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Find most spirits a bit dire these days tbh, mainly because I have gone off them having drank them and making myself sick, perhaps if I didn't mix them they wouldnt be so bad.
I can never drink more than a couple of the same spirit(+mix) in one go. That is, I can drink a vodka-orange then a vodka-RedBull then a vodka-strawberry-juice, etc. (x2 if needbe) but I have to constantly change flavour.
Gets hopelessly boring and eventually stops going down if I don't vary it. I generally get closest to being sick \ hungover if I just drink cider - for the obvious reason that it's far more of a dehydrant than spirit-mixes.
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Not one for the 'manly' drinks then Rich
Nope. While others are drinking lager and whisky I'm unashamedly following ciders with Reefs, Bacardi Breezers etc. Couldn't give a damn TBH, and those I drink with have long since gotten bored of the tired cliches.
In fairness, Reef will get you smashed if you drink enough of it.
Go for Lager more than anything these days, or wine, can't stand most Ciders any more.
For some reason, if I'm to get remotely decently drunk I have to start with cider.
Obviously prefer to have no more than 2-3 Reefs per night, as with all drinks as I say above.
That 80% stuff should be sold more widely though. If you're at the pub and you run out of petrol , you could always start your car with it. Ridiculous stuff really.
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Mixing Cider and Vodka is the worst mistake I've yet to make in my short life
Red Goon and Powerade aint great.
Being too sugary, that is.
I've had clear ciders that've been 8-9% before now - mostly I find they just taste like white wine without the tang. I didn't particularly dislike them (and I LOVE the proper 7.3% cloudy golden scrumpy ciders - especially as they're always in abundance down here) but well... if I want white wine I have white wine.Have been put off Cider since trying some that was about 9% in terms of strength, was foul tstl.
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