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Something for the Winos

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  1. Or just keep the wine in the fridge??? Not sure I buy this. I reckon it’s actually only the ice melt that chills the drink. My uncle used to have coloured plastic balls, a fact we kept in the family. These were full of water and you froze them and put them in your scotch, g&t, whatever. But they didn’t really work, cos the cold water didn’t reach the hooch. Also, tinkling the ice in your glass of a hot night is part of the sensual pleasure of boozing, but uncle’s balls just didn’t tinkle.

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    February 24, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    • >vilges, yes, there is something about the tinkling of ice in a glass. I have been known to put ice in my wine here on a hot day. Many may consider that to be crass, but 40 degrees demands it. Your observation on your uncle’s balls is noted… 🙂

      AV

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      February 24, 2014 at 9:50 pm

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