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BarCraft Cut-Glass Whisky Decanter and Tumbler Set in Gift Box (5 Pieces) £7 (Prime) £11.49 (Non-prime) @ Amazon
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In stock on March 12, 2020
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With classic cut-glass details and a silicone stopper to preserve flavour

It’s no wonder whisky’s seen as such a dapper drink – after all, it was a favourite of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. Whether ‘your way’ is a Scotch or a bourbon, with BarCraft’s cut-glass whisky decanter and tumbler set, you can store and pour your whisky with all the refinement of the Rat Pack.

This four-piece set includes everything you need to sip, savour and store your whisky. There's a 900 ml (1½-pint) glass decanter, plus four 200 ml (7 fl oz) Old Fashioned glasses. Each is made of high-quality glass with traditional cut-glass detailing. This gives them a stately look that’s sure to add flair to a home bar or drinks cabinet.

The only thing left to do: gather your friends, pull out your favourite Scotch and enjoy the wee small hours!

Features

- Every sip of whisky should be savoured! So, store, pour and serve your tipple of choice in suave style with this 5-piece decanter set
- It includes a 900 ml (1½-pint) glass whisky decanter - big enough for a standard bottle of Scotch - and 4 Old Fashioned glasses
- Scotch or Bourbon. Stored or poured. Your whisky will always looks debonair with this set's traditional cut-glass detailing
- The decanter features a silicone seal to create an airtight lock. This stops your whisky evaporating or deteriorating when stored
- Makes a great gift: It comes packed in a smart BarCraft box, complete with a recipe for a tasty Old Fashioned and a 12 month guarantee
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I would suggest if money is tight you buy a better second hand set from a charity shop or car boot sale rather than such a poor quality set. Thanks OP for making the effort to post it but as you mention, the reviews say it all.
COUPONKEV12/02/2020 18:41

I would suggest if money is tight you buy a better second hand set from a …I would suggest if money is tight you buy a better second hand set from a charity shop or car boot sale rather than such a poor quality set. Thanks OP for making the effort to post it but as you mention, the reviews say it all.


Old crystal glass contains lead. The longer a liquid is in contact with the glass he higher the concentration of lead becomes. Short term use (drinking glasses and decanting wine) is relatively low risk, but something like whisky which could be in a decanter longer will adsorb a larger amount of lead and present a much higher risk.
mail4412/02/2020 18:50

Old crystal glass contains lead. The longer a liquid is in contact with …Old crystal glass contains lead. The longer a liquid is in contact with the glass he higher the concentration of lead becomes. Short term use (drinking glasses and decanting wine) is relatively low risk, but something like whisky which could be in a decanter longer will adsorb a larger amount of lead and present a much higher risk.


I think you’ll be fine, much more to be worried about out there
COUPONKEV12/02/2020 18:52

I think you’ll be fine, much more to be worried about out there


You could well be right, but wanted to make the risk known.

The biggest risk group from lead poisoning is to developing foetuses whose mothers shouldn't be drinking anyway. One of few jobs in the UK women of child bearing age aren't allowed to do is making car batteries because of the associated risk to early/unknown pregnancies.
mail4412/02/2020 18:50

Old crystal glass contains lead. The longer a liquid is in contact with …Old crystal glass contains lead. The longer a liquid is in contact with the glass he higher the concentration of lead becomes. Short term use (drinking glasses and decanting wine) is relatively low risk, but something like whisky which could be in a decanter longer will adsorb a larger amount of lead and present a much higher risk.


Sounds fun bet that gets u proper mashed up init
Frank30uk12/02/2020 18:38

No, sold out already


Shame, I wanted to be like the old boy from Howard's Way...
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