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In 1737, Benjamin Franklin compiled The Drinker's Dictionary, a list of every word and phrase meaning DRUNK.

275 years later, I got a little PIDGEON EY'D and etched it into a beautiful reclaimed apothecary-style absinthe bottle that makes a fantastic conversation piece for your home bar.

Your NIMTOPSICAL friends will love passing it around while they get totally OXYCROCIUM

***This particular piece comes with three options for the top:
1. With a simple cork stopper for $49
2. With a portrait of Franklin etched into a wooden cap (as pictured) for $54
3. With a custom etched wooden cap, either monogrammed with your initials, or up to ten characters of your choosing for $59

If you're feeling a little WAMBLE CROP’D and want to read more about the Drinker's Dictionary, check out this post on my site www.libationlab.com/dd/

The bottle is about 9 inches tall and 3.5 inches diameter. By volume, it's 750ml, equivalent to a full-size bottle of liquor (commonly call a "fifth"), so a little more than 25 fluid ounces.

Drinker's Dictionary Decanter - A Christmas Gift for Readers and Drinkers



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, wood, cork
  • Only ships within United States.
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