Tuesday, May 27, 2008

GB beckons...

My obsessive Wikipedia browsing, every now and then, yields many a gem of an entry. This one's about Old Monk. I'll quote the entire thing for the benefit of posterity lest some vandal should make his mind to destroy the same.

Old Monk is a vatted Indian Rum, blended and aged for 7 years (though there is also more expensive, 12 year old version). It is dark, with an alcohol content of 42.8%. It is produced by Mohan Meakin, based in Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

It is one of the most favoured flavours of rum not only in India, but across the world.

It is drunk by the best among the connoisseurs of alcohol in India(data from various sources). It is supposed to be the brand of rum suited for all seasons.

The logo of 'Old Monk' reminds its customers of the all encompassing smile of a quintessential drunkard who knows where the others are headed for.

It is available in all parts of India.


It is sold in four size variants 180ml (quarter), 350ml (half), 750ml (commonly referred to as a "full bottle"), and a 1 liter bottle.


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12 comments:

satyavrat said...

ROTFL

Arvind Krishna said...

i second satyavrat!

Anonymous said...

kafeel azer...for your query abt baat niklegi song

http://shubho.blogspot.com/2007/05/baat-niklegi-to-phir-singer-jagjit.html

Nanga Fakir said...

@Anon: Thanks!

Anonymous said...

http://ekfankaar.wordpress.com/

and this if not seen yet,might be appreciated even more :P !

Nanga Fakir said...

@Anon: Knew about this one!

zephyrman said...

Thnaks ofr makig this immoral om yuor bolg.hic!

panda said...

apparently that entry is maintained by one of my batchmates.

Nanga Fakir said...

Makes so much sense!

karukilikalafa said...

do u remember we thought of putting nangu's picture in that manface logo old monk :D

Nanga Fakir said...

Oh yes...those were trippy days!

shadows said...

"the all encompassing smile of a quintessential drunkard who knows where the others are headed for."

and thus he was named the
Dalai Lama : the old monk