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Old 06-12-2013, 10:07 PM
 
Location: West of the Rockies
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Specifically, I am referencing Burnett's Hot Cinnamon Vodka and Goldschlager. Which would give you a worse hangover if you got drunk off them?
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Old 10-23-2016, 02:01 AM
 
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I would say Vodka as it contains more alcohol meaning that you would have absorbed more alcahol in the time for you to become intoxicated resulting in a more severe, longer lasting hangover when you awake.
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Old 10-30-2016, 05:21 PM
 
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Vodka.
I like my inexpensive Smirnoff for mixing everything!!!

I dun do straight vodka..
Only bourbons n whiskeys.
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Old 11-02-2016, 12:45 PM
 
Location: McAllen, TX
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For inexpensive but not "cheap" vodka, try Pinnacle. It is distilled 5 times and they offer over 40 different flavors. I buy the plain and it may not be quite as cheap as Smirnoff but only a few dollars more and never a hangover for me anyway. The plain 1.75L is $16.99 plus tax where I buy it. Some of it comes in a plastic bottle but that is one of the reasons it is less $. The quality is very good.

https://www.pinnaclevodka.com/
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:42 PM
 
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Specifically, I am referencing Burnett's Hot Cinnamon Vodka and Goldschlager. Which would give you a worse hangover if you got drunk off them?


It depends on how much you drink of each one. The same amount of alcohol gives you the same hangover. If one has a higher proof rating than the other, well, that one has more alcohol per shot.
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Old 11-10-2016, 03:40 PM
 
Location: London U.K.
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I would say Vodka as it contains more alcohol meaning that you would have absorbed more alcahol in the time for you to become intoxicated resulting in a more severe, longer lasting hangover when you awake.

I have been drinking vodka since the time as a young man in the 70s that I visited Poland with my Polish girlfriend, who lived with me in London.
Prior to that I drank scotch, sometimes with dry ginger, sometimes straight.
In Poznań, Poland, scotch was expensive, around 3 times the price of a shot in London.
My girlfriend told me try the local stuff, vodka, which was way cheaper than scotch, can't remember prices, but let's say scotch was $3.00 a shot, vodka was 50c.
That was it, I've never looked back, it's been vodka all the way since then, occasionally with tonic, mostly straight, and my hand to God, I've never had a hangover.
I rarely drink beer, you could count on the fingers of two hands the number of beers I've drunk since around 1985, the temperature has to be up in the 90s for it to appeal to me.
So I've had one or two in Phoenix AZ, one or two in Brownsville TX, and the same in Tampa FL.
I like the occasional Canadian Club, or Crown Royal, sometimes Buffalo Trace bourbon but rarely more than one or two shots.
My German daughter-in-law tells me that Schnapps is a generic term in Germany for any shot of liquor.
In the north where she and my son live, it's usually Korn, (German for grain), which unsurprisingly is made from fermented barley or rye.
It is powerful stuff, not unlike Irish poteen, or moonshine, slug a shot and you feel like you've had molten lava.
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