From Bill O'Reilly's Book "Killing Patton"
Churchill was a close friend of distiller Sir Alexander Walker /Johnny Walker whiskey. The Prime Minister favored hard alcohol, with beer, being his least favorite drink. However, he abhorred drunkenness, and was rarely known to drink to excess. Churchill’s most famous incident occurred just after the war, when the British Labour politician Bessie Braddock accosted him late one night as he left the House of Commons. "Winston, you are drunk. What’s more, you are disgustingly drunk," she told him. To which Churchill replied, "Bessie, my dear, you're ugly. What’s more, you are disgustingly ugly. But tomorrow I shall be sober and you shall still be disgustingly ugly." Churchill borrowed the quote from the 1934 W.C. Fields movie It’s a Gift. It is worth noting that, despite exercising very little, if at all, and drinking so copiously, Churchill inherited a sturdy constitution. Well past his eightieth, he could still boast of a very healthy blood pressure of 140 over 80.