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    Bourbon is dire. Gin is an old spinster's drink, best drunk when crying on the stairs.
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    Bourbon is poor, yeah, but Southern Comfort is
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    There's something called Scotch. It has flavour ffs.

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    Can only tolerate scotch with Red Bull myself.


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    Scotch > Bourbon >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Southern Comfort

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    Scotch > Bourbon >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Southern Comfort
    Agree.

    Drambuie is also good for a freezing night, just before bed. Especially if you're out with a few bros in the bush, hunting, fishing etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Agree.

    Drambuie is also good for a freezing night, just before bed. Especially if you're out with a few bros in the bush, hunting, fishing etc.

    I'm envious that you do that tbh. Having a wee one puts a halt to that sort of thing for a while...not that I've ever done much hunting, but plenty of fishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    I'm envious that you do that tbh. Having a wee one puts a halt to that sort of thing for a while...not that I've ever done much hunting, but plenty of fishing
    Yip. Haven't done it myself in a while. Went down to Stewart Island last year and went bush for a while, but didn't do any hunting. No - have to be with certain mates of mine who are into that sort of thing. Haven't done it in a while, but have stayed at a few backcountry huts since I've been back in NZ. Thinking of attacking the seven-day Dusky Track this summer. Might get through a whole bottle on that bad-boy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Yip. Haven't done it myself in a while. Went down to Stewart Island last year and went bush for a while, but didn't do any hunting. No - have to be with certain mates of mine who are into that sort of thing. Haven't done it in a while, but have stayed at a few backcountry huts since I've been back in NZ. Thinking of attacking the seven-day Dusky Track this summer. Might get through a whole bottle on that bad-boy!
    We went to Stewart Island for an Easter booze cruise when I was at Otago on a fishing boat called the Deep Star. Good time actually. We got invited to the Easter Hop by some locals at the pub so spent a great night with all the Stewart Islanders at the Town Hall. Caught a ****load of blue cod on the way there and back too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    We went to Stewart Island for an Easter booze cruise when I was at Otago on a fishing boat called the Deep Star. Good time actually. We got invited to the Easter Hop by some locals at the pub so spent a great night with all the Stewart Islanders at the Town Hall. Caught a ****load of blue cod on the way there and back too
    I'm a big fan of Stewart Island and the hospitality you get down there, but even considering that; it sounds like you fell on your feet down there. Blue cod too... pretty damn good fishing by the sounds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    I'm a big fan of Stewart Island and the hospitality you get down there, but even considering that; it sounds like you fell on your feet down there. Blue cod too... pretty damn good fishing by the sounds!
    Yep... good time had by all. Man, I could do with a holiday like that right about now. Ah well, got a mate's stag weekend at Mt Maunganui in about a month to look forward to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    Scotch > Bourbon >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Southern Comfort
    Scotch is 'orrible, TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Scotch is 'orrible, TBH.

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    'Tis, I is afraid.









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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    'Tis, I is afraid.









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    You started it

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