- Absolut Vodka was established in 1879 by Lars Olsson Smith and is produced in Åhus, Sweden.
- Our trays are all handmade from glass Absolut Vodka bottles which have been flattened in the kiln 2.
- Absolut Vodka always make great gifts, add that unique touch to any Man Cave, Bar or Tavern
- This tray has silicone stoppers to the back of the dish for the prevent slipping or sliding.
- Great Gift! Absolut Vodka
Its Absolut Vodka serving tray - Melted Glass Perfect to use for dish & gift! Serve your guests in style. Great to be used to serve snacks, candy, salami, olives, sausage, cheese, cheese or and crackers. It can also be used to place spoons on when serving dishes or a coaster for a beverage. The neck of the bottle has the original glass texture. You can see the famous Absolut Vodka bottle and original label. All of our Melted Bottles come with the labels melted on the inside of the bottle. This tray has silicone stoppers to the back of the dish for the prevent slipping or sliding. Please note this plates are not dishwasher safe, please hand wash with dish soap and water. A Little history on Absolut Vodka Absolut was established in 1879 by Lars Olsson Smith and is produced in Åhus, Sweden. Smith challenged the city of Stockholm's liquor marketing monopoly with his vodka. It was sold just outside the city border at a lower price than the monopoly's product. Smith even offered free boat rides to the distillery and "Rent Brännvin" made Smith a fortune. In 1917, the Swedish government monopolized the country's alcohol industry. Vodka was then sold nationwide under the name "Absolut Rent Brännvin". The name changed with intervals, Renat Brännvin or Absolut Rent Brännvin. In 1979, the old name Absolut was picked up when the upper-price range ABSOLUT VODKA was introduced. Renat is still a euphemism for spirits in Sweden, and the name of another vodka product by Vin & Sprit. Absolut Vodka was introduced to the global market in 1979. Since its launch, Absolut has grown to sell over 90 million litres of vodka annually by 2008. The vodka is made from winter wheat. Approximately 80,000 metric tons (2,900,000 bushels) of wheat are used annually to produce Absolut Vodka. Over one kilogram of grain is used in every one-liter bottle