Vitamin water bottles, Salt and Vinegar Pringles can and K cider bottles. The birds would probably eat the crystalized liver flakes so those don't count :-)
Beer bottles, Coke cans and pistachio shells.
Hm. BPAL "imps" or sample vials, coffee grounds, and the backings from self-adhesive books of stamps.
I now desperately want to know what K cider is. I am a big fan of ciders in general and now I hear two of you speaking of this "K" brand.
I had to look it up, too.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K_cider
I'm doubting we can get the ultraviolet bottle here in the states, but... only because of the higher than allowable alcohol content. Perhaps mistressfetch
will share with us her regional source of said elixir?
The best cider ever. Dry. Not at all sweet. The only drawback is, once you've had it, it's really hard to drink Woodchuck because now it'll be WAAAY too sweet. Strong Bow is my other favorite. And Hardcore if I must, although that's even seeming awfully sweet to me.
Sadly, it is hard to lay your hands on the K.
Total Wine in Laurel has it, as does the Shoppers Food Warehouse in College Park. (Go figure. But I always buy them out when I go there, just to encourage them.)
For FG, I'll bring a six down to Tox next weekend so that he can have it chilled and ready for your next visit.
Fetch discovered that they have K cider at the Player's Retreat here in Raleigh last weekend. For future NCRF reference.
Strongbow is my fav as well. I would say you are spot on about the others being sweet.
3. Hardcore / Woodchuck
Paper scraps, sea shells, and a Uni-ball Signo
i can't think of three things. but one obvious one is soggy lumpy loose tea leaves. i dump my 'spoor' in the trash every evening at the end of the work day.
my dad's would be the old maids from the unpopped popcorn bowl. he eats a bowl of popcorn every night.
Duck bones, empty Barbancourt rum bottle, dungeness crab shells, maybe something yellow?
I'm having a lot of trouble thinking of ones that don't vary by time of year, but my best shot is single-serve V8 bottles, the wrappers from single use Wet Wipes, and red-stained wine corks.
You "K" fans -- have you ever tried Magner's? I like them both, but my husband likes sweeter ciders like Woodchuck and Hard Core. "K" is becoming easier to find at liquor stores in PG and Charles Co. Magner's I still only see at Rip's in Bowie.
16oz starbucks cups
packages of Haribo "Happy Kola"
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Giant(tm) seltzer water bottles, clothes stored in plastic bags, and a trail of pyrate gear.
empty jars that once held coconut oil, empty cartons of whipping cream and Scharffenberger wrappers. (likely the <80% cacao varieties). If they were available, likely there'd be passion fruit husks as well. mmmmmm.
Schnibbles of cotton from changing the cotton on my gurdy strings, loose herbal tea leaves (four or five kinds) and empty Greek Gods full-fat yogurt containers. That last would be accompanied by organic, raw honey bottles and cod liver oil bottles, too. Mmmmmmmmmmmm... breakfast...
1. You. Must. Try. Dry Blackthorn. Leaves K cider in the dust, literally. So dry I was thirstier after drinking it than before. Hard to find, but oh so worth it.
2. Spoor...A vodka bottle or six, to be sure. Pepcid bottles. My CrackBerry. Says a lot about me, actually.