A Whiskey Decanter That’ll Put You Three Sheets to the Wind

What do you do with a drunken sailor? Buy him this.

May 11, 2017 9:00 am

Not only is the USS Constellation the first the first Navy ship to defeat an enemy boat, it also seems to be the first naval watercraft to end up in a decanter.

Handblown in Kentucky by the master artisans at Prestige Decanters, the Constellation 1797 decanter contains a glass replica of the famous ship and rests on a handcrafted wooden base.

Made from extra-thick borosilicate glass, the decanter is sealed off with an airtight stopper that prevents liquor from escaping from anywhere other than the piece’s stainless steel spigot.

Ship Decanter (3 images)

With enough space for 1150ml of your preferred bottle of poison, the stylish decanter motivates you to drain it, of course not to get blotto, but to make the Constellation fully visible.

Marked down from $120 to an even C-note, the piece includes a full 90-day guarantee, sailor.

Way, hay and up she rises.


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