todays find in the booze aisle
while perusing the booze aisle in my local somerfield i came across boxes of perry. just like wine boxes
are you scared now?
cowers in the corner
amke the bad thing go away mummy
Current Mood: replete
Current Music: Channel Five
The Old Rosie and Westons Vintage CIDAH that Mr A and I were partaking of on Friday in The Tyburn on Edgware Road were of a similar alcoholic nature and were also from a bag that was happily constrained within a box.
By a process of extrapolation:
Wine Flavoured Liquid in a Box - generally not bad
CIDAH Flavoured Liquid in a Box - pretty damn good
So for all values of Booze + 1, goodness = goodness(booze)+1
Perry Flavoured Liquid in a Box - really quite lovely indeed, old chap.
Where Perry = CIDAH + n, where n>=1
Exeunt, pursued by a bear.
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I find that the silver foil bags are preferable to those used by the local coroner. Whilst both watertight, I would suggest the former probably does less to taint the flavour.
Bag-in-box booze generally keeps better than other resealed containers due to taking in little air until almost empty. If the quality of the booze you stick in it starts of rought as sandblaster to the anus then the method of presentation can do little to rectify this.
Hmm, cider with eau de corpse...
Well, I can't see it tasting any worse than some of the ciders you get at the GBBF?!
Bag in a box - a good thing. Unlike the 2 litre bottles, the cider/perry doesn't oxidise readily and so keeps longer and tastes better.