What is your desert island drink?

This is the continuing series of questions for you in the comments, here’s how it works. I’ll ask you a question, and you either answer in the comments or on your own blog and drop a link to the post.

Question:

What is your desert island drink?

You are on a desert island, you get all the water you need, and whatever drink you want can be refrigerated.

This question comes from my Dad, so get sending those questions in.

Here’s my answer:

Well I thought about red wine, but on a desert island you’ll want something cold. And basically sometimes you just want a beer. So I think it’s going to have to be beer for me.

What about you? What is your desert island drink?

7 thoughts on “What is your desert island drink?

  1. fourstar says:

    It would have to be a nice des(s)ert wine.

    *flees*

  2. Lou says:

    the most refreshing drink in hot weather for me is fresh lemonade.. so i suppose i’d choose that πŸ™‚

  3. kris says:

    Beer is bad, though. If you drink a lot of it, anyway.

    Me, on a desert island. For life? How about hemlock?

  4. Janna says:

    Only one answer for me, Guinness Extra Cold πŸ™‚

  5. baggio says:

    had to think a bit about this one…

    probably something like a Mai Tai, with plenty of fruit garnishing and a little umbrella in the top.

    (5 different spirits, 2 juices and ice – i just checked!)

  6. Manhattan (the drink not the island), served perfect, with a cherry, and the best bourbon available.

  7. Hello from Ukraine !

    Not Vodka !

    A nice cup of English tea.

    Sincerely,

    Marina.

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