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    Right people, i'm drinking on a budget AGAIN tonight, so 4 litres of strongbow it is. I got far too drunk on strongbow last night though so don't really wanna taste it again.

    Does anyone know of any nice things to drink it with?

    Tried and tested or inventive, I don't mind

    Let me know what works for you!!
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    Why not just get woodpecker instead?

    either that or... Ice :cool:

    edit: White storm! It's beautiful. £3 = 3litres. 7.5%
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    blackcurrent squash completly takes the taste away
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    Blackcurrant or Lime cordial I spose..
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    If you were drinking good cider, you'd not need a mixer :puke:
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    (Original post by Antimatter)
    If you were drinking good cider, you'd not need a mixer :puke:
    Good cider costs money dear!
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    (Original post by 1721)
    blackcurrent squash completly takes the taste away
    It does, I've tried that and orange squash but i fancied a change

    payday is still 2 weeks away and i have £11 left!
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    cider blue wkd and coke, it tastes like haribo :ahee:
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    Just mix it with lager and have a snakebite
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    (Original post by Millmill)
    It does, I've tried that and orange squash but i fancied a change

    payday is still 2 weeks away and i have £11 left!
    blackcurrent is different from orange:rolleyes:
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    Buy some mega cheap whitelightning/whitestorm cider, its like £2 for a 2L bottle and 8% vol or something!
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    Blackcurrent.

    When drinking on a budget is there any other way apart from a good ol Cider & Black!
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    (Original post by 1721)
    blackcurrent is different from orange:rolleyes:
    Yeah, i said I've tried that (blackcurrant) and orange squash (orange)


    Oooh the coke blue wkd and cider combo sounds fun!

    Promis you arent lying to trick me into making a disgusting drink then having to drink it coz it's all i have?!
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    I have a radical new thought for you...

    Try not drinking until you can afford it?
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    wait until you can get Bulmers pear cider, until then, no cider... or Gaymers!

    In fact why doesn't my Sainsbury's stock Gaymers cider? I found like four bottles in our cupboard from years ago, I really liked it, but I can't find any...
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    Was just introduced to this last night, and I'm the same, drink cider because I'm drinking on a budget but the taste gets sickening quickly! Mix with cherryade. Cheap cherryade, you get cans up here that are like 30p, Barrs Cherryade, although any will do. One can per 2l bottle. Surprisingly VERY nice, covers the not nice taste cider can have after a while. Another one I done the other night is fresh orange, although it was like half cider half fresh orange. Tasted like sherbet. Interesting, maybe worth a try. But Cherryade all the way tbh!
 
 
 
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