Plain old run of the mill Iced Tea ...
... A dark beer called "Blast Furnace" from The Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh PA. I drive 2 and a half hours to get 2 growlers filled with it. The smell, the individual tastes in it, the head on it...pure heaven.
mmm ... Ice Tea.
Heavy ice, not those LARGE ice cubes, but the small ones that melt in 5 seconds in your mouth.
Growlers ... reminds me ... *excuse me as i reminisce* At my favorite watering hole (El Paso TX Jaxon's Restaurant & Brewery), they serve some a-MAZ-ing beers. Chihuahua Brown Ale was my #1 favorite. Our collection of 5 growlers at 2 liters each supplied me and my pals enough for a fun Friday night for only $10 each
What's my favorite drink?
To wake up - fresh roasted, fresh ground coffee (i found that if i preheat my water to super-hot temps by filtering through my coffee machine and THEN a second time through the coffee grounds - it's WAY better!
Throughout the day, high high quality H2O.
To beat the summertime heat or at restaurant - Ice Tea.
To unwind after a long day - any one of a fine selection of imported beers: Chimay Ale, Dogfish Head IPAs, db double black stout, Old Growler (Great Britain), Maredsous Belgian Abbey Ale (10,8 & 6 %alc.), Arrogant Bastard Ale, Stone IPA, Paulaner ... mmmm ... or my classical Heineken (dark preferred).
(after reading my list, I seem like an ancoholic, but an just a connoisseur)