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Absolut Swedish Vodka 1l at Tesco for £20
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Absolut Swedish Vodka 1l at Tesco for £20

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Hahaha, heat Doc cheers 🍻
Stick it in a spray bottle and spray surfaces, every now and then spray it in your mouth. Makes homework go quickly and blurry.
Edited by: "SomnambuIist" 7th Mar
Bought this £16 a couple of weeks ago on Amazon so just lukewarm from me. Wish bought more than one but I would've ended up drinking them all in one go
Edited by: "mailmikey" 7th Mar
If you visit the local and the hand wash facilities are out of order in the gents ,just ask a friendly stranger to hold it for you since you can't wash your hands.
plodging07/03/2020 11:52

If you visit the local and the hand wash facilities are out of order in …If you visit the local and the hand wash facilities are out of order in the gents ,just ask a friendly stranger to hold it for you since you can't wash your hands.


During the mad cow disease panic, I was passing by Hampstead and did exactly what you suggest...the fellow who happened to be there was really friendly. He was willing to go an extra mile while holding and offered a massage but I was in a hurry. Londoners are so friendly people.
mailmikey07/03/2020 10:06

Bought this £16 a couple of weeks ago on Amazon so just lukewarm from me. …Bought this £16 a couple of weeks ago on Amazon so just lukewarm from me. Wish bought more than one but I would've ended up drinking them all in one go


When I need to stock up with spirits I buy from Grau online, it's a Spanish company that delivers to the UK. It's much cheaper there and even when you pay delivery charges works out cheaper. Sometimes they even offer 50% off on deliveries
roehampton07/03/2020 12:47

When I need to stock up with spirits I buy from Grau online, it's a …When I need to stock up with spirits I buy from Grau online, it's a Spanish company that delivers to the UK. It's much cheaper there and even when you pay delivery charges works out cheaper.


How do you swerve the excise duty and VAT? Or do you just close your eyes and hope for the best?
LesD07/03/2020 14:11

How do you swerve the excise duty and VAT? Or do you just close your eyes …How do you swerve the excise duty and VAT? Or do you just close your eyes and hope for the best?


Neither. It's an online shop like any. I pay for the goods and delivery and they deliver. if there was an issue they wouldn't deliver it to the UK.
roehampton07/03/2020 14:18

Neither. It's an online shop like any. I pay for the goods and delivery …Neither. It's an online shop like any. I pay for the goods and delivery and they deliver. if there was an issue they wouldn't deliver it to the UK.


Excise Duty

Excise duty is due when buying online alcoholic beverages such as beer, wines and spirits or tobacco products from a European Union Member State.

It is the responsibility of the seller to pay the Excise Duty due in the Member State where the goods are being sent to. For that purpose, he has to be registered, as far as Excise Duty is concerned, in the Member State of destination of the goods. In most Member States the seller needs to appoint a tax representative in the Member State of destination who ensures the duty payment in the latter.

Excise Duty must be paid regardless of the quantity and even if the goods are a gift.

You should therefore expect the price you pay to reflect the payment of duty. If the price is very low, duty has probably not been paid.

If the seller does not pay the Excise Duty the goods can be seized by customs on arrival or you as the buyer may be held liable to pay the excise duties. Therefore verify with the seller if he ensures the excise duty payment in the Member State of destination.
LesD07/03/2020 14:30

Excise DutyExcise duty is due when buying online alcoholic beverages such …Excise DutyExcise duty is due when buying online alcoholic beverages such as beer, wines and spirits or tobacco products from a European Union Member State.It is the responsibility of the seller to pay the Excise Duty due in the Member State where the goods are being sent to. For that purpose, he has to be registered, as far as Excise Duty is concerned, in the Member State of destination of the goods. In most Member States the seller needs to appoint a tax representative in the Member State of destination who ensures the duty payment in the latter.Excise Duty must be paid regardless of the quantity and even if the goods are a gift.You should therefore expect the price you pay to reflect the payment of duty. If the price is very low, duty has probably not been paid. If the seller does not pay the Excise Duty the goods can be seized by customs on arrival or you as the buyer may be held liable to pay the excise duties. Therefore verify with the seller if he ensures the excise duty payment in the Member State of destination.


Ok, I'll make sure I ask the next time, and if the price is low, I'll ask them to make it more expensive.
One shot a day (in the morning, afternoon and evening) keeps coronavirus away.

Thats 3 shots a day, you ok hun?
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