Do Canadians drink Canadian Club?

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  1. mesh

    mesh Active Member

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    its good gear with dry ginger ale and ice !
     
  2. Gumby

    Gumby New Member

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    good question.
    i'd say probably yes.

    also, let it be known that australians dont drink fosters. we export that shit for a reason man.
     
  3. Gumby

    Gumby New Member

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    what about Jamaicans? do they drink jamaican rum?

    and do the irish drink irish whiskey?

    pressing global issue you have bought up here mesh.
     
  4. mesh

    mesh Active Member

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    they are pressing, I demand a commission :beers:
     
  5. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    As regards rum and whiskey - the answer is yes...

    Especially the whiskey.

    And the rum.
     
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    i think thats doing more damage to your international relationships..
    i mean, if an Ozzie was having an argument with any other nationality, the other party can also bring up the "You guys made fosters" card, which is worse than beeing responsble for the Holocaust and Celine Dion...
    :gpeace: :monkey:
     
  7. Gumby

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    cant argue with that logic gordo!
     
  8. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Fosters = WMD.

    Only reason you don't get invaded is because the Scots Guard refuse to go anywhere with such crap beer :teeth:
     
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    Indi Tha Original ThreadKilla!

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    What's Canadian Club? Is that like John Roledex with a hangover or summink?
     
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    deadaelus Laughter in the Slaughter

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    Canadian Club is gross. It is ghetto whiskey. Its the kind of thing that high school kids drink. I would say that Crown Royal, Gibson's Finest or Forty Creek are better choices.
     
  11. mesh

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    this is the feedback I needed!! How about your fellow countrymen? Same view ...?
     
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    deadaelus Laughter in the Slaughter

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    For the most part Canadian Club is one of the "cheap" whiskeys. The masses that enjoy Canadian Club also drink: Weiser's, Alberta Premium, & Golden Wedding. I am not sure if you recognize any of those brands...

    The general populus of people that drink the cheap whiskeys are minors & daily alcoholics.
     
  13. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Poles mostly drink the local vodka. Above a certain price, vodka is vodka - it should all taste exactly the same (flavoured vodkas taste different for obvious reasons but they are never expensive). With expensive vodkas you're paying even more for the marketing than with whiskey (you don't keg vodka for 21 years and you don't lose the 'angel' cut). Export vodkas like Belvedere are exactly that - they are only brought by Poles as presents, not for drinking.