Started to get in to twiglets, dry roasted nuts & pringles. Has for drinking i've tried cider & pear cider + the odd real ale, like exmoor & cotleighs. Both brewed near to where i'm staying at Christmas!
Vintage Tawny Port with Mature Stilton for the snack and for the tipple, a decent Rum, not the run of the mill pub Rum but something like St Austell Hicks 125 proof, The Appleton, Mount Gay and Bacardi Black :) It's the Matelot in me :)
Jak_1. I managed to buy some "Pussers" on the ferry to the continent once, about two years ago. It was only £12.99 a litre, as compared to £16.99 at the wholesalers I used to use. The ferries I have been on since haven't stocked it though. My lads always bring me a bottle of Bacardi Black from their holidays. It's payment for running them to the airport etc. So I still have a litre or three of "Pussers" knocking about somewhere from the dozen I bought from that ferry. I will stick my mouse's nose in a saucer full of it, you stick your mouse's nose in your end and suck it through. Here goes..."Merry Chrimbo" ....I'm alright Jack ...
Not to everyones liking I know, but I do look forward to christmas pudding, wish you could buy it all year round, its what microwaves were invented for. Bit of a wimp on the drinks front, sweet white wine is as adventurous as I get.