A pair of cups made from white earthenware, pinched and smoothed into shape, polished with leather and a worn beach stone, lined with a translucent crackle glaze and fired in a primitive pit filled with salvaged hardwood. The smoldering fire gives the cup its unique color and depth and reveals all the processes that went into its making.
Pottery vase, utensil holder, carved design, bands of glaze in blue, green, and tan V6
I've been reading about this "Aged at Sea" whiskey for a while. I'd love to try it to see if it has any of the sea notes of Scotch. But at $119/bottle, might be cheaper for me to simply build my own still on the Chesapeake... Jefferson's Ocean Aged at Sea Kentucky Straight Bourbon