Which classic university drink is your college?
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During your three or four years at university you will discover that the consumption of certain beverages defines your existence. From Nikita vodka to the glorious filth that is a woodgate, which drink is your college?
For the kings and queens of sport know how to get loose, the beverage of choice has to be the infamous Woodgate in Jimmy's; probably seen off in one so that they have both arms free for Sandstorm.
Grey: Nikita vodka
Grey by name, unfortunately not Grey Goose by nature. Nobody's first choice, just something you have to deal with.
Hatfield, the college everyone loves to hate, has to be attributed the drink which inspires the same feelings. Saying you're from Hatfield is the same as offering someone a shot of tequila: a lot of initial fuss then it goes down an absolute treat.
Jo Bo: G&T
The mature students of the university, willing to cook for themselves whilst everyone else is blessed with catered potatoes. These culinary pros need a good strong G&T before they get to work on tonight's food masterpiece, just like your mum.
Aidan's dwellers need to keep their strength up to tackle all those steps. A life-saving Berocca it is. It's also really cold, so illness is more likely.
A good reliable drink: such easy crate transportation from Tesco as well.
Fun and competitive, but too much can give you a headache.
Hild Bede: Taddy's
"Pint of Taddy's please; we're literally so close to The Swan! So handy for the town and not in the middle of nowhere at all!"
John's: Mulled wine
You know, for before choir practice.
Mary's: Literally any cheap wine
Echo Falls or £3 wine so that their vision is sufficiently blurred for when they enter the college bar.
They need the strong stuff to briefly forget that they live in a myriad of hexagons.
Champagne's cheaper and rowdier cousin is the only beverage acceptable to drink in the walls of an actual castle.
Van Mildert: Whisky
Goes perfectly with all that spare water hanging around.
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