How 9 People Are Making Millions Of Bottles Of Vodka For Delta Airlines

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  1. If my hotel room smells like diarrhea, it’s most likely an IHG hotel. I still sometimes stay at IHG, while I will not even consider Wyndham, Choice, and the like.

  2. Just don’t look behind the curtain at that “craft vodka” distillery. Often times, “craft vodka” is only distilled for the last few passes through the still – it’s industrial alcohol delivered by the tanker load, then redistilled. Tito’s has been doing this for years – and I like Tito’s for when I need vodka for something. You really don’t want to know the story behind Grey Goose if you think Grey Goose is something special – no, you’ve been burning money on something that’s pure marketing hype.

  3. Smirnoff is all you need to know about vodka. time and time again it wins blind taste tests. if you want to have a special time you get the albertsons brand rubbing al– i mean vodka in the plastic bottles

  4. Cathay should look for a new (or least a second) growth oriented hub before it becomes completely irrelevant.

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