Yes, if you're like me and a purist, you have to at least try them neat before you add any mixer as it would be sacrilege otherwise and you get to enjoy the flavour etc! ;) Here's a description of the Passion Fruit one: Passionfruit Flavoured Vodka With an exotic flavour mix of passionfruit and orange blossom, this vodka is a perfect fit for any occasion. Absolut Passionfruit is made exclusively from natural ingredients, and unlike other flavoured vodkas, it doesn't contain any added sugar, making it perfect for mixing. It can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks or added to a wide selection of drinks and cocktails to enhance the taste.Serving suggestion: Simply pour over ice, add tonic or lemonade and garnish with a lemon wedge - or use it in any of your favourite vodka cocktails. Brands like Southern Comfort and JD Honey etc are actually liqueurs with whisky but not in this case. Hope this helps! (y)
are the flavored one sweet like a liqeuor ? to be drunk neat
Sorry just that they will be growing them on illegal land that someone else own's
"Political upset?" (lol) (lol) (lol)
I think it's well within expectations to be informed on where a product is produced/grown so that people can make an informed decision before purchasing.
Wow, didn't expect so much political upset when I posted a deal for lovely medjoul dates at a really good price! They look to be the same as these sold by a different retailer @ £4.99 https://thegreenberry.co.uk/products/king-medjoul?variant=36503671406744¤cy=GBP&utm_medium=product_sync&utm_source=google&utm_content=sag_organic&utm_campaign=sag_organic&gclid=Cj0KCQjw5auGBhDEARIsAFyNm9E__3Zd1HirvDGPHoTKWvA_W3fEyRhgU6mMgAd1TTMojo3n4KJyiqQaAocbEALw_wcB As long as they're not grown in France, I'm going to enjoy them! (lol)
Nice dates from isreal lol
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I've used this Formil non bio wash quite a lot recently as its always their best ppw (price per wash) however my machine has suffered from increased build up and needed cleaned more often. Clothes wise it performs well at 30/40.
Are you normally awake at 4am?
Thanks Ocean. Afternoon from the capital everyone! (y)
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I hope this is a troll, cannot be normal for sure (lol)
So I watched videos on how to check last night (lol) apparently, the white spotlight bit should be a creamy yellow and it should be firm, dark and symmetrical. It should he a dull, not shiny colour. Also don't get one with the stalk still on it - that's a sign it didn't pull away easy because it wasn't ready to be picked. Lastly, check how heavy it is compared to other watermelons the same size. The heavier ones ate better because they contain more water.
I usually see people knocking them. I go for darker coloured watermelon that are symmetrical and then I leave them to sit in the kitchen for about 3 days before cutting open. Usually that combination works for me.
I never know if watermelons are ripe so I'm put off buying them
I agree about the mushrooms - got a pack today. An excellent price :D (The Sugardrop tomatoes were delicious when previously on offer @ 65p)
The large flat mushrooms (4 in a pack) are really good value. Tomatoes are really tasty.
M&S also have a number of white and red wines reduced to £4.25 (e.g. Weather Station Shiraz and Chenin Blanc). These are on offer at multiple London stores so suggest it is probably nationwide. Shelf tickets are indistinguishable from normal price so look carefully!!
The Sugar Drop tomatoes (140g) we bought there last month @ 65p were delicious. Decided to save some of the seeds and plant them. Now we have lots of healthy seedlings and small plants. Hopefully, they'll produce more tomatoes! :D The Sharon Fruits are packs of 3 - got some yesterday. Heat, OP!
Thank you for posting I’m heading to M&S today. The tomato’s on offer are amazing and a good weight. Flat mushrooms are always fantastic but everything tasted better in M&S usually. Heat from me
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No, what I mean is 5% acetic acid concentration vinegar (most household vinegars you find in the supermarket). No one has 100% vinegar - check the label on the bottle. You can buy higher concentration vinegars out there, but too high an acid content and it’ll kill everything including your plant.
What I'm saying is that you recommended "2L water, 200-300ml 5% vinegar". 200-300 ml vinegar in 2L water is 10-15%, not 5%. Or am I missing something? (If I am, others will to).
Or to monetise something that is easily made.
... which is why "artificial" pestisides (and fertilisers) were invented. To make it better, more productive, more effective.
Didn't realise it was an offer, ordered this yesterday as my non-greenfingered attempt at veg is going well except for the one cucumber plant covered in aphids. Which I sprayed off, but need something longer term to keep them away. Here's hoping...