Recently I traveled to a cold place and after I drank alcohol there I could feel that this consumption of alcohol kept me warm.
While feeling of coldness differs from person to person, I ask:
Is it advisable to consume alcohol to a person if he/she is feeling too cold?
I've read it's bad (Mentalfloss.com):
Alcohol is a vasodilator. It causes your blood vessels to dilate, particularly the capillaries just under the surface of your skin. When you have a drink, the volume of blood brought to the skin’s surface increases, making you feel warm. (That dilation is why slightly or exceedingly intoxicated people look flushed.) This overrides one of your body’s defenses against cold temperatures: Constricting your blood vessels, thereby minimizing blood flow to your skin in order to keep your core body temperature up.
Someone enjoying a drink in the cold may feel warmer from the extra blood warming his skin, but that blood will rapidly cool thanks to the chill in the air.