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(UPI)   Beverage company seeks "official cocktail tester" to spend a year drinking free cocktails. There's one catch, though: the position is open only to British residents over 18. BLIMEY   (upi.com) divider line
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2021-05-18 8:44:33 PM  
Since they're delivered to your door, I'm assuming most of these are gonna be RTD cocktails i.e. canned mixed drinks, which can occasionally be good but are definitely not my thing. However, this is a great option for twentysomethings with fresh livers who are on a budget but still like to party.
 
2021-05-18 9:03:57 PM  
I think a guy named Cliff has some experience with this kind of thing.
 
2021-05-18 11:17:57 PM  
"British cocktail" is a euphemism of an anus filled with gin.
 
2021-05-18 11:20:21 PM  
Won't the pervasive tooth decay tend to muddle the flavours of the cocktails?
 
2021-05-19 1:01:55 AM  
Seems like it'd be right up Prescott Vanmeyer III's alley, if he were British.

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2021-05-19 12:43:59 PM  
First read that as "Official cocktail teaser."
 
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