Have a hankering for all things bourbon, authentic, and Americana? Well then this is just the thing: a historically accurate flask from Jacob Bromwell. Their Great American Flask starts at $200, with the price increasing if you also want a copper funnel, some polish, and an engraving.
This beauty is pure copper—which, of course is the most important metal there is when it comes to making small batch whisky (or whiskey). It gets better with age, too. This flask is soldered together rather than welded, so it’s as close to the real nineteenth century article as you can get, right down to the American Birch stopper.