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Project by Theewoodworking posted 01-22-2016 12:54 PM 640 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

For quite some time I cherished the idea to build me a “Travelbox”. Because we are avid campers caravans. And what could be more pleasant than in the evening to enjoy a good drop from Scotland in the sunset in front of the caravan? However, it was always the case that it was difficult to transport the glasses (in the caravan we have reasons of weight otherwise only plastic glasses case, in which I but pour no “expensive” whiskey) and open whiskey bottles are transported more difficult adequately (necessarily standing ). I also do not like to drink for 3 weeks the same whiskey, but Switch on daytime. So had to be a solution, safe and easy to carry 2 glasses and 3-4 “sample vials” a 10cl. Explanation: “Sample bottles” one uses else to order bottles of more expensive drop to share with several people or samples (“Samples”) to be able to pass on to others Whisky friends.
A compromise I received at the end: my “good” glasses do not go with them to travel, because they are too fragile and I did not want to work with foam and fabric depositors but pure wood should be used. So I went back to my two older standard tumbler, which for the holidays are more than adequate but which are at the same time quite easy to stow safely. At the same time the case had to be a little wider, so that now find 5 bottles Place. Is a good deal :-)

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#1 posted 01-22-2016 08:18 PM

This certainly looks like it will do what it was made for very well. After all, a person needs to treat their whiskey with respect!!!

-- I aspire to be a novice woodworker...

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#2 posted 01-24-2016 02:39 PM

Yes, I second that.

-- Bob in Montana. Kindness is the Language the blind can see and deaf can hear. - Mark Twain

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