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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Today we liberate ourselves with a nice big glass of Ron Blanco Liberté White Rum. First of all I’d like to say that I’m not hitting alt+e every time I need to type “Liberté” so I am not going to … Continue reading
Join us today as we attempt to get drunk on Asda Smart Price Lager. Unfortunately these bastards only come in packs of 4 and as I really don’t want to drink these, this review will mostly consist of me complaining … Continue reading
Today we are joined by La Comida White Wine. La Comida is a white wine which seems to be exclusive to Asda. It comes in a carton containing 250ml of 11% wine for £1.50, and when I say “carton” I … Continue reading
Bust out the salt and limes, because today we’re drinking tequila! My American friend is visiting his family who don’t live in Mexico, so he went to get Mexican food and drink tequila. Upon telling me this I suddenly remembered: … Continue reading
Hold on to your wallets because today we’re breaking out the expensive stuff: Grafenwalder Hefe Weissbier. Grafenwalder Hefe Weissbier is a 5% wheat beer which will set you back a whopping 99p per 500ml can. At this price, consumption of … Continue reading
Today we’ll be delving deep into the wonderful world of sub-£10 spirits with Castelgy Club Dry Gin. Castelgy is a 37.5% gin available at Lidl for £9.79. The label mentions the word “Gin” at least 8 times, and it is … Continue reading
Well here’s a review I haven’t been looking forward to: Excelsior. Excelsior is another of Lidl’s own brewed beers. This beer is a measly 3.9%, but it only costs 59p for a 500ml can, so it’s not a worthwhile complaint. … Continue reading
Next up we have some tasty, tasty beer in the form of Grafenwalder. Grafenwalder is a German beer company exclusive to Lidl. There are several different styles of beer but I’ve only ever seen two of them at my local … Continue reading