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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by alan reed, Jul 24, 2020.
Would be when I'm at work. Hopefully come home to some good news
Woods is superb and if you fancy a spiced rum I’d recommend trying Old J Tiki Fire Spiced rum, it’s dynamite. Just over 75% proof, so if too strong try the ordinary Old J Spiced rum, half the strength but still has all the flavours.
Fire spiced rum sounds just the ticket for me. looks like a shopping trip in order for tomorrow.
Grant Leadbitter is your usual source iirc?
The term OK comes from the rum trade ...
... just in case anyone's interested.
Is that a guess or heard something?
Yes both very nice.
My spirit of choice when l first visited public houses was a navy rum.
But a question on your fave - do you mean 75% by volume. Cos 75 proof is normal strength spirit.
Anyway l hope we all charge our glass lunchtime the morn to celebrate good tidings.
I got a text saying 11am tomorrow from the same
lad who said about the split but never mentioned KLD he also said he believes it when he sees it so it’s what somebody has told him
*checks diary* - great, got nothing planned for 11am tomorrow
(or any time on any date ever)
I usually get a bottle of Woods 100 rum this time of year but haven't bothered.
I was told by a bloke who likes his rum.
"if you are into rum - look at some Clarkes Court "old grog" or "special dark" or "deadhead" or "kraken" "
Never tried them though.
Normally dont drink on a school night but f*ck it. Got another semi on now.
20 quid at Sainsburys now. Yum
I'm not a fan of kraken at all. I prefer diplomatico.
Shopping trip. We’ll be going early then.
Can you explain
If you ever get up the lakes mate get yourself upto maryport and visit the Rum museum really worth the visit
Like a few carrabean rums
Any Cuban run cheap white
Baiscly most rums
when I was younger and worked in the club
The steward got me onto
Lambs navy rum with a bit tomatoe juice drank that for a while
Until I found proper rum
Generally stick to captain Morgan spiced rum