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We don’t sell the Das Horn anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

Product info

Das Horn is a timeless relic, a noble trophy that harks back to a cherished era when horns were the drinking vessels of choice for gatherings and feasting. This beautifully designed, modern twist on the ancient drinking horn outshines the lamentable mass-produced glassware we subject ourselves to every day.

With this heroic chalice in your grasp (or hanging round your neck with the included neck strap), you become a mighty Bavarian Viking, wielding the power of an inebriated Germanic Odin to enter a sweet sausage and booze-filled Valhalla. Freedom at last from inferior drinking vessels.

A goblet of this magnitude needs to be proudly displayed above your carved stone fireplace (along with all your other stuffed mythical beast trophies) which is why it comes with it's very own majestic plastic stand.

In the wise and slightly slurred words of its creators – nothing says "I'm enjoying this drink" like a Das Horn.

Product info

Das Horn is a timeless relic, a noble trophy that harks back to a cherished era when horns were the drinking vessels of choice for gatherings and feasting. This beautifully designed, modern twist on the ancient drinking horn outshines the lamentable mass-produced glassware we subject ourselves to every day.

With this heroic chalice in your grasp (or hanging round your neck with the included neck strap), you become a mighty Bavarian Viking, wielding the power of an inebriated Germanic Odin to enter a sweet sausage and booze-filled Valhalla. Freedom at last from inferior drinking vessels.

A goblet of this magnitude needs to be proudly displayed above your carved stone fireplace (along with all your other stuffed mythical beast trophies) which is why it comes with it's very own majestic plastic stand.

In the wise and slightly slurred words of its creators – nothing says "I'm enjoying this drink" like a Das Horn.