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21:55 : 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

Poll #534851 perry

perry in boxes?

good idea
13(72.2%)
bad idea
5(27.8%)

are you scared now?

yes
4(26.7%)
no
4(26.7%)
run away
0(0.0%)
cowers in the corner
0(0.0%)
amke the bad thing go away mummy
2(13.3%)



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From:aca
Date:20050718 22:43 (UTC)
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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.
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From:rjw1
Date:20050718 23:00 (UTC)
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a fresh body bag might not be so bad. but you certainly wouldnt want to use a recycled one for your booze containment.
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From:m31andy
Date:20050719 10:31 (UTC)
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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.

Mmmmm!
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From:rjw1
Date:20050719 10:47 (UTC)
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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?!


indeeed. nothign like a bit of extra taste :)

Unlike the 2 litre bottles, the cider/perry doesn't oxidise readily and so keeps longer and tastes better.

depends on how quickly you drink it obvioulsy

It was surprisingly cheap too.
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