A fun and convenient way to serve and display delicious finger foods There are two cup-mouth,the smaller one can be separated. Load up the cone with vegetables, french fries, cheese straws and so on. The removable dipping tray makes prep, refills, and clean-up a breeze Color: Beige, Size: 16.4*10.6*6cm,
The traditional style Johnnie Walker Hip Flask in stainless steel with the Johnnie Walker logo embossed on the front. The Johnnie Walker Embossed Hip Flask is the ideal addition to any whiskey-lover’s tool set! It comes with a highly polished finish. It can be filled with 7 oz (200 ml) of liquid, meaning that a sip of Walker will never be far from your lips! The twist off stainless steel captive top is permanently attached to the flask for loss prevention and is made of Stainless Steel which is sturdy and durable with shatter resistant construction. The Johnnie Walker Stainless Steel Hip Flask Is Virtually Unbreakable and Is Constructed with No Seams, Ensuring A Long-Lasting, Leak-Proof Performance. Please note: The flask is designed to carry alcoholic drinks, and should not be used for beverages with an acid content, such as fruit juices or cordials.
What could be cooler than serving shots in a glass made from ice? Freeze water, fruit juice, soft drinks, chocolate or even jelly into a shot glass, then fill with the spirit of your choice for the ultimate chilled drink. Combinations that we’d recommend include a frozen orange juice glass with vodka in, frozen cola with bourbon, melted chocolate poured into the mould and then frozen and filled with Baileys, or frozen tonic with a twist of lemon juice with gin. The possibilities are endless! Each set comes with molds for 4 ice glasses and a serving tray.
Every party needs LED lights. And we have almost never heard of a party without balloons. Well, this time we thought of combining LED lights with balloons to help create an everlasting party vibe. Gently pull the tab and inflate as normal. You will receive five different colours in a single set. LED light will last for about 20 hours. The Elves almost never have a party in the North Pole without this.