Toasting in the New Year

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Well the year of 2012 is starting to come to a warp and like always, DH and I go out and drink! I have never really prepared my drink menu before going out on New Years. When SP put up the Blog re: the light beers to ring in the new year, I also found the guide for those of us who like the pretty drinks!

Here are the two links I found pretty interesting! Some I knew and some I didn't!

Trying to think of some good mix in's in diet sprit/diet coke - or might stick to my Red wine.

What are you going to be drinking when midnight rolls around???

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    I find that if I am out diet sodas, besides diet coke or diet Pepsi, are hard to find at restaurants or bars. I like the diet sprite, diet ginger ale, diet root beer but unless you buy them at the store and have them at home, there are limited choices. Happy New Year!!
    2426 days ago
    Not sure yet... but what a question! My go-to's when I'd like a drink are red wine (most common) or a craft cider. May need to pull out some bubbly this time... 2013 is going to be a GREAT year (at least I hope so!). On the other hand, I'm curious about the taste of Stella Artois. Never tried it! Manda--have fun with your GINGER ale drink! emoticon
    2428 days ago
    Thanks Mandy! Definitely something to think about :-)
    2428 days ago
  • SUCCESSN2018
    We're taking a bottle of champagne with us to Disney... Yep, spending NYE at one of the resorts.

    2428 days ago
    Ooo, that sounds tasty!! I've been thinking about that as well. I think i'm going to just stick to white wine & champagne toast.
    2428 days ago
    Okay, so I have decided that my MAIN drink of choice will be :
    Absolute Vanilla with diet root beer/diet coke or diet ginger ale! emoticon
    2428 days ago
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