What alcohol do you put in a hip flask?

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Date created: Wed, Feb 17, 2021 6:01 AM
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The standards are port, whisky, sloe gin and cherry brandy. But there are almost infinite variations of hipflask recipes, from the sublime to the ridiculous. H&H canvassed some hardcore hunting people for their opinions: Hannah Vowles: plum gin or rhubarb vodka.

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Yes you can fill your flask with water with no issues but if you’ve gone all out and purchased a hip flask then you want to pop some booze in it. Not all booze is made equal, let me explain what is good and what is bad:-Liquor is the ideal alcohol for your flask so just stick with this and you can’t go wrong.

Good quality scotch is great for a hip flask as you don't need to chug it down - you get the perfect 'nip' every time. See how you get on sipping in conjunction with a cup of water. A lot of whisky drinkers will add a splash of water to open up the flavour and having a cup of water to hand is a decent substitute when your using a hip flask.

Fill Your Flask. What should you put in it? The experts are unanimous: hard liquor only, which means 80 proof and above. Whiskey, bourbon, rum, gin, brandy (Cognac, Armagnac) are fine. Lower alcohol beverages such as beer or wine don’t keep well in a flask, nor do cocktails, cream liqueurs, or citrus-based liquids

My favourite spirit is G&T or JD and coke but you can't put mixers in a hip flask as it ruins the flask and doesn't keep. The only spirits I like neat are sweet ones. I'm looking to put something...

All our hip flasks are made to store alcohol liquids with high alcohol content, spirits in other words, so for example whisky, gin, rum, vodka etc. Other liquids just don’t work so stick with what we tell you and you and your flask will have a cracking time. Remember drink responsibly folks.

Report 11 years ago. #3. There is no general rule. I suppose a lot of people put Whiskey in hip flasks, so, that's a good'un (I know my dad does every time there's a rugby match, and then sits there swigging away and drunkenly fumbling it into my hands when he feels I deserve some).

Cruzan Black Strap Rum – Flasks and rum go together like peanut butter and chocolate and for the real cold game days you’ll want a heavier rum than Bacardi 8 in your flask. When you are freezing your ass off, there’s nothing like the thick molasses, chocolate and brown sugar tastes of the Cruzan Black Strap Rum.

Or during the winter, to ward off cold and flu germs, fill our small sized Ladies Prohibition Flask with vodka, and use the liquor as a hand sanitizer. Whatever you put in your flask, just make sure it's one with a screw top so that anything poured into it securely stays there!

And it's too hard to clean. I just fill up a gatorade bottle with some kind of mixed drink and tell people it's juice (which is like, 50% correct, right?). Or sometimes I'll smile and tell people it's alcohol and give them a goofy smile which makes them think I'm lying, so they drop it.

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