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My spacecake always looked different :? :lol:

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Okay, I propose a new MPRI, which is....Liquids!

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Must be Gordon's favourite dry gin!

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MPRI A Steam Locomotive, not from the UK as I have seen all that we have left and probably got photos of them.

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A bit disappointing there Roy, nearly a week and it seems no one has a steam train. :( Perhaps another MPRI from you. sue :)

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New MPRI please ;)

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ok next MPRI: your first HDR

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Hi everyone, I'll jump in here with a Steam train for Roy!

This is the Kingston Flyer which does short tourist journeys from Kingston (at the South end of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand - the same lake which Queenstown is positioned about halfway along)

http://www.kingstonflyer.co.nz/

I believe the entire operation is also for sale if there's any well-healed steam enthusiasts out there!

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Must be Gordon's favourite dry gin!

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3 of Gordon's 1 Vodka, 1/2 measure of Kina Lillet. Shaken until very cold, and a peel of lemon.

Who can tell me what that is?

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Bjorn van Sinttruije wrote:
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3 of Gordon's 1 Vodka, 1/2 measure of Kina Lillet. Shaken until very cold, and a peel of lemon.

Who can tell me what that is?


I can. It's a Vesper. The reason I know is because I had an evening of drinking Green Vespers once in the Regal UN Plaza in New York. The green Vesper has absinthe in place of the Kina Lillet.

The original Vesper was brought into being by Ian Flemming in Casino Royale.

PS: Along with the rest of the world I tend not to find White wolves on my doorstep so does somebody want to kickstart this topic with a new MPRI?

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Here's a kick start :-

MPRI: Dead

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