Tell me about the good cheap wines you have discovered. Nothing over $20.00 please. ($850 CND)
Ah, the drink of choice among state school alcoholic sorority sisters. Ever funnel a bottle? Not the nicest morning after.jtfortin said:
MD 20/20 has many fruit flavored wines, all of which taste like whatever fruit is listed mixed with turpentine. They can be found for ~ $2.00 ...Yummy
I may need Donk's help on the names but popular choices at my university were: Miramichi Magic, Great White or Brights (there may have been others). Then someone got the brillant idea of mixing one of these or Alcool with grape juice in a huge garbage can. EEEWwwwwwwwKMateja said:
Ah, the drink of choice among state school alcoholic sorority sisters. Ever funnel a bottle? Not the nicest morning after.
My memories are so foggy I forgot about Hermits, or what it just wishful thinking!donk said:JMF, what about hermits or black castle. I have only heard how good they are. The alcools with kool aid brings back memories too. (very foggy ones but they are there)
Sad to admit it, but I am very familiar with cisco....Mastiff said:Anyone ever heard of Cisco?
It's supposedly a wine, but it tastes like grain alcohol with bad artifical flavorings... and the alcohol content is around 22%
People at my school called it "liquid crack".
If this is for your bribe to NHPlanner, I'd recommend Mad Dog or Night Train. He and I went to the same planning school, but I was a few years ahead of him, so I haven't tipped any back with him. I do recall, however, that Mad Dog was popular with the planners.El Guapo said:Tell me about the good cheap wines you have discovered. Nothing over $20.00 please. ($850 CND)
Yeah it was big at UW-Zero too. I vaguely recall having to call a girl I knew to come over and take my contact lenses out for me.Bullwinkle said:
I do recall, however, that Mad Dog was popular with the planners.