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Rum- Braga (Republica Domenican)

Gin- Bombay Sapphire

Port- Chruchills

Vodka- Iceberg (Newfoundland)

Red Wine- Fat Bastard

White Wine- Santa Clara (Chile)

 

Whisky- Canadian Club

Whiskey- Ballantyne

Single malt- Oban

 

Champagne- Moet

Liquor- when I was like 10 I used to sneak Bols, the green one

 

Don't really drink much else besides beer.

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Red Wine – Twin Paddocks Pinot Noir (Sam Neill's winery)

White Wine – Any NZ Sav (sauvignon blanc) Anything over $20 a bottle is good enough

Posh stuff – Dom Perignon or Krug when I fly on Emirates, Moet if I have to buy it.

 

Lager – Becks in a bottle. About the only beer that always tastes the same no matter where you get it.

Ale – Timothy Taylor bitter or Cains if I'm home.

Pretend Ale – Mac's Sassy Red (NZ bitter served ice cold)

 

Vodka – Stoly in the freezer. Belvedere if I see it in Duty Free

Scotch – dinnae like it

Gin – Smells like nans

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Single Malt - Mortlach 1951

Whisky - Whyte & Mackay 30 Year Old

Whiskey - Bushmills 10 year old

Vodka - Ultimat

absinthe - Hapsburg Gold Label

Champagne - Krug

 

Beer - Chimay Red / Kasteel Blond

Cider - Old Rosie

 

I don't drink Wine or the other Spirits mentioned.

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Gin - Tanqueray

Whisky - Bowmore, Caol Ila

Tequila - José Cuervo Especial (for my Margaritas)

Rum - Havana club (for my Mojitos)

 

Beer - Often Mariestads, but don't drink much beer to be honest

 

Red wine - Loads of different ones. I seem to buy more South African than any other country though, very good value for money

White wine - Same here, loads of different ones, but Californian chardonnays and New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs are the most common, with a healthy dose of Chile and Argentina

Bubbly - Cheapo - Chapel Hill Sparkling Chardonnay, amazing value. Little bit more expensive - Cordiniu Reserva (has to be the reserva) a lovely Cava, Real champagne - I never buy it

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Red Wine: Pinot Noir --- I have a few favourites so I can't really choose just one.

White: Los Cardos' Sauv Blanc. Great stuff, but I am also a great fan of Macabeo's from Spain.

Champagne: Ugh... Not really a fan, to be honest.

 

Beer: Kasteel Brune. Also a massive fan of an estonian brew called "Puls" which is a Cherry Ale. Delicious. For a light beer? Erdinger.

 

Vodka: I like a few quite a bit, so I can't really commit to one.

Rum: Appleton Estate(Try this with Apple Juice for your new favourite drink, seriously)

Tequila: Don Julio

Whiskey/Scotch: Eww... This stuff doesn't taste good to me and it fucks me up hard.

Gin: Bombay Sapphire. Delicious.

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Single Malt - Mortlach 1951

Whisky - Whyte & Mackay 30 Year Old

Whiskey - Bushmills 10 year old

Vodka - Ultimat

absinthe - Hapsburg Gold Label

Champagne - Krug

 

Beer - Chimay Red / Kasteel Blond

Cider - Old Rosie

 

I don't drink Wine or the other Spirits mentioned.

 

That is a man who know's his whiskey.

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Red Wine : Bonarda, no particular label.

Single Malt : Springbank 1966 (Neck level has dropped by almost an inch recently, time to drink it I think).

Single Malt(Daily drink) : Glenmorangie or Glenfiddich.

Other Spirit : Becherovka (sp.)

Ale : McKewans Champion ale or Old Peculiar.

Lager : 1664 or Heineken export.

Cant get in UK : Saku (Estonian)

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Single Malt - Mortlach 1951

Whisky - Whyte & Mackay 30 Year Old

Whiskey - Bushmills 10 year old

Vodka - Ultimat

absinthe - Hapsburg Gold Label

Champagne - Krug

 

Beer - Chimay Red / Kasteel Blond

Cider - Old Rosie

 

I don't drink Wine or the other Spirits mentioned.

 

Bushmills for the whiskey? I would have red breast or Green spot or Jameson before bushmills. Greenore or Green Spot for the rare occasion.

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Bushmills for the whiskey? I would have red breast or Green spot or Jameson before bushmills. Greenore or Green Spot for the rare occasion.

 

It's a lovely Whiskey but I rarely drink Whiskey. I prefer my Whisky.

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