Oak Bottle Surpasses Kickstarter Goal in Time
The Oak Bottle is revolutionizing the world of small batch wine and spirit aging just in time for the holiday season.
After the success of their recent Kickstarter Campaign, the OakBottle is prepared to take on the holidays with new product offerings and a bright future in the home and professional barrel aging arenas.
The Oak Bottle is the first aging vessel ever created that allows home enthusiasts to tinker with the flavor profiles of their wine and spirits. Its unique design can take an average Cabernet, mediocre whiskey or any other spirits and transform them into something extraordinary in anywhere from a few hours to a few days.
Thanks to their Kickstarter Campaign, they were able to unveil an even higher quality, streamlined bottle design and a few new creations just in time for gift giving.
“Our project wound up being 320% funded, far exceeding our goals and raising close to $100,000,” said inventor Joel Paglione. “This will go a long way towards putting our best bottle yet into the hands of whiskey, wine, beer, and cocktail lovers everywhere.”
As a reward for hitting the first goal of the campaign, they released their exclusive Levitating Cocktail. This unique device literally “lifts your spirits,” defying gravity and turning heads with its powers of levitation.
Hot off their new precision lathe machine–which their Kickstarter helped purchase—also comes their LUX Edition Oak Bottles. This limited release features five distinct designs that are laser etched across the entire exterior of the bottles. These intricate three-dimensional patterns add a sophisticated splash unlike any other to the home bar.
Professional mixologists from around the world are putting the Oak Bottle to new and innovative uses centered on aging cocktails and creating unique spirit concoctions, and now everyone has the power to join the movement themselves.
Creator Joel Paglione grew up immersed in the winemaking industry through his family’s vineyard and winery. It was here he learned that the smaller the oak barrel, the quicker it was to achieve that ideal oak character. Yet, there were no cost effective, small sized options available for the home enthusiast. This revelation spurred him to develop the smallest possible oakinfusion vessel ever made and the Oak Bottle was born.
His invention is making its way into retailers including Brookstone, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lakeland UK and many stores in the Midwest, and can be found worldwide in the USA, Dubai, Russia, the UK, Australia, Canada, and Germany.
It has even been put on display in North America’s largest wine museum next to the historic oak barrel.
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