Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby gonbechan » Sat Jul 15, 2017 4:39 pm

Eric, amazing doodles dude!
You should make some stuff for Society6
I would buy...

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby Zasso Nouka » Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:45 pm

Nice doodle Eric, wish I could draw as well as that.

Just tucking into the pineapple chuhi now and thinking that these 6% chuhi's are pretty good. They don't have to go overboard on the flavour to drown out the taste of shochu so their fruit can really come to the fore without being too overwhelming. I can see another order being placed really soon with Omni7 :thumbup:

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby gonbechan » Sat Jul 15, 2017 8:27 pm

I am bravely trying Fanta Sumomo tonight.
Lots of work stacked up.. no time for partying .. haha.

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby paradoxbox » Thu Jul 20, 2017 2:08 pm

Kirin has put out a Hong Kong style chu-hi, only 4% but the lychee flavor is strong. It's a bit sweeter than the strong-zero one. I like the strong zero more but this is good enough, especially considering the strong-zero doesn't seem to exist in conbini anywhere! Would like to order it online but registering is a pain..Maybe I'll do it tomorrow!

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby Zasso Nouka » Fri Jul 21, 2017 6:32 am

Omni7 is surprisingly easy to register for and use and if you opt out of the marketing emails then you don't get spammed for ever afterwards. It's actually quite a well designed system that is pretty easy to use :thumbup:

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby Zasso Nouka » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:55 am

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This pear chuhi is really good, it tastes just like a well ripened conference pear rather than a more watery nashi. They have captured the flavour perfectly without being tempted to over sweeten and overpowering the pear flavour. If you fancy a break from citrus I can thoroughly recommend this one.

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby Zasso Nouka » Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:45 am

Has anyone else tried the new Salty Lemon Sour yet ?

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Like the others in this series is very refreshing and makes a perfect ending for a summer evening. Not as tart perhaps as some of the other citrus chuhis but still pleasantly lemony.

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Re: Strong Zero, the perfect ending for a hard day's work

Postby Zasso Nouka » Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:06 am

So with winter almost here Kirin have launched a new range of winter Chuhi's and here is their Yuzu Chuhi

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Yuzu has always been a favourite of mine and this perfectly encapsulates the flavour, it like you are drinking a yuzu fruit but from a can. I can see this being a firm favourite through the winter months.


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