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Old 12-21-2015, 17:17   #46
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Exactly. In SA we get a few types but the best are Schwepps or Canada Dry, if you can find it.
Heck.....when I was in SA all I drank was "cane and orange" and the odd glass of red wine to go with all the meat we shot.

That cane and orange hit the spot quite nicely.
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Old 12-21-2015, 17:28   #47
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Heck.....when I was in SA all I drank was "cane and orange" and the odd glass of red wine to go with all the meat we shot.

That cane and orange hit the spot quite nicely.
You were shooting with gentlemen Flagg. The reprobates tipple of choice is Klipdrift (Klippies) and Coke. A not very good brandy that inspires confidence even in the meekest people. Hence the Afrikaans saying, Bradewyn het nie brieke nie or Brandy has no brakes.
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Bundaberg was available at the local Costco and was good stuff. Strong ginger ale/ginger beer with rum tastes like cream soda and goes down way too easily for its own good.
Thus the Appleton's Black Molasses Cask Strength Rum (almost as heavy as a good Gunpowder Rum) - the ginger flavor blends very well without taking the true rum flavor out, you will NOT mistake it for anything else, in sailing circles it's sometimes called a Dark and Stormy.
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