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He drank whiskey, ate the salted peanuts and then chased a gringo through the field. What's not to like?However he mixed whiskey and port (I know that you're into exotic drinks, but that one is destined to leave you with a smashing hang-over).However, Cisco was his friend, no matter the wisdom of mixing drinks and so forth...
P. S. -It's not that I love things south of the Border. I simply do it for a living and I have an opinion on the matter similar to Yeates' "Irish Airman" in that those that I fight I don't hate and those that I guard I don't love. And I'm old enough not to drink whiskey and then port in the same sitting.
Wouldn't the order make a difference? i.e., port before whiskey or whiskey before port?The Germans have a saying: Bier nach Wein, lass es sein; Wein nach Bier, das rat ich Dir.Beer after wine, let it be; wine after beer, I advise thee.
The last time that I was out drinking with Mexican Army (SEDENA) Generals, they started with tequila, migrated to red wine (Bordeaux) and then polished it off with cognac.I survived, but my partner did not.
Sheesh--that does sound toxic. Only thing worse is wapatuli
I'm not sure of the origin of the word Wapatuli, but since it originated in Wisconsin, I think it may have originally been spelled Waupatuli.