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Thread: O/T What's your favourite non alcoholic beverage?

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    O/T What's your favourite non alcoholic beverage?

    Mine's peppermint tea. Drink it even when it's gone cold in the cup/mug. So refreshing chilled on a hot summer's day......whenever that will be!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Mine's peppermint tea. Drink it even when it's gone cold in the cup/mug. So refreshing chilled on a hot summer's day......whenever that will be!

    Ginger Ale

    I do like an Iced Coffee on a summer morning when I have a hangover. If you had told me I would say that 20 years ago I'd have laughed.

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    Kombucha. Love the stuff, especially ginger.

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    Carling 😂😂😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by villamiller View Post
    Carling ����������
    He's got a point.

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    oxo and bovril together with lots of white pepper

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    Tetley's (tea) or home made milky coffee (I think they call them lattes these days ). Never been a big consumer of cold drinks, even on hot days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by villamiller View Post
    Carling 😂😂😂😂😂
    I was walking through the park last night and I saw an opened can of Carling thrown on the grass, so I picked it up and it was half full, and as people I know had told me it tastes like p**s I thought I'd have a swig.......and they were right😳

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    Black cherry milk shake with bacon from five guys is possibly the greatest drink ever.

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    Tomato and basil cuppa soup with pepper, Worcestershire sauce and grated red Leicester cheese. Sometimes washed down with a pork scratching, cheese sandwich. Loverly.

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