This hipflask is welded by hand from stainless steel, each flask baring its own design one-of-a-kind serial number letting you know it’s special. No mass-produced, Chinese-made disposable flask for you — these are all individually made by British product and furniture designer Tom Cecil. He’ll even engrave it with your initials should you so request when you place your customized order. But most importantly, each flask also houses a 50ml shot, which means you’ll be free to amp up any old swig of soda in a splash. Cheers. Of course, this sort of handcrafted loveliness doesn’t come cheap — you’re looking to spend around $563 greenbacks (£300). But if you’re really into luxury liquor container investments, you may want to look into the brass edition too, set to release next year — that’ll run you almost $600 (£300).

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