Frisky Whiskey Bottle (ca. 1963-65)

"Frisky Whiskey" bottle produced  by Poynter Products, Inc. of Cincinnati Ohio. The copyright date is 1963. Approximately eleven inches tall.

Kindly donated by William Bashaw.

According to the label on the front of the bottle, it was produced by the fictitious Oak Ridge Distilling Company, aged by radiation and tested with a Geiger Counter. In reality, it is an empty plastic container with a battery powered motor inside that causes the bottle to shake violently when it is picked up. That's what the label is referring to when it states "you will note its 150 proof strength from the moment you pour."  Since it comes empty, it is up to you to fill it with your favorite beverage.

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Last updated: 05/10/11
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