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There is a verb drinki which means 'to drink alcohol ceremonially or for pleasure' according to reta-vortato.de. So there will be difference between Ĉu vi volas trinki meaning water or tea and Ĉu vi volas drinki meaning beer or wine. How easily this could be used in communication? How popular is drinki?

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    Keep in mind that you cannot go wrong with the Fundamental trink-. drink is a new root with a not so clear meaning which is ok in certain environments where alcohol consumption has a social importance, but you are not forced to use it. Just stick to trink and you will be correct. – Eduardo Trápani Aug 17 at 14:22
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Drinki is usually used in the meaning "to get drunk". I wouldn't use it, when you toast to something say in a gala.

You might want to take a look at a previous discussion "Trink-" versus "drink-"

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