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I had a bottle of something a few nights ago, it was 40% and was called something like turon or flúron or something like that.

I need to know what it was called but can't remember
#3
Turpentine.
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#5
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Well was it whiskey, vodka, etc.?



It was an anise flavoured one
#11
could be one of these:
sambuca, ouzo, patxaran, absinthe, mastiha, grappa, tsikoudia, anesone, pastis, raki, xtabentún, vespetrò, tsipouro
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Quote by guitar12
I had a bottle of something a few nights ago, it was 40% and was called something like turon or flúron or something like that.

I need to know what it was called but can't remember

Fluorine?

It would explain why you can't remember.



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#18
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Birthday : December 27, 1993



Though he is British so he'll be able to leglly drink in a few months anyway .

The only green drink that tastes of aniseed I've ever heard of is Absinthe though I'm not really well versed on my types of acohol.
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Though he is British so he'll be able to leglly drink in a few months anyway .

The only green drink that tastes of aniseed I've ever heard of is Absinthe though I'm not really well versed on my types of acohol.

You mean a year and a few months? 1992 is the year of 18, not 1993 (at the moment I mean)
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#21
Green bottle,aniseed taste it's absinthe.Unless it's some brand of ouzo,raki,or tsipouro,I'm Greek and since those are locals,I've seen them in all kinds of bottles and names.The question is,what color was the liquor?
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You mean a year and a few months? 1992 is the year of 18, not 1993 (at the moment I mean)


My bad. Most people here start drinking at like 8 anyway so it probably won't make a difference.

Are you sure it's not this TS? It could easily be mistaken for 'Turon or something' when you're drunk.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsipouro
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#24
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It could easily be mistaken for 'Turon or something' when you're drunk. :p


So true.
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#25
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I think I know exactly what you mean. If I remember rightly, it has a yellow label? Tastes like toilet bleach. My dad drinks it by the bucketfull.


Yeah I think it had a yellow label.

Please talk to your dad and ask
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Yeah I think it had a yellow label.

Please talk to your dad and ask


Was the bottle round on one side, and square on the other?
#28
Or pernod, though that stuff will make you forget EVERYTHING by the morning
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#29
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Was the bottle round on one side, and square on the other?


Yeah. Guys I think we have a lead...

Anything else?
#30
Quote by guitar12
Yeah. Guys I think we have a lead...

Anything else?

I believe it's a Czech drink, or possibly Slovak, and possibly begins with a C. I found it online last year (wiki) amongst a page about spirits and it comes from a fairly small town, and the company that owns it was a fmaily business until it was bought out.
#31
Quote by Junglie
I believe it's a Czech drink, or possibly Slovak, and possibly begins with a C. I found it online last year (wiki) amongst a page about spirits and it comes from a fairly small town, and the company that owns it was a fmaily business until it was bought out.


You know the history of the drink but not its name
#34
I think it begins with a c and is around 6 letters long, it didn't have a z,v,g or letters like that.

Ended with an ol , or el or similar.

#36
no

the bottle was a lot thinner, but thicker near the bottom.

Also it might've been a weird plastic instead of glass. maybe...
#37
That's the only anise drink with a green bottle and yellow label that's round on one side and square on the other that i can think of
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damn...

Back to square one.

So you actually live in york?


Portsmouth, but I'm back on leave.
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