Didn't know quite how to vote. If I've been outside in the cold doing stuff I want warm or hot beverages when I come in. If I've been in the warm house all day while it's cold outside, I like cold beverages. Also, many years ago my wife and I used to get ice cream cones in the Winter and sit in the cold car to eat them. I still wouldn't mind doing that if ice cream didn't blow my stomach up so much.
I don't like most hot drinks, and I really have hot chocolate which is the only one I do like. So yeah, I drink cold drinks, mostly pop of some sort. Though my favourite is probably orange juice that has been in a fridge so it is cool without being cold. As for ice cream, eating ice cream/ice lollies in what we consider low temperatures is practically a british pasttime, and something I do quite a bit.
I don't know which one I prefer. (I like to say that I can appreciate both the warmth and the cold for what it is.) But, yeah, I don't really change my drinking habbits all that much, based on which season of the year I find myself in. I've no problem drinking hot tea during June, while in December drinking cold soda.
As a rule of thumb: Titus always likes his whiskey cold, and his hot choclate warm. :thumbsup:
I don't drink a lot of hot drinks but I do go for Chai Tea Lattes and Hot Chocolate sometimes. As for food I prefer it to be hot if its a food that needs to be cooked and just over all tastes better when hot. Such as Pizaa or hot dogs. Though I have eaten hot dogs at room temperature since they are fully cooked.
Also soda's are always best cold. I always get ice in my drinks at fast food places even if say there was a blizzard outside. Which lucky for me won't happen in Stockton California. Nearly everything might be cruddy to some extent about this town but snow is not one of them thanks to being in a inland Vally that's around 20 feet below sea level.
I still drink cold water, soda, juice etc., the same as I would any other season, but I do sometimes make a nice cup of hot chocolate. Although sometimes I drink hot chocolate in the summer too. I puffy heart that stuff.
I usually don't drink hot drinks. My grandmother used top always serve hot chocolate with my breakfast, but now that I don't visit my grandparents anymore, I usually just do water or gatorade, or very occasionally a cranberry blend. All chilled.
One added thought about beverages, I always have my wine chilled with plenty of ice in the glass, Summer or Winter. Room temperature or even barely cooled wine burns my stomach terribly, but served cold doesn't bother me at all. Ditto for soft drinks like Coke.