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|Nǐ gèng xǐhuan hē píjiǔ háishì hē pútáojiǔ?|
|What do you prefer, beer or wine?|
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I prefer to wine because you will be more bueatiful after drinking it.
Has anyone every tasted 马奶酒?
No. I had to Wiki it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kumis
I'm really not sure that Limoncino and 马奶酒 go together. I believe we call that a "cement mixer" here in the northeast!
很有意思！You're totally right Arkadiusz: my drinking habits change with the crowd I'm out with too.
Hong Kong Bars for the big spenders: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1A2wFK8Fik
hen hao he de pu tao jiu shi zui hao he, hen gui de chang chang shi zui hao de. wo mei zhao dao hao de zhong guo pu tao jiu.
good tasting wine is best to drink. very expensive ones are often the best to drink. I've not yet found a good Chinese wine.
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