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Carry On Cocktail Kit

If you canīt afford business class but feel like an Old Fashioned mid-flight, you can now pack this awesome pocket-sized cocktail kit. When you get on the plane, simply order a mini-bottle of bourbon and mix on! everything else you need is in the box. The Carry On Cocktail Kit provides a custom combination bar spoon/muddler to mix in the included cane sugar and small-batch bitters, plus a recipe card and a linen coaster. The kit is FAA-compliant, youīll make it trough security just fine.



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THE BUILD

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NIYAMA RESORT | MALDIVES

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SILOLONA SOJOURNS | LUXURY CRUISES INDONESIA

Silolona Sojourns are one of the most sought after private travel experiences in South East Asia. Silolona Sojourns offers expeditions on two primary boats the Silolona and the Si Datu Bua, both modern incarnations of the traditional Indonesian ships, originally used for trade along the historic spice routes, these mini yachts offer comfort and experiences that can compete with some of the most modern yachts of today. Built using raw materials with great attention t...
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