A pocket stuffed with minis? Decidedly unclassy. A pocket discretely toting a flask? That’s more like it. And if you want to take your portable liquor game to a level that makes Sinatra look like a hobo, get this. A joint effort from fine leather goods maker Bexar Goods and luxury kitchenware brand Jacob Bromwell, the Vermonter Flask is handcrafted from copper in Vermont, then wrapped in hand-sewn, vegetable tanned leather in Texas.
Jacob Bromwell uses a labor-intensive, 200-year-old process to line the the copper flask with tin, rendering it food and beverage safe, and the machined copper screw top makes the flask eternally leak-free. Bexar uses durable poly thread to stitch on the leather wrap, which will only start to look better as you carry your flask around. Since copper doesn’t rust, you’ll only need to polish it to keep the copper shine, or allow the metal to oxidize and watch it and the leather develop beautiful, dueling patinas.
The result of combining two masters in the world of handcrafted goods is an heirloom quality vessel that will hold nine ounces of your favorite bourbon or rye from the day you get it to the day one of your far-off descendants uses it for a nip of Proxima Centauri rum aboard his very own starship.
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