26 To Booze Or Not To Booze? “Real” Guatemalan Rum

To Booze Or Not To Booze? “Real” Guatemalan Rum

Posted on September 30, 2010 by team

Did you know that in Russia you can buy rum even in a plastic jerrycan?

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26 Responses to “To Booze Or Not To Booze? “Real” Guatemalan Rum”

  1. OLUT says:

    Looks kind of like motor oil in that bottle! Something like that, anyway.

  2. Pavel Kozhev says:

    Guys, where in Moscow I can buy it??

    • Mahmoud A. says:

      When you buy it will you buy some extra cans and drop it off at Islamic Republic of Iran embassy? I will pick it up during my next visit.

  3. zipp says:

    You can buy wine in boxes. What’s the issue?

  4. jei says:

    San Miguel is a famous Spanish beer. Didn’t even change the logo! :D


  5. spaniard says:

    “San Miguel” (same logo) is a spanish brand for beer. They don’t sell rum, at least as far as I know…

    • Dave says:

      I guess that stuff must be produced by the Filipino San Miguel. The Spanish beer was originally brewed under licence from the Filipino company which is why they have the same logo.
      It’s one of the largest companies in The Philippines and, among many other products, does produce rum.

    • Leningradsky says:

      San Miguel in Hong Kong is #1

  6. kbr says:

    you could ask yourself after a drink: to life or not to life

  7. JZ says:

    Doesn’t look very attractive in this cannister… More like some chemical.

  8. Testicules says:

    You can clean your toilet with it after you drink it.

  9. CZenda says:

    I do not get the point. If the booze is to be bottled in Russia, transporting it in 5l containers is too expensive. Selling 40% booze by 5 liters does not make sense… but, hey, this is in Russia… :-D

  10. Boritz says:

    Is good as “ron ponche”…yum!

  11. Poupou-en-guyane says:

    Only 40% of alcohol ? Here in French Guyana, our rhum has 50% to 55% alcohol. At about 5e per liter its quite inexpensive. The Soyouz technicians of the rocket base must be delight !

  12. AustriaNOTAustralia says:

    Lovely, this will serve you a whole lifetime if you are getting drunk through shoving a tampon or a wad of cotton in your Arschloch <3

  13. Macsen says:

    When I was in Nicaragua in 1988, during the US’s dirty war against the Nicaraguan people, you could only buy 1 bottle of Nicaraguan rum at a time, that is, you could buy all the rum you wanted, but could only buy 1 bottle. This was because of a glass shortage, So you either had to bring your own containers, or get the rum put in a plastic bag. On one shopping trip down the mountain, where our brigade was, to the city of Matagualpa, I was sent with several 20l containers!

  14. sobot2 says:

    it’s for retail dealers only.

  15. Gerry says:

    I know it’s considered unhealthy to use plastic containers for alcoholic drinks, especially this kind of cheap plastic. Alcohol gradually dissolves some plastic chemicals which finally end to your stomach.

    But I guess “this is Russia”, nobody cares about such “minor” issues.

  16. Tom says:

    Yeah, well, i would be somewhat afraid that i’ll get blind after drinking this, but hey, other people may have a different point of view…

  17. KSBC says:

    Structure: spirit from a sugar cane, cleared water, natural dye.

    Fake drink for original Kirov.

  18. George Johnson says:

    And Russia doesn’t have a drinking problem. They drink, they get drunk, what’s the problem?

  19. Juan says:

    Hi regards from Guatemala, that is a nice rum, maybe later i could send you some more pics about this rum.

  20. Estuardo says:

    I’m from Guatemala and I have never heard or seen that brand, the most famous and high quality is Ron Zacapa Centenario which have won the Best Rum of the World prize but that was 2 or 3 years ago and it comes in bottle and it’s expensive. See the plastic container obviously it’s fake -By the way San Miguel sounds a little generic or common to be a good brand-.

  21. Nina Jones says:

    But i think there is a chance for them to be toxic.

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