The result was perfect vodka, with absolutely no additives. No glycol (an ingredient for engine anti-freeze); no citrus oil (used in its raw form as an insect exterminant); and no raw sugar. Nothing was needed, because it was abundantly clear that finely produced vodka came by its smoothness and flavor naturally. So in the end, the only things required were a glass and a pure spirit of one’s own.
The price was excellent, the shipping was lightning speed and the skull bottles with the purified vodka are beautiful. They are Christmas presents and I can't wait to give them!!! Thank you for such great service.
I saw the Crystal Head on Sunday Morning on an interview with Dan Akroyd. It looked so amazing and just happened to be one of my son in laws favorite...Vodka. I immediately surfed the net to find the cost. I was a little overwhelmed with what I saw. Some sights had the product for well over $100. I even saw EMPTY BOTTLES up for auction costing more than I paid for the full bottle at Wine Chateau! I have to tell you you won't find any place cheaper than here. I was thrilled with the fast shipment as well. It is a Christmas gift so I can't comment on the quality of the Vodka but all in all I am so happy with my purchase. Can't wait for my son in laws reaction!
if u buy the bottle does it coe with the vodka in it it might sound like a dumb question but some one said it might not
Yes, the bottle does come with the vodka inside it.
Dan Aykroyd is a well-known actor, musician, entrepreneur and spiritualist; a believer in what he calls the "invisible world" where otherworldly presences are a "form of reality as valid as our normal reality." Partner and veteran fine artist John Alexander has exhibited extensively in the United States and around the world. Together, they were avid researchers of the legend of the 13 crystal heads. And from this inspiration, an idea was born.
A controversial archaeological mystery, 13 crystal heads have been found in regions around the world, from the American southwest to Tibet. They’re dated between 5,000 and 35,000 years old, and were supposedly polished into shape from solid quartz chunks over a period of several hundred years. Although according to Hewlett Packard engineers, they bear no tool marks to tell us exactly how they were made.