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  1. #11
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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    As a chemist, I'm very interested in the result. Please post when available.

    Thanks.

    Will

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    Quote Originally Posted by Bourbon Boiler View Post
    Keep us posted of the results. As an engineer, I'd love to get a copy of the lab report if you don't mind.
    Quote Originally Posted by Special Reserve View Post
    As a chemist, I'm very interested in the result. Please post when available.
    As a nerd, in general, I'd love to see the results.
    Mark Edwards - Proof of Sanity Forged Upon Request

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    Very interesting story, will be following this one! Gotta love those intrigued scientists in the lab too.

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    I use Pro Lab for mold and lead based paint tests in my work, and I've been happy with them. Glad they are helping out with this as I have some 1980s WT 8 101 I hope will only damage my liver and not my brain.

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    Quote Originally Posted by Young Blacksmith View Post
    Very interesting story, will be following this one! Gotta love those intrigued scientists in the lab too.
    I'll acknowledge excitement when something different comes into the lab. Unfortunately it does not happen often these days.

  6. #16
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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    I know people that have drank from many Michter's decanters over the years and while most of them are in very good health for their age, most of them are also quite unique characters. Hmmmmm.
    If you have anything Michter's or Pennco and would like to sell it or share it with me, please let me know.

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    I have deen brinking from decanters for years and I have yet to notice any dane bramage.

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    Not trying to be pushy, just bumping to see if anything has been determined yet.

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    I guess they followed through on their joke and drank the sample vs testing it...can't blame them though!
    You can find me in chat most nights on days ending with the letter y!

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    Re: Leaching of Lead into Whiskey from Ceramic Decater Glazing

    No response yet...patiently waiting...

    (Tap. Tap. Tap.)

 

 

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