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ChainWhip
I use a military grade flask made from a collaboration between Oakley and the Macallan. It's the only one I found that can handle the rigors of my lifestyle.

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Trey Manthey
Baller represent!

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ChainWhip
Kidding. of course, but I did see one set for sale for $1200 in a local purveyor's jewel case.

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Richnimrod

Question to Smokinjoe:

What the hell is 'Serendipity'? Who makes it? (I looked it up on several sites and nobody has such a brand listed.)

Is it a Wheater? a Rye-Bourbon? or a Straight Rye?

:slappin:

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Tony Santana

I believe he was referring to the serendipity (a happy accident) of my creation of a delicious blend, one I unfortunately do not know how to re-create. You know, when you stumble onto some pleasant surprise, it is a serendipitous event. Although I kind of like "Serendipity" for the name of a bourbon. Better than "Forgiven" or "B&E". New, from Santana Distilleries, Serendipity. A nice nose, strong caramel mid-palate, yielding to a slight cinnamon burn. A long finish. A solid bargain at $8 a flask.

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Yeti
Question to Smokinjoe:

What the hell is 'Serendipity'? Who makes it? (I looked it up on several sites and nobody has such a brand listed.)

Is it a Wheater? a Rye-Bourbon? or a Straight Rye?

:slappin:

It's actually Ardbeg and Glen Moray with a story and a (current) price tag equally as stupid as the one coming out of Lawrenceburg.

http://ardbegproject.com/serendipity.shtml

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-5024.aspx

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Richnimrod

Wow, there really is such a thing???? :bigeyes: I guess, being pretty much 'Scotch-challenged' I'd never have known that.

I was kidding Joe about his post, assuming everybody would get the joke.

I actually did know the meaning of the word.

Thanx Yeti, for clueing-in the clueless (me). :rolleyes:

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Donny D

And the clincher: very limited availability.

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Donny D

And how was the original vatting of Bulleit with the WSR?

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TheOakMonster
I also have the Stanley flask & a Snowpeak Titanium flask that I often use when on the trails.
Whoa! Didn't know there was a Snowpeak Titanium flask available. I'm a backpacker and peak-bagger, both in the Catskills and Adirondacks and take a drink with each peak. I drink Old Rip Van Winkle in the Catskills and Maker's 46 for the Adirondacks (in reference to the 46 High Peaks in the area). A light weight, backpacking friendly flask would be ideal.

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Enoch

I like to be prepared so I got me a BIG flask.....1 gallon!

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Even comes with a back pack. : )

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Paddy

:bowdown:

I like to be prepared so I got me a BIG flask.....1 gallon!

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Even comes with a back pack. : )

That is one awesome mofo flask!

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Stones
I am no expert. Most of my flask use is limited to cheapo plastic travels flasks as I would hate to have a nice flask confiscated at a game or concert. That being said, I do have 2 Stanley flasks that look like an old green Stanley thermos, and I love them.

I also have a Stanley flask, it's cool old school. :)

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Ari

It is small, but I like my Unger Brothers flask.

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