In one way or another, the flask has been around for ages. Beginning with the wineskin, the idea of portable alcohol for travel has been popular for quite some time. However, the pocket flask itself became the most utilized during the prohibition era, as its clandestine style was perfect for hiding liquor. A doctor could even prescribe a flask of liquor. Fast forward to today, and you can see the awesome benefits of this contemporary vessel!
Quality and Sparkle
Our rhinestone liquor flasks are unlike any other with their modern, blingy flair! Anyone adorning one of these containers will look like a true high class citizen. The rhinestone cap is just that extra touch of luxury that every respectable fashionista needs. With a wide array of colors to choose from, anyone can enjoy holding one of these containers at any time and place! Take the party with you wherever you go.
How to Enjoy
Anyone can use our collection in many ways. Many people enjoy simply just by filling up their container with their favorite liquor. The most popular liquors for flasks are whiskey, bourbon, rum, gin, and brandy. But that can change depending on the occasion and place. However, there are many other uses for this container other than liquor as well. You can use it for water, different kinds of juices, teas, and many more! Never worry about a metallic taste with these flasks because we've got you covered! Our stainless steel collection consists of the best 18/8 food grade steel that won't make its contents taste bad, unlike poor quality stainless steel.
How to Clean
Cleaning and caring for these narrow-nosed containers can sound difficult, but it can be super simple! It only takes a few minutes of time. In order to get the best clean, we recommend hand-washing these because dishwashers cannot internally cleanse as thoroughly. We also recommend hand washing in order to maintain the integrity of its quality. Adding warm water and shaking it around will suffice for a quick initial clean. If you need to remove any odors or want a deeper clean, shaking some water and vinegar around in the container will get the job done. Just don't forget to rinse until all the vinegar is out!