Please don't say not to start or anything along those lines. I'm simply curious and would like to try drinks slowly.
If you can find it Josef Drathen Auslese is amazing !! Sweet and delishous ! and if you find it send me a bottle ! The rare occassion we hit Fort Wayne for any thing I make him go down town so I can buy a stash ... its over 100 miles away and no one here has heard of it :(
Look for auslese and cabernet :) They tend to be a bit sweeter and easier on new palettes and words of advise ... take it easy on ANY red wine, the tannins cause one hell of a headache
My other favorite is diet coke, morgan and a twist of lemon... Its the "i'm out at the bar" party drink and has been for years.
don't ask me about beers .... i drink one and I'm a hot mess for a few hours ... great way to get out of bad dates though :)
start with wine
then try a beer
then try a drink, vodka, tequila
then try run and whiskey.
oh these are great give them a try I love them
I am not really into anything strong. so I find the Arbor Mist wines are very easy to drink, and are fairly inexpensive. they are really fruity and not at all alcohol strong. so that might be a good wine to try for newbies!
I would say hard lemonades or tea. Like Hard Mikes or Twisted tea.
I am a super casual few times a year drinker and I prefer white and rose' wines over anything else. These are my favorites and worth considering.
Add 7-up to wine to make sprizer. I find white wines are less dry and sweeter. I love coconut rum and pineapple juice. Refreshing. Look up recipe for whiskey slush. You mix in ice cream bucket and freeze. When you want a drink put scoop or two in glass and add 7up. Very good and ready when you want one.