A large "nothing" please

Recently someone forwarded these pictures to me... (Kuchh Nahi means nothing)
First I though someone had photoshoped the label for fun. But something told me there is more to it. So after spending a few minutes on ever-dependable google, I realsied its indeed true.... Someone actually brewed this a few years back and from the look of it.. its didnt do very well... i could not get any recent info on them ... someone was saying its no longer available at Delhi duty free. will have to check with friends in UK... hope its stilll there  --- atleast till I get a bottle or two for my collection....


Me: What will you have?
Guest: Nothing.
Me: Cool with ice or water?
hhehehehe isnt it cool...

but after the fun elemnt dies off then comes the prob.... unless the whisky is real cool its tough to compete...
Why not something have something like these T-shirts.... change the label every now and then... with that you can keep up the fun element....
Anyone finds any info on this do mail me... would love to get one...






this is what they have to say on the official site 
"In addition to Kuchh Nai's unique flavour, its name gives it considerable added value in an Indian context. The deliberate pun in Kuchh Nai, which means "Nothing" in English, will generate a smile at least, bringing humour to the image of whisky drinking"

Party time

A few stuff are missing in the photo.... beer, breezer and biriyani.... and ofcourse cake, chips and cocktails ;-)
The cocktails came out well, even though we had to substitute a few ingredients... After this i realised its all in the looks.... more colours... more garnish... stylish glasses... yep its hit...
What better way to celebrate better-half's bday
cheerrrrsss

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