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Test your powers of persuasion for tickets to Bushmills Live

by Vincent L     12. March 2012 12:50

 

Fans of Bushmills and rough sleeping may want to head over to the brand's Facebook page where you can bag a ticket to an exclusive whiskey-orientated music festival.

 

Bushmills Live, as the name implies, will be based around watching live music while drinking Bushmills; there are definitely worse ways to spend a June weekend.

Held at the Bushmills distillery in Northern Ireland, bands will perform in the distillery buildings themselves, which is a good thing as being Ireland in June it will almost definitely rain. More...

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Ocho Curado Tequila

by Vincent L     6. March 2012 17:36

¡Atención, por favor!;  something amazing has just happened in the wonderful world of tequila, something so momentous you are simply going to have to cancel that vitally important life-saving heart surgery and give this announcement your full, undivided concentration.

Leading tequila producer Ocho has devised a new way of producing Mexico’s favourite way of getting tourists to star in humiliating photographs featuring giant sombreros. It’s called Ocho Curado and Master of Malt has got the first bottles to hit the UK, and as yet we’re the sole retailer to hold any.  More...

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We poisoned Phillip Schofield and we’re truly sorry.

by Vincent L     1. March 2012 15:21

Has anyone ever made the ring of fire joke before on This Morning? Fern Britten Perhaps?


Phillip Schofield at least was predicting a painful short-term future after sipping a shot of our 100,000 Scoville Naga Chilli vodka live on the popular breakfast show. If anything is going to give him an idea of how Gordon the Gopher felt, it's this.

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Two Days in Speyside: A Litany of Errors

by Vincent L     28. February 2012 15:57

Gareth: We clung on, fingertips buried in the soft mulch of the steep hillside as the Spey roared dark and terrible in the late afternoon light, 60 feet below.

How had it come to this? Half an hour ago we'd been enjoying the rich, dark fruit notes of a Macallan 25yo. Now we faced the very real danger of plunging to our deaths in a raging torrent. Something had gone wrong somewhere, and it was only my third day on the job. More...

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