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Drinks on the Tsar.

Full bottles of top shelf booze salvaged from the floor of a Baltic Sea wreck headed to auction. Being sunk saved these posh liquors from the Barbarism of the Bolsheviks who tastes ran more towards vodka and/or jet fuel, anyhow, Tsar Nicholas II can rest easy as Putin's Peasants remain barred by sanctions from bidding. Screen Shot 2019 07 15 at 23.09.00

A HOARD of expensive bottles of liquor destined for Tzar Nicholas II’s Russia have been salvaged from a World War I shipwreck.

A Swedish team of experts managed to save hundreds of the bottles from a ship sunk by a German submarine in the Baltic Sea. If auctioned the hoard could fetch up to £4.7million ($6million).

To read more on The Sun:

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/10299476/hundreds-bottles-of-liquor-shipwreck/ Screen Shot 2019 07 15 at 23.09.00

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