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  1. #21
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    Re: Bourbon gift for groomsmen

    I just got married a few months ago, so I know all about trying to find the right gift...

    I did a quick search and found a personalized decanter and matching shot glasses!

    http://www.findgift.com/gift-ideas/pid-102779/

    I am not sure of the quality, but they look nice.

  2. #22

    Re: Bourbon gift for groomsmen

    The ones that I saw on the right side are Luigi Bromioli (sp?). Hard to get my hands on recently as the US distributor quit answering her phone a few months ago.
    I have used that pattern for Yacht Decorators.

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    Re: Bourbon gift for groomsmen

    I wouldn't go with any sort of flask because in some jurisdictions it is considered to be an open container even when its full. I would go with Makers and the personalized drinking glasses.

    Regards,
    Squire

  4. #24
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    Re: Bourbon gift for groomsmen

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    I wouldn't go with any sort of flask because in some jurisdictions it is considered to be an open container even when its full. I would go with Makers and the personalized drinking glasses.
    It makes sense to put a flask in the trunk in any case.

    My son-in-law gave his groomsmen each a nice engraved stainless steel flask when he married my daughter five years ago. We had the wedding and reception in our back yard, and he filled the flasks just before the wedding from my cabinet! With my permission, I must add.

    He used a 1.75 liter of Maker's Mark that I had bought up in Wisconsin at a really good price, even though it's not a favorite. So I was glad to part with it. By the end of the reception late that evening, many of the flasks were dry, since my seven five-gallon kegs of homebrew had about run out by then.

    Only trouble is, he neglected to give a flask to his new father-in-law.

    Jeff
    "One never knows, do one?" Fats Waller, American Musician, 1904-1943

 

 

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