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    for the wine drinkers on the beach

    hahahhahaha
    i am not much of a wine drinker, but if i were, i don't think i would use these.
    http://awesomestuff365.com/floating-wine-glasses/

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    I think the wind would just blow it over and spill the precious wine...or the water would get too wavy and the wine would be contaminated with salt water lol
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    I kinda love these, but agree with Bri - and can you imagine the amount of sand in that glass on an especially windy day in Aruba?
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ
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    Maybe it’s better for the pool 😁
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    .....maybe it's better 'n drinking straight from the bottle.... but it's really not very stylish....!
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    We like our champagne ice cold... so we picked up a couple of these for our upcoming trip. We are test driving them right now and they work really well, with no metallic taste at all. They are advertised as wine "cooler cups" in the store.

    http://www.bjs.com/subzero-17-oz-dou...00000001085136

    Cheers!


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    That would work great for a pina colada 🤔 I’m gonna buy one
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    I don’t know if I would like them for wine but for a mudslide I could see it. One thing that surprised me in Aruba was how often a restaurant would serve red wine COLD! It’s a different experience.
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    I've already used it for a high ball glass, it really works well keeping anything cold... probably would keep stuff warm as well. After being served red wine cold, I find I kinda like it that way.


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