Stop Your Friends In Their Tracks With This Striking Decanter
If you’re the type of person who doesn’t want to draw attention to yourself then DON’T get this decanter.
You don’t have to hope you’ll get a STUNNING decanter - you can guarantee it with this one.
The only problem is that once you see this decanter, no other “plain” decanter will do- it’s the same as when you start drinking finer liquors… you won’t want to go back to your old ways.
You’ll love that your decanter is:
- Extremely Detailed- You can show it off to any navy friends and they’ll go nuts.
- Sized Perfectly- It’s not large or overbearing, you’ll find it’s “just the right size”.
- Superbly Crafted- The spigot will get every last drop of your drink INTO your glass.
Maybe you’re buying this as a gift but fair warning; it’ll be tough to give away.
It will look good on your oak shelf, home bar, dining room table, or bathroom counter. Either way, it’ll make your friends want to immediately go out and buy their own.
Hand-Blown by Skilled Artisans –
Within the decanter is an intricate glass ship inspired by the USS Constellation that is meticulously handcrafted while the 1150ml decanter is built around it. You feel a sense of history and quality on every sip.
Leak-Proof Stainless Steel Spigot –
The spigot has an adjustable seal to ensure a leak-proof seal for life. The Prestige Spout offers solid, easy flow technology and an elegant design. Made of stainless steel because nobody wants to taste plastic on their liquor.
Oak Base Crafted in Kentucky –
The wooden display base is handmade of solid oak by master carpenters in Kentucky. The sturdiness of the base reflects the earthiness of the bourbon.
Airtight Glass Stopper -
The ground glass stopper creates a durable airtight seal to last a lifetime. Air will not mix with the purity of the liquor. The pure essence of the liquor is preserved and not evaporated.
The inspiration for this product came from the USS Constellation which was the first vessel put to sea by the United States Navy. On February 9th 1799 under the command of Captain Thomas Tuxton USS Constellation fought and captured the fastest ship in the French Navy, L'Insurgente. This defeat meant not only was the USS Constellation the first Naval vessel put to sea, it was also the first to defeat and enemy.