Sunday, 8 December 2013

whats this?

 
Name that drink?


Edit - Here are 2 clues

1, its from a film and book

2, you can buy it in the film, in a town that's name is derived from another name for a pig and an alcoholic drink made from honey....

15 comments:

susie said...

A fruit smoothie. With tofu powder.

Raybeard said...

Pretty sure I recognise this. It's a cup-a-soup (spicy lentil flavour) after being left in the fridge overnight. Am I right?

Tom Stephenson said...

Is that one of the frothy tea lattes that I've been hearing about?

Sol said...

Nope you are all incorrect.

I will add 2 clues to the post...

Sol said...

Ive added some clues. lol

Guess away....

No prizes other than knowing you are clever...

Raybeard said...

Well, the alcoholic drink is a giveaway. So the answer can only be - Bristol Temple MEADs! (Aw, shucks!)

Sol said...

lol its a film Ray, you have to get it! I am sure you have seen it at least on TV

The drink in my hand is actually non-alcoholic.

Sol said...

Ray you got the end of the name of the town though.

Now what is another name for a pig...

pig name first - honey name 2nd then google...

Raybeard said...

Swinemead.....Porkiemead.....Babemead.....Napoleon-mead (Oh, wait a minute. Perhaps that drink is Napoleon Brandy! Well, perhaps not).....Oh,I'm doing my head in! There's must be someone who'd be a WIZARD at CONJURING up the answer!

Sol said...

Ray you crack me up! It tastes horrid by the way

Harry Flashman said...

Hum. I don't know the answer to that. I'm a Southern Comfort and Coke man.

susie said...

Butter beer at hogsmeade

Raybeard said...

That's not too much of a surprise. It looks....erm....'challenging' - as in "I just DARE you!"

Caroline said...

Looks like something they are forced to drink on I'm A Celeb!! Think I'll pass on one of those, thanks!!

Sol said...

Caroline it was awful. and for nearly £3 very poor effort. everything else I adored about the day out