TFB Short Clips
Originally posted on July 17, 2017 @ 10:47 pm
Bar Bones Corkscrew and Other Accessories
I thought it might interest you to wine n’ dine with a dash of something new. We are talking quirky accessories and stuff that not only looks interesting, but in some cases, it might be more of a conversation starter. Take a look at the following goodies to help take your tippling game to the next level.
Bar Bones Corkscrew
Skulls have always been a subject of interest in the history. Let’s admit it, they look even more cool when some of our daily use items are shaped like skulls. The guys at Bar Bones recently released a set of corkscrews with a very durable construction. Also, the ergonomics bespeak volumes about the quality of this corkscrew at a different level.
Whenever you need to open a new bottle of your favorite drink, just slip your fingers in the hollow eye sockets on the Bar Bones Corkscrew, and let things unwind in a melodramatic way. Given the fact that if you’re going to be hosting a small get together or a party, your friends will definitely want to know where you get your corkscrews from. A stainless steel build, sharp point edge and small pocket sized dynamics go as additional compliments with this package. Have fun!
Chevalier Stemless Aerating Wine Glass
Now you can enjoy the full aerated flavor of your favorite wine by using the Chevalier Stemless Aerating Wine Glass. Don’t worry about size or weight factor; it is a regular glass that houses a small aerating structure inside. The overall liquor holding capacity is 7 ounces, which means that you can continue to pour anything in it without any second thoughts or whatsoever.
As opposed to regular glass, the Chevalier Stemless Aerating Wine Glass is made of Pyrex. Now, to some of you, who are familiar with glasswork, Pyrex is undeniably the most stable and toughest form of glass. It can take more than a few bumps and retains a high resistance against shocks, drops or accidental breakage.
The wine, on the other hand, glides through the built in aerated structure which funnels the liquid inside the glass’s body through various holes. As a result, each serving promises a soothing sensation which leaves little or no desire for the sweet blissful feeling that is to be expected from a typical wine glass. Classy, isn’t it?
Star Wars Stormtrooper Decanter
Couldn’t leave our friends from the Dark Side behind, that’s why I decided to throw one in for them. This bad boy is called the Star Wars Stormtrooper Decanter; loved by many and most expectedly, your guests will like to pour a drink or two from it just for fun’s sake. This helmet shaped decanter has impeccable resemblance to an actual Stormtrooper head gear because the manufacturer used a 1976 mold from one of Andrew Ainsworth’s props.
The Stormtrooper Decanter promises a 750 Millimeters holding capacity. Therefore, no one has to worry about going thirsty anytime between or after their big meal, or whatever is planned of the special occasion. The canister is made from flint glass; it has an elegant vibe and doesn’t occupy a lot of space.
Be sure to raise a glass to your friends and foes from the far-fetched corners of the galactic empire.