posted on Apr, 15 2012 @ 09:43 PM
Scotch Whiskey? That seems pretty traditional as a disaster flask.
What about Rum? The high seas wouldn't have been so high in the past if it wasn't for the demon rum.
Those two will take the chill off in most cases.
What about Old Krupnik
? Thats a pretty popular flask around here for winter
camping/hiking, hunting and fishing in cold wet weather.
I asked the guy at the liquor store if wine needed to be refrigerated after it was opened and he told me that only sherry, doesn't need to be
refrigerated. Something like Harvey's Bristol Cream
I love that stuff in cooking and as a desert shot or aperitif shot. I would put that in the wine skin simply because it will keep without
So you are huddled in a cold wet old wooden shed, and someone is going to try to get the arrow out of your leg, what are you gonna want to take a swig
What's your favorite? It needn't be an alcoholic drink it can be any sort of drink that you would want to offer to someone on the road, if they
offered you a cigarette and you were going to be walking together for a while.
edit on 15-4-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)