Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles I swear to God I just heard somebody say "chug it". What the [beep] is that? Yeah, I'm not a man. We brought you here today because you are newly of age for an adult beverage. Yep. I am. I've been partying for a few months. Ooh, I like adult beverages, and beverages in general. To officially welcome you to the club, we're gonna present you with a few fun drinks to get you started on your journey of drinking responsibly. Always. I think my favorite is just, like, tequila shots, 'cause, you know, you got the salt, the lime, and it's, like, a whole experience. I have, like, two things that I'm comfortable with, Jack and Coke or whiskey sour, 'cause those are the most generically nothing things I could possibly order. I don't drink a lot, so I'm pretty lightweight. I was never really a big drinker, so I don't know a lot of different names. I'm just hoping to, like, learn about more different⏤more drinks here. I'm just curious to see what you guys give me, 'cause, like, this is, like⏤it's super exciting for me. Let's go. Here is your first drink. That's what I'm talking about⏤what is that, peach? It's like⏤see, this is a nice color that you would find in alcohol. It's very light and bubbly and has fruit on it. This seems like a nice drink by the poolside. I feel like I will like it, 'cause I usually like really sugary drinks. It's got coconut, right? Yeah, that's good; that's really good. Oh, man! I could easily finish this; I know it's probably not my smartest idea, though. That's really sweet. I don't taste any alcohol in it, really. This tastes so good. I, like, I'm not a pineapple or coconut person, but this is amazing; it's kind of like the Dole Whip at Disneyland. It feels like all of the fruits that I would wear on my head when I was doing, like, that conga dance thing, like, they put that in the drink. So, this is actually called a Malibu Bay Breeze. Okay, I think I have had one. I know what Malibu is; I've definitely had my fair share. It's made with Malibu, which is a coconut rum, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice, and for many, this is the gateway cocktail to drinking because it has no alcoholic flavor to it. Yeah, definitely did not taste any of the alcohol; that's a very dangerous drink. The more fruitier drinks where you don't taste the alcohol, I think those are the ones that get you more, 'cause you don't notice them. Here is your next drink. It is very blue. It's blue; is it an AMF? I'm a fan of the color blue-flavored anything. Oh, is this an Adios? It's blue; it's so iconic. I know Adios has, like, a ton of just straight alcohol, so it gets you pretty messed up. Oh. It doesn't taste at all like alcohol; it tastes like soda. Oh, that's definitely an AMF. I've also had, like, a bucket of AMF, which I don't condone, but I recognize the feeling in my throat now. OK, I taste a little alcohol. The other one was, like, a more fruity drink, but this is more like⏤what's the word? Like a refresher. OK, there's alcohol in this, but otherwise, I feel like I'm just drinking water. You drink it and you're like, "Oh, it's blue and it's pretty, like... love it!" And then, by the end, you're like, "How did I drink that all so fast?" This is actually called an Adios Mother [beep]. Oh. It is made with every type of alcohol except whiskey. Really? So, it's really strong? It didn't taste strong at all. If it's made correctly, you won't taste a single one of those alcohols. It's like Math; they cancel each other out. If you really, really wanna get, like, get that buzz, I think honestly I would get this. This is the West Coast's bluer alternative to the Long Island Iced Tea, and should only be ordered on your 21st birthday and then never again. - I can see that. Maybe I'll have to try a Long Island Iced Tea. There is no Long Island over here, and we like blue and being extra. That's what California's all about. Only 21? I heard "chug it"; I swear to God I just heard somebody say "chug it". Here's your next drink. Oh, this looks way too adult for me. I'm just feeling like, like, a whiskey vibe, where it's, like, I need to be in a suit. Kinda reminds me of "Mad Men"; have you ever seen? Yeah, I don't know; just the cup with the ice. Again, fruit decor, as always. Yeah, I'm not a man. It has a more⏤little stronger taste to it. Is it, like, whiskey or something? I don't like it. What the [beep] is that? Oh, God. No. No, not at all; that's disgusting. Why... why do people drink this? Do you lose, like, your taste buds after a while of drinking? Those other two, I could just be, like, gunk, gunk, let's go. But this, this is something I'm just, like, ordering to look classy at the bars. Looking out at the bars, like, "What's going on, guys?" This is called an Old Fashioned. Oh, I thought Old⏤wait. I've heard the name Old Fashioned. I don't know why I thought it was, like, more scary-looking than this, like, I didn't know it had fruit in it. So, "Mad Men". So, this is made with bourbon, bitters, and a twist of orange; some people muddle their sugar cubes and others use simple syrup. OK, so it's not as bad as what I've had, but, you know, still not the greatest, and I totally, like, feel the drunkness coming on now. Thanks to the likes of Don Draper, this has been the best selling cocktail in the US for the past two years, but it's actually been around since 1880. Damn. I mean, not surprised; it's not a lot of work for an alcoholic drink. No Old Fashioned for me; I'm gonna pass on that. Here's your next drink. Ah, martini, shaken, not stirred. That was more like Spock than James Bond. I've always wanted to try a martini just 'cause James Bond, but I've never been confident enough to order one. It's a martini. You know how I noticed? The olive and the glass. I'm assuming it's a martini, like, if my TV show knowledge hasn't failed me. It looks like foggy water with an olive in it. Yes. That [beep]'s gross. Oh, no. Nope, nope, nope. That just, like, went straight to the back of my throat and burned it; it's like acetone. Whoa, that is funky; right off the bat, just salty. I mean, I should've expected that with an olive sitting in there. It tastes like urine. I mean, I don't know what urine tastes like, to be fair, but it does taste bad. I hate olives, so, to be fair, that's probably part of it. It looks nice, but it tastes like salty dirt water. This is a dirty gin martini. - Martini? - So, there's a lot of ways you can customize it. This one's got gin, dry vermouth, and a small amount of olive brine garnished with your favorite olive right there. I have seen it in movies; it's, like, you go to a hotel with your suit after work and you order a martini. What makes it dirty? Ordering it dirty gives it a cloudy look, and it's great if you don't like the taste of alcohol because it brings out the salty olive flavor. Yeah, but, like, if I... if I don't like this one, I'm not gonna like the regular one. I'd rather drink the Old Fashioned than this⏤why am I drinking olive juice? This is the James Bond drink, except he orders his with vodka, shaken, not stirred. I don't really know what the different is with shaken and stirred. I would never, like, be out drinking with friends and be like, "Guys, next round's on me; let's all get martinis." Here is your last drink. Ooh, it has whipped cream on it; yes! Woo! Dude, it looks like butter beer. I'm not even convinced there is alcohol in there. It literally just smells kind of like a pumpkin spice latte. This is like a cappuccino⏤is it pumpkin spice something? It's like apple ci⏤what is that alcohol? It's apple cider for sure. It's extremely sweet; it tastes like those candies that are supposed to be sour first then sweet, but without the sourness to it. It's good. This is definitely, in my opinion, a Christmas drink. I do not see myself ordering this at a bar unless it's for a festive reason, but hot alcohol is very weird. The aftertaste is better. While you... while you're in the process, you're like, "No", but then afterwards, it's, yeah, it's good. This is a tequila and cider Hot Toddy. Tequila! I should've known. I would never have guessed that was tequila. If you don't know, tequila is, like, the devil of all alcohols. As in, it just really messes you up and you can't even taste it because it tastes like you're trying to⏤ Like, you're sick and you're like, "Ooh, it's warm and, like, comforting and, like, there's whipped cream on it. Yay." Fun fact: Whiskey and tequila were sometimes used as decongestants in the old days. Oh, wow, if you're sick, but you still wanna drink a little something, this would probably be the drink. I could definitely see that 'cause it does go down very nicely. I'm not against it; it's (a) good drink, just hot. Which one was your favorite? The Adios Mother [beep]; I just like the more refreshing taste to it. I really liked the Bay Breeze; I just love pineapple. Pineapple is a delicious flavor and should be everywhere. This, because it just makes you feel so good and warm inside and that's what you want when you're, like, buzzed. You just wanna feel warm inside and, like, toasty and, like, happy. Like how I do feel right now; I feel so toasty and happy. What would you tell those about to turn 21? Do you have any advice for them? Drink responsibly. It's okay to have a really fruity drink; no one's judging. Just know your limits and make sure you and, you know, the people that you're... like, you care about and are drinking with are OK, and then just have a good time. Thanks for watching us drink legally on the React Channel. Don't forget to subscribe; we have new shows every day. What other drinks should we try next? Let us know in the comments. Cheers to myself. Hey, guys, Sabrina here; React Channel producer. Want more behind-the-scenes content? Follow us on Instagram @FBE. Thank you, Kyllis; I've been working so hard today.