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REVISION 'trade goods' thread

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I've tried this every year and it has never worked, but I guess it's worth a shot to try it again:

From Poland, the beer named "Full". And no, no other polish beer will do. I'd take 12 of those every day.

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added on the 2011-04-10 09:27:54 by leijaa leijaa
jenni: I haven't had either of it yet, but if it is affordable I'd like candy and/or booze please :D

How much would that be (I don't think I have anything in exchange)?
added on the 2011-04-10 11:12:31 by joooo joooo
@jenni: still have some salmiakki at home. I remembered I had some lakka and I enjoyed it.. .also, drank some terva something, veryvery nice.
added on the 2011-04-10 11:33:06 by __ __
bstrr: Ups :) I just saw Puryx asking "What we can bring from Denmark?" :)

jooo: One bag of salmiakki (turkinpippuri) would be about 1,5 euros / bag (1 bag = 150 g). You can make salmiakkibooze yourself by crushing the candy into small bites / powder and pouring it into a vodka bottle, and letting it dissolve for couple of hours. One bag per bottle should be enough. Bottle of ready-made salmiakki here costs ~12 euros (0,5 ltr bottle, 32% alcohol).

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More about the adventures in the salmiakki world, try SalmiYuck ;)
added on the 2011-04-10 11:44:57 by jenni jenni
My advice is that you make your own with good vodka (ask the poles to bring some white krupnik). Ready-made is ok but not as good.
added on the 2011-04-10 11:56:28 by __ __
AND WTF nobody wants french alcohol? Seriously, it's all FINNISH CONSPIRACY HERE
added on the 2011-04-10 11:59:04 by __ __
Also I'm not sure if I can ever drink so much of it.
So jenni, 2pkgs salmiakki for me please :)
kbi: Could you bring me a 1l bottle of Zubrowka for around 10€?
added on the 2011-04-10 12:02:05 by joooo joooo
franky: crate plz! (if you have space for it in the trunk) :)

jenni: ok, 4 bags it is :) btw salmiakki costs 9-10euro for a 0.5l bottle in germany, so i guess that's why few ppl ask for it ;)

kaneel: well, this whole thing is supposed to make things easier/cheaper for all involved, not harder, so i could just go to the specialty beer shop and pony up the cash for those orvals myself ;) concerning french alcohol, i wouldn't mind a few bottles of kronenbourg (not coz they're any good, but because (afaik) it's the first beer i ever drank (at age 7-ish) ;))
added on the 2011-04-10 13:46:55 by havoc havoc
Rowley : bringing the van full of party equipment so there should be more than enough space

Jenni : 4 Salmiakki packages ? tx ;)
added on the 2011-04-10 16:32:16 by franky-- franky--
jenni, fair enough :D
added on the 2011-04-10 16:38:17 by leb00ster leb00ster
Btw, knos brought some salmiakki from Berlin that was looking like "stars", were soft and more salty, veryvery nice. Anybody from Berlin?

@Rowley: indeed, it's not going to be that easy but what I said exactly is that I wanted some, not that I could bring them easily. And wtf with kronenbourg man ahah, well, in the end, I could eventuallty think about bringing one 50CL, who knows, if nobody else ask for anything.
added on the 2011-04-10 19:16:42 by __ __
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added on the 2011-04-10 19:54:34 by Punqtured Punqtured
mhh nordic puuka's would be very nice... of those I would take 2, too. If someone could make that possible :)

And the trading sounds nice... I will find something good to offer :D
added on the 2011-04-10 19:58:16 by FeN FeN
added on the 2011-04-10 22:47:53 by __ __
I'll see if I can bring a box. It'll 'cost' you a beer or two ;-)
added on the 2011-04-11 00:53:31 by Punqtured Punqtured
You definitely know how to talk to a kaneel!
added on the 2011-04-11 01:25:57 by __ __
He might TALK the kaneel, but does he WALK the kaneel?
added on the 2011-04-11 02:23:46 by psonice psonice
Sounds like he does!
added on the 2011-04-11 09:55:45 by __ __
damn, kaneel will be drunk and will talk to much again :(
added on the 2011-04-11 11:12:16 by rez rez
am i wrong or is "tyrkisk peber" a danish product?
rasmus: yeah it is. :)

btw I might not be able to make it to Revision but if someone (Bonzaj! :D) can pass a few bottles of Żubrówka to a scener who is from Finland for me I'd be glad. I will wire the money or send it with the said scener if someone is up for the task.
added on the 2011-04-11 11:53:17 by decipher decipher
It no doubt adds to their popularity that Tyrkisk Peber is sometimes used to make the Finnish cocktail salmiakkikoskenkorva and similar Danish, Norwegian and Swedish cocktails. When Perelly manufactured Tyrkisk Peber, it was also available as powder. The powder was often used to make the cocktail, which in Denmark is known as sorte svin, små grå, or hot shot, in Sweden as lakritsshot, and in Norway as tyrker, små grå, or lakrisshot.
Decipher :( (about you not making it)
added on the 2011-04-11 11:54:32 by okkie okkie
@rez: I do actually talk a damn lot even if not drunk.
added on the 2011-04-11 12:19:00 by __ __
simple deal - we can bring a few bottles of zubrowka - but not for money or another alcohol, but for weed - anyone interested? ;)
added on the 2011-04-11 13:49:18 by ubik ubik


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