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Meet the flagship of our copper wares, the Absolut Elyx Pineapple of Hospitality. A traditional symbol of generosity and friendship, this stunning copper drinking vessel looks as good on your bar or on your table, and with a handy hole for a straw is perfect to sip and savor a wide range of Elyx cocktails.
Our Copper Pineapple is presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box with copper damask detailing, making it the perfect gift.
Here’s what our customers are saying about this product:
"I LOVE my pineapple tumbler. It is a statement piece that also makes my cocktails taste just a bit sweeter due to the amazing presentation and copper insulation. Definitely worth adding to your bar cart accessories!" ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ – Clark A
"I absolutely love this copper pineapple. It has a nice weight to it and looks and feels luxe. It's definitely a showstopper and my only regret is that I didn't buy more!" ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ – Kelley
Contains: 1 x Copper Pineapple
Dimensions of the Copper Pineapple:Dimensions of the item:Height: 8.8" – 22.4 cmWidth: 4.5" – 11.4 cmLength: 4.5" – 11.4 cmWeight: 2.4 pounds – 1100 grams Capacity: 27 fl oz – 800 ml
Dimensions of the Gift Box:
Height: 11” – 27.94 cm
Width: 5" – 12.7 cm
Length: 6.5" – 16.51 cm
Weight: 4.8 pounds – 2200 grams
Each Absolut Elyx Copper Pineapple is made of copper-plated brass and sealed with an FDA-approved food-safe lacquer and is presented in a beautiful ready-to-gift presentation box.
Please wash before use. In order to preserve this item and its components, we recommend that you wash them by hand. Do not put in the dishwasher.
For centuries, the pineapple has been a symbol of friendship and hospitality. The story goes that the sea captains of New England, arriving home from trading in the Caribbean, would place a pineapple on their fence post to inform friends of their safe return. The pineapple acted as an invitation to visit the house and share food and drink. In honor of this tradition, innkeepers began to incorporate the pineapple in their signage and pineapple-shaped carved bedposts became a common sight.
For the host or hostess of a banquet, displaying a pineapple as the centerpiece on your table conferred high status on the proceedings and showed that no expense had been spared. In this way, the pineapple came to signify the sense of generous hospitality for which it is still known today.