Discussion in 'General' started by sp4nky, 15 Apr 2012.
...and now I want a steak.
Yesterday notice one of my local liquor stores has a Well's Banana Bread Beer. Yum.
Fevertree ginger beer and Kraken Rum.
Fevertree is too spicy/strong for my taste tbh need find one a bit milder.
Tried Fentiman's or Bundaberg?
...it's also fairly easy to make yourself tbh.
RedBull™....... lots of it
Always partial to Canada Dry and Jameson's. cold as you can make it.
Tastes so smooth, almost like a good cider on your tongue.
Old Speckled Hen.
Glenlivet Founder's Reserve, 'cos it was on offer for £25. Pretty drinkable, and surprisingly fruity!
Hennessy and coke. Can't go wrong with it.
Well, the Glenlivet somehow disappeared from the bottle, so...
Auchentoshan single-malt, aged in American oak casks. Cheaper than the Glenlivet at £20 (now £22, for some reason) but with positive reviews.
Must've been defective, for it it leak/evaporate away like that...
Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva I got for my birthday.
The most amazing rum I've ever had.
That stuff is awesome. If you're a rum guy also try out Zacapa Centenario 23 - I don't think either of them are better than the other, but they're both just... hnnnnrrrrggggh
I've got a bottle of Colombian rum. No idea who makes it will have to check. I don't drink, which was kinda weird. I guess my wife couldn't find anything else lol. I'm definitely going to have a tipple when I go away, as I have some nice fat Colombian cigars to go with it
5 free bottles of Saxby 3 point 9 cider, yum!
...only took the wife taking 38kg of apples from our tree to their farm...
Can anyone suggest a cider with a really strong flavour and I do mean really strong, given that I never really got my sense of taste back following throat cancer treatment? Beer is now absolutely foul but I can get a reasonable pleasurable taste from cider but it tends to be weak.
That chav stuff? white lightning I think it's called.
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