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Good quality metal pourer for expensive whiskey

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With so many alcohol deals going around, i bought a few bottles. Now dont want a single drop to be wasted. Thinking that my best bet is to use pourers. Any thoughts on good quality ones?, Am i better …
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2m, 2d agoPosted 2 months, 2 days ago
With so many alcohol deals going around, i bought a few bottles. Now dont want a single drop to be wasted. Thinking that my best bet is to use pourers. Any thoughts on good quality ones?, Am i better off getting a cocktail accessory set instead? Will appreciate suggestions from experts on the forum.

Needless to say that i am new to drinking
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2m, 2d agoPosted 2 months, 2 days ago
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#2
Just pour it from the bottle. You might not get exact amount each time but its not a waste if it ends up in your mouth.

Its not as if there is other components of drink that needs to be accurate.

Dont spoil your enjoyment worrying how much your pouring, relax pour and enjoy.

Edited By: callum84 on Dec 19, 2016 06:09
#3
I saw these. Was not sure if they work well with whiskey. I dont want to see broken rubber pieces or rust in my whiskey if i leave it on.
#4
callum84
Just pour it from the bottle. You might not get exact amount each time but its not a waste if it ends up in your mouth.

Its not as if there is other components of drink that needs to be accurate.

Dont spoil your enjoyment worrying how much your pouring, relax pour and enjoy.
Thank you i was thinking that there should be no spillage on the side of the bottle every time i turn the bottle right side up. I always see juices or oil spill around the mouth of the bottle just after pouring.
#5
rohanp
I saw these. Was not sure if they work well with whiskey. I dont want to see broken rubber pieces or rust in my whiskey if i leave it on.
They will be fine.
They are made from S/S so will not rust and the rubber portion will be food safe nitrile or PU which will not break down with alcohol.

You can spend more but will probably be overkill.

Enjoy
#6
Clamp lips around end of bottle and pour....job done!
#7
marty-401
Clamp lips around end of bottle and pour....job done!
I think i will gradually be able to do that
Not there just yet :)

Edited By: rohanp on Dec 19, 2016 09:03
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callum84
rohanp
I saw these. Was not sure if they work well with whiskey. I dont want to see broken rubber pieces or rust in my whiskey if i leave it on.
They will be fine.
They are made from S/S so will not rust and the rubber portion will be food safe nitrile or PU which will not break down with alcohol.

You can spend more but will probably be overkill.

Enjoy
Thank you. Have you had any experience using the ones in the link that you shared?
#9
rohanp
callum84
rohanp
I saw these. Was not sure if they work well with whiskey. I dont want to see broken rubber pieces or rust in my whiskey if i leave it on.
They will be fine.
They are made from S/S so will not rust and the rubber portion will be food safe nitrile or PU which will not break down with alcohol.
You can spend more but will probably be overkill.
Enjoy
Thank you. Have you had any experience using the ones in the link that you shared?

I bought some about a year ago but never used them.

I stuck one in a bottle of JD just now and they fit perfectly.

https://i.imgur.com/cn4xJx2.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/esyTScH.jpg

So it's definitely worth getting, they are dirt cheap anyway.
#10
rohanp
callum84
rohanp
I saw these. Was not sure if they work well with whiskey. I dont want to see broken rubber pieces or rust in my whiskey if i leave it on.
They will be fine.
They are made from S/S so will not rust and the rubber portion will be food safe nitrile or PU which will not break down with alcohol.
You can spend more but will probably be overkill.
Enjoy
Thank you. Have you had any experience using the ones in the link that you shared?
No I havent mate. It was PenginsForAll who shared the link.
Was just basing it on the materials used, fact theres not much to go wrong and the hundreds of good reviews.

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