Next time you’re at a party, ditch the red plastic cup for this bad-ass drinking vessel
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Once upon a time, humans partied with drinking horns harvested from the heads of animals. This modern version, which is made from food-grade plastic with a stainless steel rim, is a little more friendly, but still, like its predecessors, totally BPA free.
While you’re eating, the 24-ounce horn rests in an accompanying table stand. When you’re ready to work the room, you can hang the vessel from your neck with the included strap.