2001: A Whiskey Accessory
This Isn’t Your Dad’s Whiskey Decanter
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Norlan, a brand that got its start through a clever reimagining of the whiskey tasting glass, just released a whiskey decanter that looks like it belongs in a Bond villain’s lair. The Raif decanter is blown, cut, sanded, polished and oiled by hand, and it’s got the $375 price tag to prove it. But unlike many other glassware and whiskey accessory making companies, it isn’t trying to look like the very old and very daddish Waterford. Instead, the Raif glass is a sculptural piece that shares some aesthetic DNA with the monolith from 2001 and, when full of whiskey, a beer mug (head included). Norlan’s Raif decanter is available for pre-order now.
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