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Whats your drink of the week?

 
Sachin Patil
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I prefer our VB (Victoria bitter) beer here as summer approaching here in Canberra.
 
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Ah, a real beer

I still have to say mine is coffee. I have a mug with a built-in plunger, it makes it much easier to get a quality coffee in the morning.
 
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An ordinary cup of tea
 
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Earl Grey tea
 
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Masala soda(rock salt+lime+soda)
 
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Milk.
 
Dharam Singh
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Morning- hot milk or tea
afternoon-butter milk or Nandhini pista milk
evening-tea or coffee
night -beer(sometimes)

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Dharam(extremely busy)
 
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Tender coconut water.

Dharam (Busy with Golden jubilee celebrations)
 
Sachin Patil
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Me too love green tea in the morning (weekdays).
the topic should have been "drinks of the weekend".
 
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Originally posted by Sachin Patil:
I prefer our VB (Victoria bitter) beer here as summer approaching here in Canberra.
Can I just say, as someone who is still trying to warm up after just braving the kind of freezing temperatures that would make a Polar bear's wotsits shrivel, that hearing about someone enjoying a nice beer as summer approaches is very depressing indeed.

I not only have this expression-> ,but I'm also a similar colour.

At least it gives me an excuse for a wee dram, which is my drink of the week - a nice single malt. Nothing warms you up quite like one of those.... although unfortunately I feel its probably not suitable for consumption in the office. I'll just have to wait until I've fought my way through all the penguins to get home tonight.
 
Sachin Patil
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Can I just say, as someone who is still trying to warm up after just braving the kind of freezing temperatures that would make a Polar bear's wotsits shrivel, that hearing about someone enjoying a nice beer as summer approaches is very depressing indeed.

Your turn will come. We too embrace vodka or rum in chilli winter here. but I agree Its our time......... enjoy.......
 
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Maybe some South African wine
 
Sachin Patil
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Originally posted bu Stuart Ash
Maybe some South African wine
Name one. I am not familiar of those and moreover Could you tell us from what part of the universe are you from?
 
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South Africa currently has 100 200 hectares under vines for wine production. The 2005 harvest is estimated at 593.1 million litres, down from the 2004 figure of 696.80 million litres.
South Africa produces 3,1% of the world's wine and ranks as number nine in overall volume production.

South Africa wines
If you havn't tasted South African wine then you havn't tasted wine.
Taste Meerlust, Vergelegen, Klein Constantia, Rustenberg
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Dharam(drinking tea in VS)

[ November 21, 2005: Message edited by: Dharam Singh ]
[ November 21, 2005: Message edited by: Dharam Singh ]
 
Sachin Patil
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South Africa currently has 100 200 hectares under vines for wine production. The 2005 harvest is estimated at 593.1 million litres, down from the 2004 figure of 696.80 million litres.
South Africa produces 3,1% of the world's wine and ranks as number nine in overall volume production.

Man........... As the font looks like. I really missed SA Wine.
Sorry but I was under impression that only france and australia are the producers (I mean major) of the wine. Any way, I am not a real wine fan but I love the wine from Barossa valley. just amazing. I was reaaly impressed and bit depressed pls use small fonts I ram really scared of those.
 
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I'm usually a drinker of French wine, but I wanna try some SAWine, hence the desire As for my place in the universe, that will be a mystery for a while.

 
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Anyone tried Yak's milk???
 
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Jello shooters!
 
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Last week, was a cold glass of Tang
 
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Hot chocolate
 
Sameer Jamal
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Originally posted by Stuart Ash:
Anyone tried Yak's milk???


I've tried tibetian tea which is actually made from Yak's milk, it tastes good.
 
Stuart Ash
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Originally posted by Sameer Jamal:


I've tried tibetian tea which is actually made from Yak's milk, it tastes good.


I'm told it's very thick. Hope it's not yuck!

 
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Cappucino with double expresso
 
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