"Chartreuse green liqueur is the only liqueur in the world with a completely natural green colour. It is powerful and unique. Only two...... more
"Chartreuse green liqueur is the only liqueur in the world with a completely natural green colour. It is powerful and unique. Only two Chartreuse monks know the identity of the 130 plants, how to blend them and how to distill them into this world famous liqueur. They are also the only ones who know which plants they have to macerate to produce the natural green and yellow colours. And they alone supervise the slow ageing in oak casks."
Advantages: As the title says - sweet, crispy and tasty! ;-) Disadvantages: A bit expensive :-(
...Now I am not a brand snob on most things, BUT... there are certain things where the big brand names seem able to get it right and the supermarket own brands don't. For me, tinned sweetcorn is one of them. Green Giant do a few different versions of tinned sweetcorn, the one in the picture above 'salad crisp' is my personal favourite choice.
Like most of their tins, this tin is an easy open one...
...the white with a hint of green Lotion. The label is a wrap around sticky label and it has a picture of a Crisp, Juicy looking Green Apple, and next to it looks like it is the Honeysuckle part. The lid is a flip top lid, and easy to open and close.
This Lotion wasn't too thick, but not that runny either. When I put a large-ish dollop onto my hand, it stayed there and didn't run all over the place. This...
Advantages: Unique and oddly wonderful comedy thriller Disadvantages: A no-frills DVD. Not even subtitles. Not for folks who don't like bliack and white films
...It?s very easy to say something like ?what an odd little film? about Green for Danger; or, perhaps, ?what a lovely little film?. For some reason you want to say ?little?, which is rather demeaning to it, rather, I?ll start with:
What a total sleeper of a film.
Why start like that? I mean, what?s the point in that preamble?
Because it is ? because it?s a film that?s easy to dismiss...