Alcohol Bottles Turned Into Hookahs

Mar 19, 2014

Category: Gear, Vices

Parting is such sweet sorrow. At $50 a pop, it just doesn’t feel right to throw an empty bottle of Patron in the recycling bin; like, so many memories were made with that thing. TheHOOKAHolic’s store on Etsy is in total agreement with us on that, and that’s evidenced by these boozes bottles-turned hookahs.

There’s Crown Royal, Grand Mariner, Smirnoff, Jaegermeister, and many more to choose from. Hell, they might even work with you and hook you up with an old Listerine bottle. Each hookah is handmade with a custom-built purge valve system and custom diffused stems. Every order comes with one hose, one ceramic bowl with a rubber fitting, one steel tray with a rubber fitting, one stainless steel stem, a pair of tongs, and the empty bottle with the built-in valve and rubber fitting for your hose attachment. [Purchase]

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