MrTattieHeid wrote:It's the dreaded backwash, Christian. Next time, use a glass!
That'll be the day! I wonder how many cl my mouth can hold - and what would you call such a dram? A mouthfull
perhaps, but how would you define that? By measuring the length of the tongue X 2 * radius * 3.14 (pi) = Hey barkeeper - bring me that measuring tape, I'd like a mouthfull of Uigeadail!
There is a tendency when one nears the end of a bottle to try to stretch the last few drams out, to savor them. This should be resisted, I think--a very small amount in the bottle is subject to much greater proportional evaporation.
I think you are right about that. Usually I'm not fond of long goodbyes and I guess it's better to say down the hatch than stretching it.
Ideally, parcel out those last four drams to some good friends. If, like me, you have no friends, just don't leave that last dram sitting any length of time.
Hehe, like you I'm also the typical "lone drinker" .
Instead of stretching that bottle of Laphroaig CS out for a year, why not drink up and buy another? Or is there some purpose to this?
I'll drink it up soon and problay won't replace it in the nearest future as it currently isn't available in Norway. However, I plan on buying the QC when it reaches my shores in September/October.