Discussion in 'suburban75' started by sojourner, Jul 26, 2008.
Brandy. Im ill at the moment but getting it sorted in August
Rum, ginner, ice and lime while i procrastinate.
A Chilean beer, Nazca Rothammer IPA, bought along with other beers from European countries such as Sri Lanka and Thailand
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Veuve Clicquot, surprisingly.
Bruised mint, gin, pink grapefruit juice sieved to remove pith, tonic and ice.
Aldi's better quality French Pinot Noir.
When Titus Salt funded the building of Saltaire he forbade "beer houses"...
Mulberry gin & tonic. Basically adult ribena.
St Austell Proper Job.
herbally medicinal. I am hoping that the hops will help me sleep.
famous grouse apparently. there's not much locally that comes in half bottles
50/50 Amaretto /brandy mix
These are both great Aldi selections at the moment, although noticed today they have 8 Goose beers for £10.
I've had some of that ale.
It's very drinkable
I've got a G&T on the go.
Thomas Dakin gin, which has horseradish as one its botanicals, and fever tree tonic
We opened some cider we bought from Cheddar. Mr. QofG's likes it ..... but I think it has a mouldy aftertaste and don't like ot
So I am on very strong rum and coke, which I am not really enjoying either so maybe it's just me!
What I really fancy is a glass of red wine but I feel guilty opening a bottle just for me
Open it. You can always save the rest for cooking
Now drinking a glass of primitivo cos I'm missing being on holiday
Just had a glass of weizen korn...
...and Irn Bru. It was a dare, and actually tasted quite nice!
Eternity Brussels beer project cucumber and juniper sour beer. Pretty delicious
Just got in from work: Got a glass of Chilean Cabernet Sav. in hand and my feet up. Everything's going to be ok
Aldi Cairanne Cotes du Rhone Villages ... a bit intense when you first open the bottle, but over the next couple of days it mellows into a rich fruitiness - almost cream sherry-like - nice bit of tannin, oodles of fruit of some indiscernible variety ...
£7.99 - Aldi's decent-for-the-price Malbec and Pinot Noir which I once was happy with are a bit thin in comparison.
just for Sasaferrato - or maybe not
World's most expensive dram was a fake
I'm not sure which aspect of this story nearly got coffee all over the laptop ... several to choose !
Can of Kirin. Whilst listening to Can.
Glass or three of Malbec
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