It depends on weather and ambience.If I am in a village farm,I need sugar cane juice.If I am on a hill station or cold weather area,I need hot coffee/tea.If its humid I require water/lemon juice. If somebody is throwing a party then i am comfortable with any costly drink!!
Hot - Coffee Cold - Mountain Dew, lassi depends on mood.
posted 14 years ago
During my childhood, we used to race on bicycle up to a temple. After reaching to the temple, we didn�t use attend God first. There was a well beside the temple where all women of the village used to come to collect water. We used rush to them and drink water directly from the bucket. Water was always so cold and sweet. Believe me no other drink could have made us so satisfied as this.
[ February 10, 2006: Message edited by: Chetan Parekh ]
As far as alcoholic drinks go, I prefer a vodka martini with an olive and a cocktail onion, a good India Pale Ale, or a nice cabernet. For nonalcoholic drinks, it's hard to beat water as a thirst quencher, but of course it takes a few large coffees to make it through the day.