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Party Animals Bottle Pourers

By: on January 10, 2015
$8
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I eat grapes from the hands of cherubs and drink wine from the mouths of rhinos. Here's your chance to do the same. Or if stags and cows are more your thing, Suck UK's line of bottle pourers for booze and oils & vinegars will control your liquid's flow while bestowing it with a regal and beastly appeal.

The three pourer designs keep anything from vodka to balsamic streaming smoothly through their open mouths as air flows back into the bottles through strategically placed nostril holes. Animal lovers, hipster mixologists, and big game fetishists rejoice!

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