Jack Reynolds is 105-years-old and he’ll take his whisky with lemonade, thank you very much!
According to Metro UK, it’s a pour of whiskey in his morning tea and then two shots of Grouse scotch in a glass of lemonade nightly. “If we’ve got a cold or anything he straight away gives us a whisky, that’s his medicine and it’s not done him bad,” his daughter Jane Reynolds said.
Reynolds hasn’t slowed down after his 100th birthday. In the past five years, he’s snagged some Guinness records like becoming the oldest person to ride a rollercoaster at 104. He’s also the oldest person to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge back when he was 102. Take that ALS.
His daughter added that it’s his daily routine, staying around young people, and the whiskey that has kept him going all these years.
Sure, the whiskey might help, but also take a gander at our list of 100 ways to make it to 100-years-old as well, in case spirits aren’t your thing.