700th post : Ene ti la bière?

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  • Mail

    havent taste “Ti la bierre” yet..but Phoenix and Blue Marlin FTW!  xD

  • Anonymous

    Nou pays nous Phoenix …

  • Anonymous

    “Ti la biere” … le nom ne m’attire pas du tout. Enfin mo pou sey li kan meme.  Phoenix <3 

  • Toconne

    From http://beeradvocate.com/respect_beer/
    Beer has an amazing history that’s wrapped in culture and embraced by people who are passionate about brewing, selling, serving, and supporting it. All of this deserves some thought and respect. 

    So don’t just drink the beer. Note the beer’s appearance, how it smells and tastes. Savor each beer as if it’s your last…

    You can’t possibly like only 1 type of beer. It’s like having “chicken curry” all the time you want to eat chicken (ignoring BBQ chicken, chop soy chicken, KFC, etc…) Though I have my preferences, I have really enjoyed all other types of beers from MU and every other countries I had the chance to visit. I just can’t imagine sticking to only one… as good as it may be.. 

    Phoenix’s great.. but I would advise you to step back and try *more than once* some new beer. I still remember that I hated my first Guiness. Now i’m a fanB.

  • Totally agree with you. As I said, it is a question of taste and preference.
    btw, I have a friend who is a great fan of Guiness too. Hope he will be
    reading this 😛

  • I still prefer the Phoenix Beer, its taste way more good than ‘ti la biere’
    Btw i have been hearing that ‘ti la biere’ is the ex stag beer. Is that true?
    There is another beer i have been liking is the 33 beer.

  • lost wanderer

    Congrats for your 700th post 🙂

    I don’t consume alcoholic drinks though 😛

  • A non-beer drinker as I has just the following to contribute:

     – in 1998, during a training at a consulting office headed by a South African, I literally got scolded before the TGIF by him for being a tee-totaller: “You have one of the best beers in the world, and you have the guts to say you are a tee-totaller?? Come on!”. I replied: “No way, how best in the workd is that beer?”. He hits on the table: “If I could, I’d bring a whole container of that Phoenix back home!”

     – fast forward to 2001, working. Have just completed installing our smoke testing equipment on the chimney of Phoenix Camp Minerals (as it was called then), and having a chat with the employees, including one guy who, as part of his quality control job, has to taste the thing regularly, everyday. He says: “Kiferr ou pa boire? Ingrédients extra simple, pa couma lezott: ziss delo ek malt. Pou Blue Marlin, sel différence servi enn malt spécial ki appel ‘quartz malt’, samem so gou pli fort. Ek samem ki so gout tellement apprécié. Asterr, pou apprécier ek pa prend gro ventt, prend li bien glaçé en appéritif, pa pou plein lestoma ziss ar ça”.

    Now, combine these two anecdotes to get to the result: neither Mauritian Eagle (mo cwar: sa-em ça la-bierr sortt Nouvelle France la) nor even Stag can beat a brand that is so strongly ingrained in Mauritian culture – 11.79 on 12 on this rating rating, keeps harvesting international recognition.

    Now the baterr-biss/galant kolonn wants a share of that market, just like Mauritian Eagle? Its promoter should read the interview of the CEO of Phoenix where he broadly replied to Mauritian Eagle, its ambitious competitor of the time:
    “To pé faire mari ki to pou prend 50% part de marché, abé essaye prend 10%, lerla to kozé”
    Mauritian Eagle is nowadays dead.

  • “way more good”

    🙂 You meant “gooder” or “way better”…?

    in any case, Cheers!

  • le_voyageur

    it reflects the publicity .. sorry but as you stated : ” haven’t still understood the real purpose of your advertising campaigns like Galant Colonne or Batteur Bis and how it can be beneficial for your brand”

    i second that .. if drinking a “ti labiere” can make you do things like proposing a lampost in broad day, well sorry, i’ll stay away from that :p though i don’t drink :p

  • 701st = seven hundred and FIRST… 🙂

  • Bien dit, mon cher. Ki sa ‘ti la-bierr’-la ena a-ferr ar le-fett ki ou ena enn galan kolonn ou enn batter-biss…? Al comprend.

    Sé enn risk tro gro pou enn nouvo produit ki penkor ferr so prév.

    Li ferr moi pense enn reklam ki Mammouth ti ferr lepok enn souval apel Turbo ti pé dessirr koltar dans Sennmarrs: reklam-la ti montré enn boug ki pé riss enn bourik ki pé resisté, ek boug-la pé kriy ar bourik-la:
    “A-nou allé Tirbo, reduction coumsa pa pou gagné enkor”.

    Dimounn ti pé riyé for-for: abé si enn bourik fini comprend ki Mammouth pé tchué, nou ki nou pou al ferr laba? 😀

    Ala couma enn campagne pub mal ‘researched’ / message mal ‘designed’ fini par ‘backfire’.

  • selven

    Definitely with you on that Toconne! I believe Phoenix would be like the second [or third] nicest beer i’ve ever tasted! The best one was home brewed in tivoli! 😀 and i bet there are more like those out there!

  • selven

    Definitely with you on that Toconne! I believe Phoenix would be like the second [or third] nicest beer i’ve ever tasted! The best one was home brewed in tivoli! 😀 and i bet there are more like those out there!

  • Jp

    I’ve tried it. Not so bad. I’ll have to try it again to have a definite opinion.

    What I like is that people have more choices now and I think Stag beverages produces quality beer. I prefer Stag over TiLabiere, but I definitely prefer the taste of a bottle of Phoenix (not in cans though)

  • Wow, what language is this are you guys writing in? Ki lang sa nou ap pale. It’s kinda similar to Haitian Creole. 

  • Hello @facebook-1043524141:disqus!

    Well, that’s the “Mauritian Kreole”, the most widely spoken language in Mauritius.




  • vanessa

    dont you know that ti labierre and the stag are from same company?

  • kouma li marC sa.??? ena ene zouer sanC pu ggne kas sipa ki dmars…??