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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by rumblefish, Nov 9, 2009.
Did it nearly kill you?
By your title, are you referring to the brand of Scotch, Sheep Dip??
No, that is ok stuff.
Hard to say. I made the rounds of the neighborhood bars that night, and had quite a few beers, the Slivovitz, and a couple of Martinis. I'm not sure which of them gave me a rough morning the next day.
It was the Slivo.
I agree completely... my one and only Slivo experience ranks among the top three worst experiences in my drinking life.
Slivo sounds too close to Brasso. Best stay away from it.
Werd. Only drink that ever made me black out....
Wild Irish Rose. A cheap, nasty wine that I used to drink before I knew better. I had heard, at that point, that it was impossible to become physically sick if you lay on your back. It was after drinking most of a bottle of this stuff that I discovered that this is not true.
Black out?! I definitely don't want to try it now.
Wow! That was pretty bad. Sounds like my Potcheen experience.
Ballantine scotch. Stay away.
Matt Helm will be mad at you.
30 years ago, the 25 year old stuff was pretty good. I haven't even looked at it since then. College Friend's Mom's boy toy had a bottle. Hey, that's what he was...
It makes original Listerine seem tasty.
A co-worker of mine brought me a bottle of Mescal that he told me cost 12 peso's. That works out to less than a dollar for 750 ml of blindness in a bottle. I did try it though and used the rest as solvent. The taste was about what you would have expected.
Blindness in bottle! lol lol lol
Obviously you have never tasted Cynar. That stuff makes Ballantine's seem like fine aged scotch.
Wow! That would be 55 years old today. I would try it.
They use the seeds too?? That explains the sheer wretchedness of it then I think. Probably has a little acetone or something in it then for that extra jolt of "flavor". :eeek:.