons.

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