Booze Review currently pours most drinks into a glass to allow everybody to see the appearance of the drink, however drinking straight from the can or bottle is clearly the much boozier way.
Would you prefer future boozes to be consumed straight from the original container and not see the drink, or continue using glasses?
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Monthly Archives: February 2013
This was an unexpected edition of Booze Review. Once again in SuperValu, I noticed a lonesome can in their reduced booze bin. This tiny can of Smirnoff Vodka & Cranberry was severely dented, but as the liquid inside probably wasn’t … Continue reading
I was in the booze shop when I noticed something in the wine section which I hadn’t seen before. A 1.8 litre bottle of white wine. Upon closer inspection I then saw that this wine was only 7.5%. I can’t … Continue reading
The second part of the Dragon Soop trilogy is Sour Apple. The Sour Apple flavour is the same as the Herbal Fusion drink, costing £2.99 for a 500ml can of 8% drink, however this time it’s a lovely green colour. … Continue reading
Today we have a bottle of Western Gold Straight Old Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey Sour Mash. Western Gold is a bourbon made for Lidl. This bourbon is 40% and costs £12.19, so it’s quite low priced, although this is probably reflected … Continue reading
Stowells Chenin Blanc is a boxed wine purchased from SuperValu’s booze bin. Normally costing £20.39, this 3 litre box of 12.5% white wine cost only £10. As of today the wine is 3 months past the expiration date, but I’m … Continue reading
Dragon Soop is an energy drink with vodka. After the last one I reviewed, I didn’t think I would buy any more of them, however this one is 8%, which is a surprisingly high alcohol level here, so I felt … Continue reading
Did I ever mention that I hate cider? Because I really fucking hate cider. As cheap as it is, I can never bring myself to drink it. It smells unsafe and tastes like apple juice where something has gone horribly … Continue reading
Today we make a long overdue journey back to Lidl to sample their fine Vodka Rachmaninoff. Vodka Rachmaninoff comes in two varities: 37.5% for £9.99 and 40% for £10.99. I decided to spend the extra £1 and reclaim the missing … Continue reading