|The Mothership |
Being 32 now, I was at that awkward age in the mid 90s where I KNEW I wanted a Zima, yet could not get one. I have never tasted it, yet I also worked in the drinks industry (scotch whisky) for 7 years. Which POETVster is gonna hook The Mothership up with their secret Zima stash?
Just put some gin in a two liter of flat Sprite and you've got Zima.
It wasn't bad. Or at least that's what I thought the last time I tried one, which was probably twenty years ago or so.
My dad, who was the rather frightening head of a very prominent criminal biker gang on the East Coast, loved these things. He had claimed that he had a terrible ulcer and that Zima was the only alcoholic beverage he could drink that wouldn't aggravate it. That excuse makes zero-to-little sense, but nobody ever said anything.
Jet Bin Fever
I think the time is right, with so many other atrocious beverages on the market (IE: Bud Light Lime), to bring back another atrocious one that hipsters would buy to be ironic.
|The Townleybomb |
This also needs the tags "nineties", "1990s" and "ninteen-nineties", because damn the only thing more 90s than Zima is Monica Lewinsky drinking an OK Cola.
The clear beverage craze gave us all a reason to live.
never had it, but doubt it was as good as crystal Pepsi.
|That guy |
Catpeniz you are almost az cool az that zpokezman.
|Meatsack Jones |
All I remember of Zima was the obvious product placement in Babylon 5 with Zima wall hangings in every bar on the station.
Zima, providing joke fodder for many tedious stand-up comedy hacks for an ultra-brief period during the 1990s.
Zima : for people under 21 who can't somehow get Mad Dog.
Aw Mad Dog, I remember that swill. 'Bold yet Smooth' was the jingle.
|Robin Kestrel |
I must have missed that brief fashion craze where guys dressed like they just came from A Clockwork Orange convention.
Also, obligatory Simpsons quote:
"Excuse me, I ordered a Zima, not emphysema!"
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