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    Eww at all the lolly water, give her a Bloody Mary!

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    Malibu and pineapple
    Malibu and coke
    Gin and squash
    Pimms and dry with lime
    Rekorderlig cider (any flavor is divine)
    Cruisers (black cherry is yum)
    Smirnoff mojito (with soda or lemonade)
    Brown brothers wine
    Strongbow sweet
    Captain Morgan's spiced gold with coke
    Smirnoff and cranberry casks (very yum and not too strong)

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    I second the smirnoff casks! I have the Cloudy Apple in the fridge right now it's yummo...

    When I was 18 I loved Guava Cruisers, Tequila Sunrises and Vodka and Pineapple Juice...

    Now I love everything My favourites until I try something new are Grant Burge Moscato http://www.grantburgewines.com.au/thewines/?wine=53
    or any good Apple or Pear cider, even the 5 seeds Cloudy Apple Cider is quite nice...and my old favourite is Bourbon not very lady like, but I loves it

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    I suggest Recorderlig strawberry & lime cider - its light, refreshing and soooo good!

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    jeez when i was first starting to drink we had apple ULD's and passionpop LOL

    but if shes looking for wine I highly recommend brown brothers moscato its SOOO good. I hate wine but i love moscato. Other wise you cant go wrong with a cruiser or two

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    my choices of drinks ( I'm 19)

    moscato
    vodka sunrise ( orange juice and red cordial )
    vodka red bull
    vodka lemon lime and bitters
    I hate cruisers too sweet I guess I drunk them a while ago though whn k first started drinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefooted View Post
    Muscato is a sweet fruity wine, my fave is sweetlips by gossips. But midori splices have always been a love of mine, I do add milk/cream to it . I'm not a huge drinker, infact I can't have more then like 2 before I am done for the night.

    Coming to you from a galaxy far far away.
    I second this about the moscato. Sweet and delicious, lightly carbonated, low alcohol (only 2-4 standard drinks per bottle depending on the brand, which is great because you can have a BIG glass and feel sociable but keep a clear head )

    I tried pretty much every moscato on the market after dd was born and the cheapest was the only one that didn't give me a headache lol. Yay!

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    I like gin and tonic, Sauvignon blanc, beer (none of this low carb cr@p though lol) and Bacardi and fruit juice. Also green island rum with coke is really nice (tastes like vanilla coke, really doesn't taste anything like normal rum) and Malibu and soda water. Ohh and Jameson whiskey with dry ginger ale and gentleman jack with ginger beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    My drop of choice is Sauvignon blanc, but it's quite dry.

    Brown brothers dolcetto & syrah (literally means sweet shiraz) is a sweet red wine, which is served chilled. It's quite a popular one, along with Moscato.

    There is always the vodka cruiser range (yuck!), it's usually popular with the younger crowd.

    Apple cider is lovely and refreshing. I like dry cider, but you can get them sweet as well.

    For bubbles, she might like Yellowglen Bella..it's nice and fruity.
    Dolcetto & Syrah is SO good!

    Bella is awesome too, and it's lower in alcohol, so you can drink more

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    For wine I'd say Brown Brothers pink Zabibo (sp?) very nice occasional drink, sweet and fruity.
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