Yeah, a steal, right? Personally, I prefer a pewter tankard myself. It keeps drinks REALLY cold, so cold it burns most others' lips, hehe...but I
have some kind of weird hot/cold tolerance thing... It is pretty heavy though, but dishwasher safe, and just plain cool.
I thought we were talking about Vikings...
I have recently purchased some horns from an undisclosed source, for the discerning gentlemen only...
I thought I would add some more helpful advice, by popular demand from those who would rather not post their questions here.
Arise Thread!!! Arise!
When carving intricate "designs" on your drinking skulls and horns please be cautious and wear your PPE, for the novices please don't be afraid to
ask, we are talking about goggles and a breathing mask. It is very important to protect yourself from the dust as it will gather mucous in your lungs
and cause quite an illness in most people. Especially more detailed and intricate inscriptions such as The Helm of Terror, The Pyramid with the -you
know... and any Reptilian overlord inscriptions that are only found on
I hope you enjoy this thread, and if you are still alive please take calcium supplements, but not to much because that may be unhealthy.
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
What resins are recommended ?
i want to make a buffalo horn Klingon drinking vessel.
It must hold Rum and Everclear...I was Cav after all...
I would highly recommend a food grade polymer resin. It will be clear but may have a slight aftertaste for the first few uses. I have seen 2 step
applications available on the interwebz
re. Everclear eats at wax.
What vessel would you recommend for single malt scotch?
I don't think drinking from a crystal skull would be breaking to far from tradition.
This Crystal skull is as good as it gets, a smaller top for aroma this crystal skull appears to be "NEAT" (Naturally Engineered Aroma Technology). It
is also a great conversation piece. If you like I am sure the stem could be removed, but I kind of like it the way it is for some reason.
I hope you find what you are looking for and please remember to always sanitize your tools when you are finished with them.
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