You're marooned on an island, and a container load of booze washes up…
Oooooh. tricky one.
Plenty of water you say, but no mention of food on the island. Also, no fridge, so whatever it is, it would have to be drinkable warm.
If that’s the case, then I’d go for either red wine, or water cooler water so I can make an even betterer raft than the one on the neighbouring island that was made with cheap cider.Posted 9 months ago
Island with water? I’ve seen this on the telebox. These sort of islands are heavily populated with turkey, and obviously fish.
So, then I’m going Bourgogne then. The lot – reds and whites.Posted 9 months ago
Failing that, Japanese whisky – the lot. I think this is an unexplored area for me and i’ll have plenty of time.willardMember
Johnx2, of course, how silly of me! In that case, I would have to go for something dry and white, but hope that, against all odds, the gentle lapping of the surf could chill it enough to be palatable.
After all, one should not lower oneself to the wrong wine, one would get thrown from a train.Posted 9 months ago
Is the container refridgerated?
No, but you do get
a free-flowing mountain stream
I’d want several barrels of Hopback Summer Lightning, a metric f-tonne of selected single malts, not too peaty and a plentiful supply of Scottish springwater.
Well, that’s nice, but you can only have one thing (only one malt if that’s your thing). It could be a Scottish island though for your spring water needs.Posted 9 months ago
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