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I see a lot of comments that say, "I drank 1/2/3 and so on bottles today. Unless it's obvious being relative to previous comments, it would be helpful to know what was in the bottles - wine, vodka, whisky of whatever - saves time thinking about 'units'. I guess we all know how many units in a bottle of whatever (a guide really) but not all drinks have the same alcohol content. i.e. some beer 3.5, some 5.8 and so on; whisky anything from 40% to 80%. Absinthe - 'A taste of Absinthe' or the real MCoy (banned in some countries) - a big difference! Pernod, Ricard, Galleano etc. etc.
I've read that the safe recommended limits are now the same for women as men. It used to be much different - is this right - I think satatistics for male alcoholics in U.K. 9%, women 5%. Source N.H.S. Right or wrong?
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