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Kettle One Vodka Handmade melted bottle serving tray - Great one kind gifts

$36.97
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AKUKONE
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2.00 LBS
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  • Kettle One Vodka
  • Our trays are all handmade from glass Kettle One Vodka bottles which have been flattened in the kiln 2.
  • Kettle One 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! Kettle Vodka

 

Its Kettle One 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 Kettle One 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 Kettle One Ketel One Vodka is made in a little town called Schiedam, about an hour and a half’s drive outside of Amsterdam in Holland. Schiedam used to be a major spirits trading hub key to the Dutch trading network. This area was famous for having a large number of distilleries that produced a wide array of spirits and liqueurs. It was during this time in the 1600’s that Joannes Nolet first began to distill. Things changed dramatically in the late 1800’s with the invention of the column still, which enabled distilleries to produce spirits that were far more neutral than with the pot still. This lead to fierce price wars over spirits and shrank the number of distilleries in Schiedam dramatically. Things changed even further during the 1930’s and 40’s with World War 2 where most of the neighboring city of Rotterdam was leveled flat. The Nolet family shifted their focus from producing a large number of spirits to producing very few, high quality spirits.

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