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post #91 of 159
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Originally Posted by GQgeek
I don't understand the point of carrying a flask. Do you need a drink that badly in the middle of the day? You guys must hate your jobs...

I seriously doubt any of us drink in the middle of the day at work. I certainly don't.

The reasons I carry a flask are a) to enjoy the pleasure of spiking my esspresso when hanging out at my favorite cafes over the weekend, b) to share the wealth with friends, who in many cases have never even tasted what I'm carrying, and c) for a warming and refreshing tipple after a cold-weather surf session.
post #92 of 159
Not to dig up long dead threads, but is loeeching really a problem from stainless steel?
post #93 of 159
A sterling art deco flask on eBay. I don't want it, feel free to bid. But how big of a problem is tarnishing for something like a flask?
post #94 of 159
A flask is like a snuffbox. You use it whenever you feel necessary which is usually every hour or so.
post #95 of 159
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
A flask is like a snuffbox. You use it whenever you feel necessary which is usually every hour or so.
Precisely.
post #96 of 159
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Originally Posted by Constant craving View Post
Shit, I need a flask.

No, you need an intervention.
post #97 of 159
A friend of mine has a flask that's had 151 in it for 2 years...guessing it's probably not a good idea to drink it.
post #98 of 159
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Originally Posted by injung View Post
A friend of mine has a flask that's had 151 in it for 2 years...guessing it's probably not a good idea to drink it.

Hmmmm...I probably wouldn't try it.

I carry a pretty thin stainless 8oz flask almost everyday. Keep it topped up with Dickle #12 for now. Nothing like a good hefty splash of bourbon in the morning coffee, or a good fortifying slug after a particularly long and cold motorcycle ride on a crisp autumn/winter evening....

.....oh yeah, and throughout the rest of the day, too
post #99 of 159
Hennessy XO in a Victorian silver one.
post #100 of 159
thinking about digging out my flask if i can find it...it's just a bit too cold out there....and jamesons will be in it...
post #101 of 159
Bourbon. Typically Woodford Reserve.

Go glass flask if you can find one; the taste is much better as the months go on (hell, if it sits that long!). And as far as cheap booze in a flask goes: the ultimate act of drinking cheap booze is still the act of drinking cheap booze, regardless of if it sits in a flask or the rest of the bottle is in the cabinet. That notion is comparable to buying cheap ties just to keep in your travel bag so you dont ever have to pack nice ties when its time to travel.
post #102 of 159
Tuaca is pretty good in a flask IMO.
post #103 of 159
I picked up a bottle of Laird's Applejack on sale for $13, so I would stop wasting Pierre Ferrand in cocktails. I think it will also be going in the flask this winter. Last winter was Yamazaki 12.
post #104 of 159
Does anyone put tequila in a flask??
post #105 of 159
Just found my flask today...thought that it was long gone. Just in time for the Northwestern vs Illinois game Saturday...yes. I usually fill mine with Jack Daniels. Occassionally JW Black makes an appearance. Once I filled with Grand Marnier for a camping trip. It was surprisingly good by the fire, though it took awhile to clean it after.
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