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It's normal if the flask is made of inexpensive metal. My recommendation is that you either use a more costly metal flask you simply drink faster!
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There are both positive and negative effects to the whiskey
by adding either water or ice.
Adding nothing - many whisky drinkers are
adamant that adding anything to your whiskey takes away from the natural form
of the product, damaging its unique characteristics.
Adding water - by adding a few drops of water to
a glass of whiskey, you can open up subtle flavors within the whiskey that if
you had drunk neat, you may have never experienced.
Adding ice - I do not recommend adding ice to
your whisky. Ice will cause the
temperature of the whisky to drop rapidly causing the taste to become
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