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#31 Atom Fireworks

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 04:10 PM

Theres a cetain brand of coffee if i have a cup i literally have the shits for atleast 24 hours depending on how many cups ive had it can last for days, Cooperman whats the brand of coffee you drink :lol: as thats the culprit !!!! ive since had it at my old mans aswell, it literally takes only 1 cup and my stomach turns inside out, however i drink over 10 cups of coffee at work per day and that brand doesnt effect me atall. :wub:

#32 Karl

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 05:32 PM

Blue WKD ATM :blush:

Gonna go get me a bottle of JD in a mo :)

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 06:20 PM

I thought this one sufficiently weird to post:
Lychee juice, tastes quite good, but only a bit at a time.
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#34 MDH

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Posted 27 October 2010 - 04:57 PM

Dumante. An expensive Italian liqueur - I've been putting it in coffee with a small amount of bailey's as well (1 cap baileys, 2 dumante). Tastes fantastic.

It should be noted that drinking anything beyond 2-3 cups of coffee a day is in fact not very good for your kidneys or liver. Take care, lads...

Edited by MDH, 27 October 2010 - 04:58 PM.


#35 dr thrust

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Posted 28 October 2010 - 08:43 PM

drinkin ice cold fosters combined with a mouthful of cadburys dairy milk chocolate, seriously chaps you dont know what yer missin :rolleyes:

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#36 knackers

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Posted 30 October 2010 - 11:07 PM

The fosters you guys get in the uk is not the same fosters we get here in au, ours is crap ! you guys get Crown larger in a fosters can, ( thats a nice beer )
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#37 c.brad

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Posted 06 November 2010 - 11:10 AM

you cant beat it "pear cider from bullmers"lovely stuff



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Posted 09 November 2010 - 08:42 PM

sugar free cloudy lemonade >.>

#39 Farnet

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Posted 26 November 2010 - 12:04 PM

Duvell or Kvak if I drink bear (it's belgium and at 8.4% very strong), as it is fantastic, although unbelievably fizzy, and I'm NEVERY had a hangover with it, and you can now get it at Tescos :D

If wine, then someone has got me liking fizzy red, which is sold in Sainsburys at the moment, yes it is strange, and I was shocked and appalled at first, but it then grows on you....

Spirits, lowland whiskey, such as Glenn Goyne, or some home brew, which I don't think I'll be allowed to discuss here (one of my previous projects, which to my wifes relief, I have stopped, as it produces something in the lines to 78% vol, with the first batch being over 90%).
Everything is poisonous if taken in the extreme.

Take time for example, have too much of it and you will eventually die....

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Posted 26 November 2010 - 06:25 PM

Duvell or Kvak if I drink bear (it's belgium and at 8.4% very strong), as it is fantastic, although unbelievably fizzy, and I'm NEVERY had a hangover with it, and you can now get it at Tescos :D


Your a lucky man. I love belgium beers, but I can have a massive hangover sometimes aftrerwards. Chimmay blue label is good (11.4%), but the other flavours are good too.
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#41 Farnet

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Posted 27 November 2010 - 07:24 PM

Your a lucky man. I love belgium beers, but I can have a massive hangover sometimes aftrerwards. Chimmay blue label is good (11.4%), but the other flavours are good too.



Chimmay blue label?!? wow, never tried that, trappest beers tend to be quite dark, that sounds very interesting, where did you get that from.... I'm very intereested.

I took my wife to Brussels many years ago and as it happened the weather was really bad, so we decided to try some of the beers, I remember the first night we realised that we may have had one too many, and we thought we had ruined the short holiday, but waking up in the morning we were both fine, if anything quite refreshed, it does show what crap they put in beer in the uk, usa etc.
Everything is poisonous if taken in the extreme.

Take time for example, have too much of it and you will eventually die....

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 06:33 PM

Chimmay blue label?!? wow, never tried that, trappest beers tend to be quite dark, that sounds very interesting, where did you get that from.... I'm very intereested.

I took my wife to Brussels many years ago and as it happened the weather was really bad, so we decided to try some of the beers, I remember the first night we realised that we may have had one too many, and we thought we had ruined the short holiday, but waking up in the morning we were both fine, if anything quite refreshed, it does show what crap they put in beer in the uk, usa etc.


Yep, true.

I got the the chimmay blue whilst in Europe. However you can get it over here too (althought the reported strength seems to differ to the stuff over there).

So have a browse here for a great selection. Click Me
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Posted 29 November 2010 - 07:12 PM

I'v tried 100 year old whiskey! When I worked for a joinery firm we had to cut some old wooden barrels in half, as I started to cut, I got a strong smell if spirits. Checking the top of the barrel was carved 'Whiskey' and 1911. A few of us sampled the bit in the bottom of the barrel....Very nice...Bit sad but there you go lol
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Posted 29 November 2010 - 07:28 PM

I'v tried 100 year old whiskey! When I worked for a joinery firm we had to cut some old wooden barrels in half, as I started to cut, I got a strong smell if spirits. Checking the top of the barrel was carved 'Whiskey' and 1911. A few of us sampled the bit in the bottom of the barrel....Very nice...Bit sad but there you go lol


Do you know how much that little sample of whiskey would have been worth, there are some 36 year old whiskeys going for over £1000.00 and some 40 - 50 year olds going for £15,000+, if that was from a famous distillery you could have 10's of thousands of pounds worth of whiskey there if not 100's... especially coming from the original barrel...... you'd have been on the news :-)

Dohhh
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#45 portfire

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 07:41 PM

There was only about half a pint, oh and the inside of the barrel was burnt!! It tasted like heaven lol...BUT Dohhh
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