Bottle shop worker lights up the internet with advice for young Australians on how to get the most out of booze

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A young employee at a bottle shop provided a colorful guide to drinking alcohol for young people based on the occasion and their budget.

The outspoken young woman, who works at the Cabramatta Bottler shop in Sydney’s south-west, has advice that spans budget, alcohol content, tastes and even ego size.

“If you’re not sure what kind of drink to bring to your party, I’ll help you out here,” she said, before immediately jumping to the minimum legal drinking age.

‘Eighteen, are you going to your first party? You should stick to Absolut or Smirnoff (vodka brands)…you don’t have enough money to buy the other shit,’ she said, appealing to those on a budget limit.

A young woman’s (pictured) video on alcohol buying advice has gone viral on TikTok

Just so there’s no confusion, the store posted a disclaimer below the video, saying it “does not condone underage drinking.”

Koi manager Olivia told Daily Mail Australia that the bottle shop was very pleased with the video.

“It’s great, she gives advice to younger and less experienced drinkers,” she said.

“It expands their knowledge about alcohol.”

But the cohort of young people over the legal drinking age are unlikely to be hard drinkers, so she gave advice on that too.

“Speaking of 18-year-olds, it’s going to be a light center when you go to the party, so you need ciders,” Koi said.

“You can always go for the OG Cruisers, but my best advice is Divas.

“It’s 8% alcohol, double that of a Cruiser, and it’s only $15 (for a four-pack).”

One commentator, however, was worried about revealing a secret.

“Nooo, don’t talk to people about Divas,” they said.

An aversion to the taste of alcohol doesn’t stop him from trying to sell you a bottle or two.

“If you don’t like the taste of alcohol, Midori Illusion is the way to go,” Koi said.

“To me, it just tastes like really sweet lemonade and it’s soul mate to a lightweight.”

One commenter disagreed with her, saying “Midori doesn’t taste like sweet lemonade, it’s more hearty”.

The woman recommended Diva fruit flavored drinks (pictured) as they contain

The woman recommended Diva fruit flavored drinks (pictured) as they contain ‘8% alcohol’

In case the video went too far to appeal to young men, Koi changed it.

“For the ladies, any of these Alizes (a mixture of vodka and cognac), mix it with Sprite and you’re good to go,” she said.

Then she moved on to those with larger budgets.

“When you go to your Asian uncle’s birthday bro, you have to spend some money.

“In my personal experience, I always go for the whole thing – Hennessy VSOP ($99.99) and a Martell Blue Swift ($104.99) are the stock standard,” she said, naming two types. brandy.

Young people are pictured having fun at a party, possibly after receiving TikTok advice

Young people are pictured having fun at a party, possibly after receiving TikTok advice

“But if you’ve got a little more money to burn and a bigger ego, go for the f****** (Hennessy) XO bro.”

As Hennessy XO is $269.99 in its store, it’s not for the faint-hearted, but Koi assured viewers that it would be well received.

“Every uncle loves them and when you party with the elders, you just have to learn to develop a high tolerance (to alcohol).

“They shoot bottles out of nowhere, bro.”

For those who want to create the ambiance of a bar at home or at a party, she had a solution for that too.

Cheers!  Four glasses are shown clinking together while friends have a drink or two

Cheers! Four glasses are shown clinking together while friends have a drink or two

“If you want your favorite shot from a bar, like a Wet P**** shot, we’ve premixed it for you so you don’t have to make it yourself.”

Koi concluded by saying “If this video is too long or if you want a second part, let me know.”

Judging by the over 600 comments the video received in one day, there will likely be a follow-up.

Many commenters were intrigued by Koi’s voice, with one asking “is it like a normal accent or is it set?”

The answer given by another poster was that it was a Western Sydney accent.

Another who enjoyed the video said the young woman was “Cabramatta’s best investment”.

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