haha, fatrat FTW!!!
haha, fatrat FTW!!!
My favorite was a trip to a methodist mission in the mountains a few years ago. Wanted to bring a little bourbon, but didn't want to offend our hosts who graciously let us stay for free. Answer to dilemma: a Pirates of the Caribbean aluminum water bottle from Walmart. Who's gonna notice a kids water bottle?? Simple, cheap, effective. And after my son was born, he confiscated it
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If the concern is about weight and durability, there are a handful of vintners using aluminum bottles now. Flasq is one producer and Jean-Charles Boisset has bottled in the past using both plastic and aluminum. Also, Coppola wines was offering product in small cans a few years ago… don’t know if they are still around.
Some spirits manufacturers are also experimenting with alternatives to glass, like this Scotch in a can. In my opinion, Scotch in a can = awesome.
If the main concern is keeping a low profile, I’ve always been fine using lidded plastic mugs and simply taking care to pour discretely (in the car, for example), but I suppose transporting the spirits in any number of reusable containers would work fine and might be more convenient. Those bottles from Target seem like a good idea, as long as they don't leak. One thing though, I think that most plastics will be corroded by high proof liquors… probably not a big deal for a long weekend but I wouldn’t leave spirits in them for an extended period of time.
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what ever you do, do not put tequilla rose in a military canteen. the taste will never come out.
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Ended up going with some Sub Zero brand Stainless Steel bottles they just happen to be 750Ml got 3 total so I can carry more that one flavor . The two biggest reasons are low profile and durability. Thank you all for all of the Info
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