1. Old Monk to men is what beer is to boys
Beer is for one of those casual catching up dinners, or just an evening out. But Old Monk, it's for those calm, balmy evenings with soft music and on your passage to entering adulthood.
2. You love winters only because it means Old Monk!
True Old Monk lovers will not wait for the winter, but damn does that season mean unlimited rum for them.
3. An evening with Old Monk is your ideal date night!
There are no regrets when it comes to an evening with Old Monk! It is such an alcohol that demands to be drank under dim soothing yellow lights, partying to the buddha sadhu!
4. Bottles? Collecter's item
Connoisseurs of the Buddha sadhu can never throw away the bottles. You have at least one ‘buddha sadhu’ bottle at home that adorns the wooden shelf in your room. If Old Monk lovers could have their way, they’d drink water in Old Monk bottles.
Old Monk makes followers, not fans. The group 'COMRADES' (Council of Old Monk rum addicted drinkers and eccentrics) represents this community. Just like cricket teams or politics, Old Monk drinkers are loyal to the core. Once you drink this beast, either you dislike it, or you swear by it. COMRADES understand the latter better.
6. Best Break-Up remedy ever!
If you're human, chances are you have experienced a painful break-up atleast once in your life. There's no other friend who can match up to a bottle of Old Monk! He sits there by your side waiting for you finish up crying, and pass out. Best thing you could ask for at that time!
7. Your dream girl loves it too!
What's more attractive than your woman snuggling next to you by a quaint sea-facing house, sunset, bonfire and an archaic bottle of Old Monk... It's perfect.
8. You believe with all you have that Old Monk is indeed a legend!
It is the Godfather of Hollywood. The most classic drink you can ever get.. Consider this - it managed to woo mankind as a whole without a single advertisement ever. Legend indeed.
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