Jamie Oliver var noskimwords = 'true'; var _comscore = _comscore || []; _comscore.push({ c1: "2", c2: "17817337" }); (function() { var s = document.createElement("script"), el = document.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; s.async = true; s.src = (document.location.protocol == "https:" ? "https://sb" : "http://b") + ".scorecardresearch.com/beacon.js"; el.parentNode.insertBefore(s, el); })();

Vodka spelled with a 'W'

 
AUG 08 @ 18:27

by MsPablo

A Russian brand . . .

5 replies

Login or register to make a comment

AUG 09 @ 07:27

by Luvmegrub

wery nice MsP big_smile  I'll have mine with cranberry juice please.

 
AUG 09 @ 17:07

by minerva

Ah, see the problem with this is that it's all in that "foreign" lingo from "the old country"!
You wouldn't want anyone to think you were a "visitor" would you?
Tell you what..................soak off the label & stck on a nice new one with a "V" instead of a "W", & no-one will ever know!
Last thing you want is authenticity! whistle

 
AUG 16 @ 15:16

by Grandmadamada

thumbsup I big_smile I have just bought some pure linen kitchen towels with wonderful colors and waving, from a  of Polish couple whe open their stall once a month in my village, if I remember well they have printed the names of the days with a russian (??) spelling  ............... and I can recognize friday matching it with the fish beautifully floating winkwavewave

I like this pic

 
AUG 16 @ 19:32

by MsPablo

wavebig_smile

 
AUG 20 @ 18:57

by minerva

What you need Mada is a nice one which says "Wodka" on it & a good recipe for a "Black Russian"......
.....goes down a treat with fish on a Friday!

Pages: 1
var signup = { alphapopper: '#popup1', thanks_gift_image: 'gift-card-wine-us.png', ignore_cookie: false, is_logged_in: false, is_carl:false, is_allowed: true, is_dormant: false }