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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Category Archives: Lidl
Having drank pretty much everything else in Lidl, I finally decided to go for something I’ve been avoiding: the scotch. Scotch isn’t something you really want to cheap out on, but I decided to sample their cheapest anyway. Queen Margot … Continue reading
Wow! Another yummy, yummy cider! Awesome! I had recently been having a (now fairly regular) discussion with a cider drinking friend about how all cider is shite, when instead of the usual response of “Fuck off! It’s cheap!” I was … Continue reading
On yet another journey to the ever wonderful Lidl, I came across a new gin they had in stock. I was unsure what to think as the bottle looks fairly mid/high teir, but only cost £8.99 which is an incredible … Continue reading
I was casually strolling through Lidl when I noticed a new addition to their booze aisle. Argus Premium Lager is a 5% booze costing 99p for a 500ml can. At first I wasn’t really interested in trying it, but after … Continue reading
Today we review Rachmaninoff’s shittier little brother, the 37.5% vodka. The bottle is the same as the 40% version, but everything is red instead of blue. This bottle costs £9.99 rather than £10.99. I decided to do the math and … 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
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
Nobelaner Premium Lager is Lidl’s take on the tiny crappy beers that most supermarkets sell. This beer is only available in packs of 10 250ml bottles at 4.8% for £3.99. This makes it a lot more expensive than the likes … Continue reading
Today we have fun by drinking rum! Another rum today, this time in the form of James Cook Genuine Overseas Dark Rum. James Cook is a 40% dark rum available from Lidl for £10.99, making it quite cheap for a … Continue reading