AleHorn Handcrafted 12 Polished Viking Drinking Horn with Stand by Ale Horn
- AleHorn Handcrafted 12 Polished Viking Drinking Horn with Stand
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Polished Finish. Shined to Bring out the shine in the Horn;Measures 12 from tip to base;Includes Stand to Display your Horn Proudly;Brass Rim Around the Drinking Edge Adds a Touch of Class;Sealed for Leaks and Suitable for Mead, Beer, wine, Ale or any Beverage
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To address some of the complaints here -
The smell: Yeah, you're drinking from a horn, that came from a dead animal, that lived outside... It has a smell to it. I stuck ours in a plastic tote with a bunch of baking soda for about a week and then gave them a good wash. WASH THEM FIRST. Some of them have a twist/curve to the horn and getting to the very bottom is a little tricky, you'll want to get a brush and scrub down there because there was some gunk at the bottom of the a couple. Soak in vinegar, wash off, you're set.
The taste: Wash it well and it's not an issue.
The volume: It varied, some held over 2 cups, some closer to 1.
I do really like the brass around the edge, but a couple had some snags. Quick fix with a knife.
Overall, it's a great product and it looks pretty cool.
My first order from them was for this alehorn and stand, natural finish, and when it arrived, I was at first disheartened to see that the rim was only halfway attached and separating from the horn to the point of being useless, the parts that were unpolished as requested were unevenly done, to the point that there were slivers chipping and flaking off, and the horn itself was so curved in on itself that when it was in the stand, that it couldn't hold half its contents in....
Now, all that aside, they stood by their product, understood the issues I brought up to them, and they are sending a replacement horn and stand out after going through the trouble of picking out a better shaped and more solidly put together piece, so that I'll have a horn I love. The fact that a company is willing to honor their product, and help out a customer to the extent of listening to their issues and making sure to fix each and every one of them by looking through their product until a suitable replacement is found, AND communicating clearly and quickly... I don't think it needs to be said that I'll be purchasing a lot more from this group in the future, and they are now my go to recommendation for any of my friends who want to get their own mead horn, and paraphernalia.
Jessica, if you're reading this, you're doing an excellent job, and you've got a customer for life.