What Should Your Signature Drink Be?
Classy and classic — a gin and tonic should be your tipple. It's relaxed, but can still be relied upon to get the party going — just like you. Not a gin fan? What about a vodka tonic? Or add some elderflower cordial to your gin for an elegant twist.
Powerful and direct — vodka rocks is the kind of drink that doesn't mess about. You're a refined drinker who knows what they like. Why dilute the taste with a mixer? Not a vodka fan? Neat bourbon also conveys the same message.
This is a drink for grown-ups. An Old Fashioned conveys elegance, refinement — and an appreciation for a lot of booze. Don't like bourbon? Try a Sidecar for the same potent mix, except with gin.
WOOHOO. Party time, am I right? A Long Island Iced Tea is 100% good vibes, and so are you. Just watch out for the sugar headache the next morning. For a similar effect, try a piña colada.
A classic, but not a conservative choice. Rum and Coke says, 'I'm know myself well." You're relaxed, you know what you like, and you aren't afraid to leave when you want to. If you don't like rum, whiskey and ginger is a worthy substitute.
Sparkly and fun, a white wine spritzer is a wonderfully flexible drink: light enough to keep your head screwed on, but strong enough to let you have some fun. Wanna mix it up? Try out sangria for a similar buzz.
A bottle of craft beer says you appreciate the work that goes into making nice things — and you want to support people who do that work. It also says you're a beer fan, and an informed one at that.
Comforting, cool, and classic. A Guinness drinker can prop up the bar from dusk til dawn. If you're not a Guinness fan, you could try a different type of stout — or move into bitters or IPA instead.
Sweetie! Darling! Champagne is the best kind of fun — and so are you. Yes, it's glam, but it needn't be expensive: Cava and Prosecco are just as good. Bubbles all round.