Crystal Head Vodka may not promote clear thinking
I'm pretty sure Dan Aykroyd is insane. But at least it's the kind of insanity that produces beautiful glass bottles in the shape of a human skull, each filled with his own Crystal Head Vodka.
You can listen to Dan bloviate for several minutes on the company's site, explaining the history of the crystal skulls myth
, a collection of carved artifacts that, despite having been proved to be modern fakes, continue to dupe less skeptical fans of the paranormal. I love the man, but there's such a thing as too much willingness to believe. Or perhaps "too much yes, not enough maybe".
But whatever! I will be buying at least a couple of bottles of this stuff, despite not really liking vodka at all, just so I can keep a hunk of human head glass around on my shelves. I don't actually know how much the Crystal Head Vodka costs, nor where to buy it, but I suspect it'll be showing up in your local liquor vendor soon — skulls have nearly universal appeal.
Crystal Head Vodka product page
[CrystalHeadVodka.com via NOTCOT
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