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I do still have Salad cream and HP sauce:). Does this make me a criminal?
Lolly shop on Jetty Road Glenelg sells Walkers crisps.
I know what you are doing, it has a diff label to the one in the UK, but it is the same stuff inside. Read the labels. No boy looks :)
Sailed SS Australis out of Southampton 1977.Arrived October in Adelaide via Melbourne 1977.Liverpool/London 1987 - 1992
Adelaide 1992 to eternity:)and one day you'll wake up and stop counting how long you've been here.
The one i drink, is a Tasmanian cider. Its called Mercury, i drink Mercury Dry.
They also do sweet and draught.
The bloke in my local bottle shop tells me its very popular now.
When i first came on holiday to Oz in 99, i could not find cider anywhere.
But Mercury Dry is the best i have found. Its nice and refreshing.
They also sell the Irish ciders too.
Last edited by JACK JONES; 11-06-2009 at 03:28 PM.
Male, single, 34
Actually I used to drink cider 30 years ago in Adelaide, and it was the same as the cider that I then drank in Birmingham 6 months later, so it has always been available it is like anything else when you live overseas you can eventually find it, or make it yourself. There used to be some fantastic places that did make it, but I guess they have now been outlawed. There you go there's a new hobby for you, or a job for someone bootlegging cider.
Have any of you had pear cider, managed to find that when in the states, and I believe it came from England if you know where I can get it let me know it is soooooo good, actually much better than the apple as you don't feel quite so ill when you over imbibe.
Have a great weekend gang.