ceebeecates4: I have an issue with the way that the table is arranged. The drinks on the far left (sitting in the alkali group) should be highly reactive (read:mixable) and rarely found alone. Ciders are neither. Additionally, the far right side of the table, where the noble gasses usually sit should have liquor that are rarely (if ever) mixed : Single Malt Scotch, Aquavit, etc.The first period (row) should consist of the most basic drinks : Vodka on the far left and 2 buck chuck (Charles Shaw) on the far right. The second period should consist of the most abundant liquors (tequila, dark rum, light rum, whiskey, gin, vermouth) sitting where carbon, oxygen, nitrogen generally sit.
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