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A world cup is inevitably a time of reflection about how we approach our rugby. Following this last iteration Patrick Leclezio prescribes how to get the most from your viewing. I lost the plot during that fateful quarter-final. At the special viewing arranged for us by the hotel at which I was staying in Mauritius, attended by me and two Brits, I conducted myself in less than ambassadorial fashion.
We lost both the game and a couple of potential tourists on that day. Reflecting on it now, I needed fortification. I needed the pleasantly tranquilising effect of a stiff drink. The combination of rugby and liquor enjoyed responsibly people… , apart from being a time honoured tradition, presents you, me and all bibulous fans with a win-win scenario.
The highs are higher — oh that victory buzz! This year I set out to do it properly. Join me on my journey. The Argies love this stuff, knocking back millions of litres per year — with coke or soda, or neat as a digestif.
When they started bawling during the singing of their national anthem I was raising my glass of Fernet Branca to the West in salute. I did want to make the effort for our Aussie cousins, and the fortuitous absence over here of their mainstay — the infamous Bundaberg Rum — greased this wheel for me. So I joined them in rum-drinking rugby kinship with a few fingers of Ron Zacapa, the sugar-cane honey derived, high-altitude matured, petate-attired Guatemalan favourite. Now I just need to learn to sing Waltzing Matilda in Spanish….
There is no more quintessentially English drink. Ireland The most underrated style of whiskey, like its perennially underrated team, comes from Ireland. The colour correspondence by the way is completely coincidental, but surprisingly pleasing nonetheless. Posted in Spirits column. It epitomises the rum ethos — that of hard-drinking bravado. Whilst some of the rough edges may have been smoothed away and the fairer sex accommodated with the inception of light, spiced, and other flavoured versions, rum has nonetheless remained steadfastly raucous since its epic days of yore.