Wray and Nephew

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ADC
Book Reviewer
#2
No. Is it good? Rocket fuel perhaps? Burns out the stomach lining?
 
#3
Yeh, I've sampled it..... then woke up two days later. The alternative to paraffin; surely someone put a match to it!
 
#4
Yes, they do a selection if memory serves me. Needs to be sipped, otherwise you have trouble breathing. I believe it's actually recommended for cooking (or that could be a different brand, perhaps) due to the high alcohol content.

I preferred some Austrian rum, the name escapes me at the moment, but that was 80% and was a dark colour. (edited to add - STROH 80)
http://www.stroh.co.uk/stroh/verwendung/shooter_e.html

The trouble with the high octane rums is that it's very easy to get a splitting headache (even before the hangover) and your guts feel as though they've been wrenched apart for most of the following day.
 
#6
Drank it while in Jamaica, i say drank..i took a sip and thought of the hottest vindaloo in liquid form mixed with caustic soda!!!
 
#7
My mate's brought me some rum back from The Cayman Islands, I haven't had a chance to pick it up yet, but he reckons it's like 80% Malibu.
Cooool!!
 

BBear

LE
Kit Reviewer
#8
It's brill! We found it in an offy in Bedford, a litre for a princely sum of 15 quid.

A mate and I sat down to try it; 3 hours later, and as pissed as irish bishops, about half the bottle was gone. Fantastic! Woke up, felt rather poorly, so back on it. For the next two days. Brilliant. :D
 
#12
The label looks familiar but I cant remember 1990..... just called a mate in the UK, he cant remember 1990 either, but the label looked familiar. Now where did I leave 93, 94 and 96.




W@nker just called me back to make sure it was me that called, bit peaved at my call apparently.
 
#13
The only drink I've drunk that literally left me speechless. Great stuff, just don't drink it neat!
 
#15
Fair one. But even diluted it knocks you over. There's also the added benefit of actually being able to breathe!
 

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