01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

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01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

Post by RAYC » 13:44 Mon 01 Aug 2011

10 wickets - Graham 1980
9 wickets - Churchill 1985
8 wickets - Morgan 1977
7 wickets - Smith Woodhouse Madalena 1988
6 wickets - Croft 2004 lbv
<6 wickets - gym....
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Re: 01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

Post by jdaw1 » 15:48 Mon 01 Aug 2011

Hmmm. I might prefer the Ch85 to the G80.

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Re: 01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

Post by RAYC » 15:49 Mon 01 Aug 2011

Now that the gym session is out though, it would, at this stage, be rather annoying to be left stranded on a Croft LBV!

Possibly Ch85 > G80, though i have not had G80 for well over 18 months and it was one of the first bottles to get me hooked...
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Re: 01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

Post by AHB » 23:35 Fri 05 Aug 2011

Well, having just got back from Spain and watched the highlights from the last day I bet that was a surprise - and very pleasant drinking!
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Re: 01 August - will i be drinking tonight? (and if so, what?)

Post by RAYC » 11:48 Sat 13 Aug 2011

AHB wrote:Well, having just got back from Spain and watched the highlights from the last day I bet that was a surprise - and very pleasant drinking!
It was indeed a surprise, and unfortunately the pop and pour on return from work didn't really do it justice - though the turnaround overnight was every bit as dramatic as India's capitualtion! TN here.

Sitting here, now, with India 56-4 before noon, I wonder whether i should just go ahead and decant a Morgan 1977 now!
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