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My Mum found a refreshing concoction; Roses Lime Cordial with a dash of Elderflower Cordial. It has to be Roses, as shop own brand Lime Cordial has a load of sweetener (as most people don't seem to like sharp drinks any more).

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I used to like something similar. A glass of Vodka with a dash of Roses lime juice in it.

Also Rose's lime marmalade but either that got far too sweet or I went of sweet things.

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Well I have to say James, your mother has excellent taste as do you Steve! On the exceedingly rare occasion that I run out of Doom Bar I turn to my second favourite drink which is either a pint of Roses Lime or if I want a shorter drink I have two other choices:
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Amazing what can be achieved with the above ingredients and an ice bucket!! :-D

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Mum won't go for the Vodka, but she WILL go for the Gordons' Gin (and Fever Tree Tonic Water with quinine).

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Suggest to her to add a dash of Roses to her Gin and Fever Tree James.......only a dash.........a couple of ice cubes............slice of lime.............Magic!!!

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As Mum lives on a narrow boat (without a freezer) she will have to forgo the ice.

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Just gentle attempt to wrestle the topic back on topic but with acknowledgement to the off-topic theme

We've all seen the exterior of the Outspan Orange but what's it like inside

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
24 Apr 2021, 21:47
Just gentle attempt to wrestle the topic back on topic but with acknowledgement to the off-topic theme

We've all seen the exterior of the Outspan Orange but what's it like inside

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If you wear blue tinted sunglasses (and look through the orange windows) you will experience (to a minor degree) what 617 Squadron saw when they were training for their most famous mission. They did this to improve their night flying skills.

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:rofl2: I think I should post the interior and dashboard of a Lancaster James to help Neil get this thread back on topic. I was as guilty as anyone for drifting away from interiors but I'm going to blame SWMBO for buying the plaque in the first place!! :-D
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mickthemaverick wrote:
24 Apr 2021, 20:23
Well I have to say James, your mother has excellent taste as do you Steve! On the exceedingly rare occasion that I run out of Doom Bar I turn to my second favourite drink which is either a pint of Roses Lime or if I want a shorter drink I have two other choices:

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Amazing what can be achieved with the above ingredients and an ice bucket!! :-D
I have a litre bottle of Grey Goose here that I am too mean to open.
Much to my son's disgust I have descended to Aldi's Tamova. Currently in my favourite tipple - Lidl tomato juice.

Oh! the shame :( I usually plump for the French Grain Vodka at wallet-straining prices.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
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We've all seen the exterior of the Outspan Orange but what's it like inside
Lifted straight out of the Mini parts bin!

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This is the Zhiji L7 Chinese EV Has 621-Mile Range, Wireless Charging

Close the stable door ICE and hydrogen FCV's, the horse has bolted.

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TR7 navy and check interior

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Zelandeth wrote:
23 Apr 2021, 03:18

Speaking of Fiat though, the Coupe is one of my favourites because of the big slab of body colour on the dash. Works especially well if it's a black interior and a bright exterior colour (yellow being my preference...).
A car I'd really like actually...
Blue one at Anglia Car Auctions this weekend no reserve...have to edit in what it went for
Yellow or Blue
Yellow or Blue
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It made £2750 Neil, to save you having to chase it up! :-D