Bullet Bourbon Drinker’s Kit
The Bullet Bourbon Drinker’s Kit is a drinker’s dream. It was created to help first-time drink makers, Bullet Bourbon lovers, or anyone willing to buy an inexpensive kit. This can also be used as a gift. It comes with a bottle of Bullet Bourbon and a glass. It also includes a muddler, bitters, and whiskey stones.
Try this Bourbon Recipe
Bullet Bourbon is perfect to make your favorite drinks. Here is a recipe for a perfect Bullet Lemonade
Don’t forget to engrave it
At Pompei Gift Baskets, we provide engraving services for a wide range of items. This includes bottles, flasks, wooden trunks, cheese boards, coasters, glasses, and more. Our high-quality engraving process involves etching directly onto the glass and filling it with coloring. Engraving will give you a personalized touch that is perfect for any occasion.
Our engraving service is perfect for a variety of occasions, such as groomsmen’s gifts, bridesmaid boxes, job promotions, engagement parties, anniversaries, and more. We pride ourselves on our quick turnaround time of only 2 business days. Moreover, we offer customized engraving options with four different choices and meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that your gift is truly one-of-a-kind.
Please note that while text can be engraved on all of our products, label, photo, or logo engraving is only available for certain bottles. If you have any questions or need help with your engraving project, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Let our skilled giftologists help bring your creative vision to life!
Did you know?
The name “bourbon” is extremely ambiguous in its history. However, Bourbon County in Kentucky and Bourbon Street in New Orleans are the most well-known rivals. Both names derive from the House of Bourbon, a French-born European royal family. Although the rules demand that bourbon be kept in charred oak barrels, there is no minimum maturing period. However, the bourbon that has been aged for less than four years needs to contain an age statement on the label and must have aged for at least two years to be considered “straight bourbon.”