But I disagree with the top answer. You can start trying alcohol with vodka and other spirits. The fact is that when you drink beer or wine, it will not seem tasty to you, you need to get used to this taste, like to coffee without sugar. But vodka, although bitter, you eat it and almost immediately feel the effect. In this case, you will simply understand why people drink, and you will not begin to tell everyone "WHY TO DRINK THIS IS NOT TASTY AND YOU ARE NO EFFECTS"
It all depends on your tastes. If you are a sweet tooth, then wine: port or nutmeg. If you are a lover of meat and spicy, then a good beer (Guines, Heineken, Paulaner). It is better not to drink strong drinks immediately, because you will not appreciate and understand.
"Kalina krasnaya" is an excellent way to explore the world of alcohol! You may not even get to know anything else anymore, because the price and quality of this divine drink is just 10/10. 205 Russian shekels in my city is a thrill!
It is best to start with wine or good beer Do not start right away with vodka or go and knock over a glass of B-52, because after this experiment you will not want to drink more It is worth understanding that our body produces alcohol and nicotine in small amounts, so we are ready to drink alcohol, but it is better to start with wine or beer in order to understand your threshold for further research into the world of alcohol
Don't even stuff your brain with such nonsense. I can give not the answer to the question, but the best advice: do not try or start. You will ruin your life and the lives of your loved ones. Alcohol is a highly adjective and harmful substance. You ruin your brain (brain cells die), you won't give life to your relatives, and you yourself will look there when you don't want to improve your life, but just drink alcohol and "everything will be ok." do not touch the dirt, even if all your friends are sitting in it.
I have a story where someone fell into the net of alcohol very deeply and almost lost his life (but ruined his family and children).
Watch out anyway .-.