You have to drink lots of plain water with the Scottish water, which forces you to get up every now and then to go to the head, which is good as it keeps the blood flowing in the limbs. So, you see, it is healthy to drink lots of Scotch whisky on long airplane flights!

--R



On 6/22/15 11:56 AM, Dan Penoff via Mercedes wrote:
I tried that several times since we flew business class with Northwest, meaning 
we had access to the lounges as well.  I didn’t like waking up all desiccated 
from both the alcohol and the cabin environment.  Made me feel like an Egyptian 
mummy. Ugh.

Dan

On Jun 22, 2015, at 11:44 AM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes <mercedes@okiebenz.com> 
wrote:

I always found ethanol, preferably of the Scottish variety, worked quite well 
on my international travels.  BA First Class had an excellent selection, and 
biz class wasn't too bad either.  The Concorde lounge at LHR had some REALLY 
nice stuff.

--R

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