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Jacob Bromwell Old West Copper Shot Glasses Holiday Giveaway

Jacob Bromwell Old West Copper Shotglasses Giveaway and Review

Disclosure: Jaccob Bromwell provided Copper Shot Glasses for this Review & Giveaway.  I was not financially compensated and all opinions are my own.

It wasn’t that long ago that I received Jacob Bromwell’s Great American Solid Copper Flask to review at Leslie Loves Veggies.  When I’m not using it I have it on display in my dining room.  I’ve received a huge number of compliments on the copper flask because in all honesty, it is breathtaking!

Imagine my delight when my friends at Jacob Bromwell asked me to Review and host a Giveaway for a set of four Old West Copper Shot Glasses.

Why drink your favorite flavored liqueur or hard liquor in a plain old glass when you can sip, gulp or slam ’em in style with Jacob Bromwell’s rustic Old West Copper Shot Glasses?  Aren’t they gorgeous?  Jacob Bromwell’s Old West Shot Glasses pair perfectly with my Great American Flask.  These heirloom quality shot glasses are rugged and sturdy yet beautiful and stately.  They’re as perfect to use at a backyard barbeque or campfire as they are at an elegant cocktail party.  Their rich copper color makes them ideal for holiday entertaining.  Light bounces off these unique glasses every time they are moved or lifted in celebration.  There is no barware as festive to serve your holiday liqueurs in.

Jacob Bromwell Old West Solid Copper Shot Glasses

Jacob Bromwell Old West Copper Shot Glasses Are Beautiful, Versatile & Make A Lovely Holiday Gift

These pure, solid copper shot glasses feature a hot-tinned interior, which meets FDA approval.  They’re manufactured by hand so if you notice any minor imperfections don’t be alarmed, these are a natural part of the handmade process.  Usage won’t be affected and your shot glasses will be that much more unique!  Because they’re made with copper, Jacob Bromwell’s Old West Copper Shot Glasses naturally get more beautiful over time without rusting.  If you prefer a pristine “right out of the box” finish like I do, polishing will restore a beautiful, shiny luster.  Remember to always handwash your copper shot glasses, as they are not dishwasher safe.

Old West Copper Shot Glasses are perfect if you love rich desserts and want to limit the portion size.  Single servings of booze infused trifle, chocolate mousse or cheesecake presented in these fancy copper vessels appeal to the eyes as well as the palate.  What a sophisticated way to serve dessert!

Like all Jacob Bromwell products, the Old West Copper Shot Glasses are made in the U.S.A. and come with a lifetime guarantee.  To place an order for a set of four (1.5 oz.) Old West Shot Glasses or to learn more please visit Jacob Bromwell.

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Comments

  1. 1

    I would LOVE to have the Lewis & Clark Coffee Pot!! I am in love with all things copper, and I’ve recently heard that there are health benefits to drinking from copper cups. I drink several cups of coffee a day, so it would be well used!! I want copper everything in my kitchen!

  2. 2
    Jill Rivera says:

    Frontier Frying Pan is the product I would love to purchase. I can hear the fried crabs with old bay in the fry as we speak.

  3. 3

    I’d love to get the Ben Franklin Beer Stein for my husband, since we spent much of our early years together in Philadelphia, PA. 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. 4
    James Kennedy says:

    I love the Vermonter Flask

  5. 5
    Linda Kish says:

    I would like the Vintage Measuring Cup. It looks so truly vintage. It reminds me of a cup my mom had when I was little.

  6. 6
    Christopher Sorel says:

    coolest flask in cooper

  7. 7

    I like the Healthy Popcorn Popper

  8. 8

    I would LoVe to try the Texas Deep Fryer and the Heritage Cookie Sheet because I LoVe to Cooke and bake. Very unique items for cool weather cooking. Craving fried food

  9. 9
    Paula Adams says:

    Would love to have the Old West Copper Shot glasses! Copper is always lovely. And the shot glasses would be great for our son-in-law who is really into western gear. Thanks!

  10. 10
    sandra davis says:

    I like the Frontier Frying Pan. I like they are guaranteed not to rust and you can never have too many frying pans. Nothing like cooking a pan of fried potatoes in one of them.

  11. 11

    I like the classic tin cup. I have always liked these. They have the perfect look of nostalgia about them.

  12. 12
    Karen Beckett says:

    I would LOVE the Ben Franklin Beer Stein to give to my son for his stein collection. I particularly like that no two are alike. This would be a truly unique gift for someone special!

  13. 13
    Cynthia Dawson says:

    I would love the world famous grater for my kitchen!

  14. 14
    Amy Pratt says:

    I really like the looks of the Liberty flask.

  15. 15
    Kathy Lausche says:

    I would love to have Jacob’s Popcorn Bowl. I also really like the Golden Era Pie Plates.
    It just looks like the pie would taste better when made in these! It reminds me of my Aunt Lois’s cafe when I was a kid.

  16. 16
    Patty Bishop says:

    i would love the fry basket and grater

  17. 17
    Edgar Ray Gunn Jr says:

    My wife bakes a lot and Grandmas cookie cutters would be a great addition to her kitchen

  18. 18
    Robert Tschinkel says:

    I love the legendary Colander and Ben Franklin beer stein, very unique

  19. 19
    Judy Gregory says:

    I love the Traditional Potato Baker. In the deep south it gets so hot in summer we only use our oven between about 10 pm and 6 am. But, we love our biscuits so, this would be perfect.

  20. 20

    I would love the Original Popcorn Popper! I’ve wanted one to be able to use over a campfire and I love that it’s made in the USA!

  21. 21

    The Genuine Pyramid Toaster is so unique! I would love to receive that as a gift, or better yet, give one to my parents or in-laws. So cool!

  22. 22

    I would love to get the Jack’s Moscow Mule Cups for my boyfriend. He loves to make Moscow Mules.

  23. 23

    I like the Healthy Popcorn Popper

  24. 24
    D Schmidt says:

    Visited the site and I really like the Heritage Cookie Sheet because it looks very well made. I like that it is guaranteed for life, nothing bakes cookies better than Bromwell’s cookie sheet. This baking sheet is the trusted choice for experienced bakers.

  25. 25
    Dorothy Teel says:

    I really like the legendary colander and I think that we could definitely use the Original Popcorn Popper with our fireplace and camping trips. I love the products from Jacob Bromwell and I love the copper pieces.

  26. 26
    Kimberly Schotz says:

    I love the selection at Jason Bromwell. I especially like the Golden Era Pie Plates. It would be perfect for making my favorite apple pie.

  27. 27
    Teresa Salerno says:

    I really really want to try the original popcorn popper. I love the idea of making it without oil. I also would like the prestige gift card it would make a wonderful present for the upcoming holidays.

  28. 28

    I really would love to have the Traditional Potato Baker, it looks really awesome! I’ve never heard of such a thing, but it seems really functional.

  29. 29

    I would love to have the Timeless Copper Thermos. It is beautiful to look at and would be great to carry my morning coffee. I have always loved the look of copper.

  30. 30

    I like the Handcrafted Cutting Board and Pioneer Copper Tea Kettle

  31. 31
    Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    I would love to try the Healthy Popcorn Popper; it does not require oil to pop the corn therefore making it a healthier snack.

  32. 32
    joanne major says:

    Frontier Frying Pan would be great for my sister. she is the only person I know that can brake a pan. these are guaranteed not to brake

  33. 33

    I’d love to have the Queen City Pie Safe. It would look beautiful sitting in the living room during the Christmas season, filled with delicious cookies! Thanks.

  34. 34
    Chrystal D says:

    I’d like to try the Healthy Popcorn Popper because you don’t have to use any oil!

  35. 35
    stephanie macdonald says:

    The Healthy Popcorn Popper

  36. 36

    I’d really love to try the Vermonter Flask. I love the old-time look of these It’s so awesoe!

  37. 37
    ELIZABETH C. says:

    I would love the Collector’s Copper Cup. I’ve been collecting copper items for quite some time and I just started purchasing copper cups. I simply love them!

  38. 38

    I think the Genuine Pyramid Toaster is awesome looking… but would I use it as more than a conversation piece probably not. If I won a ton of money tomorrow I would by the pioneer tea kettle.

  39. 39

    Jack’s Moscow Mule cup is fabulous and super trendy right now.

  40. 40

    These are so stylish and would look great with the rustic decor of any cabin. I love them!

  41. 41

    I would like the chestnut toaster because its a great conversation piece.

  42. 42
    Monique Rizzo says:

    My uncle would love the liberty flask

  43. 43
    Keya Millionie says:

    I love their flasks! Any would be beautiful as a gift.

  44. 44
    Kim Keithline says:

    I would love to have the Frontier Frying Pan I don’t have a cast iron skillet and would really love to have one for making corn bread and stuff like that

  45. 45
    Debra Hall says:

    i love the flour sifter, i used to have one that was similar to it . they carry such a great line of kitchen accessories

  46. 46
    melikegarfield says:

    I would love to have the old fashioned popcorn poppers. I love popcorn and this would be a welcome addition to my campfires.

  47. 47
    Denise Welch says:

    The old fashioned popcorn poppers this would be fun to use in my fire place

  48. 48

    I’d like the Americana Mixing Bowl. I love that it has a stand, and I love that it’s big enough for all the things I need to mix. I’ve never had copper pans or bowls, but I’ve heard nothing but good things!

  49. 49
    Christina Moore says:

    I just love this company and their beautiful handcrafted products! The tea kettle, the pure copper funnel and the liberty flask all caught my eye!

  50. 50

    I love the classic tin cup. I’m a bit of a collector.

  51. 51
    Stephanie says:

    There are so many beautiful items on this website. It’s hard to choose just one. But if I did have to make only one choice on a favorite, I would pick the Washington Copper Tray.

  52. 52

    I have had my heart set on Jacob Bromwell’s hearty craftsmanship for quite some time. The Ben Franklin Beer Stein and the Liberty Flask are patriotic (a nod to my husband’s service in the Marine Corps) and a lovely example of well-crafted goods made in our own backyard. Just stunning.

  53. 53

    An awesome set! I’d say my favourite piece is the tea kettle is gorgeous!

  54. 54

    love to get the washington copper tray. thankyou, ken

  55. 55
    maggie sanders says:

    I would love the Healthy Popcorn Popper.

  56. 56
    Marygrace says:

    I would love the Popcorn Popper and that absolutely gorgeous popcorn bowl! I make popcorn all the time – no microwave crap for me! What a beautiful set.

  57. 57
    Erick Loeding says:

    I like the tin cup, and can always use a good sifter. But I really like the copper products and would love any of the flasks!

  58. 58

    I love that set. It is so unique and pretty. I would really love to own the Americana Mixing Bowl, but I know that won’t happen. Its beautiful and a bit on the pricey side!

  59. 59

    I would like the Jack’s Moscow Mule Cup and the Pioneer Tea Kettle and the Deluxe Flour Sifter. Lots more I would like. All are so nice.

  60. 60

    I’d like to try the World Famous Grater because I grate a lot of things. Thank you.

  61. 61
    jeanette sheets says:

    http://www.jacobbromwell.com/world-famous-grater, because these are great for making slaw and grating cheese

  62. 62

    The Vermonter Flask! I think hip flasks are way cool. Make me feel like I’m on my way to a speakeasy.

  63. 63

    I would love to try the World Famous Grater. I love that it’s made in the USA and that I can trust the quality since it’s used by chefs nationwide.

  64. 64

    I would also love to try the Wonder Shredders, because they would definitely make cooking easier; and the Heritage Cookie Sheet, because it’s guaranteed for life!

  65. 65
    rochelle johnson says:

    I bake all the time do I wouls love to get the All-American Flour Sifter.

  66. 66
    Donna Kellogg says:

    I would like the original Popcorn popper too

  67. 67
    Jenny Does Weddings says:

    I love the entire copper collection. I’ve been dying to have my own moscow mule set, and have it at the top of my Christmas wish list 🙂

  68. 68
    Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I would love to buy the original popcorn maker. My husband just loves popcorn and this would be a great gift not to mention he would love the one your giving away.

  69. 69
    lindsay hess says:

    I would love to get The Vermonter Flask for my husband! Its very differnt than the other flasks that I have seen! It has a machined copper screw top!!

  70. 70

    I would love to have their Jacobs Popcorn Bowl & their Legendary Colander. Like they are made of stainless steel. Love the size of the bowl.

  71. 71
    Karen Gray says:

    This is some good looking stuff! I really like the Ben Franklin Beer Stein. It’s a great design, beautifully hand-crafted, and would hold 30 ounces, which is a great size.

  72. 72

    I like the Vermonter Flask and would use it myself

  73. 73

    I’d like Jack’s Moscow Mule Cup….because I like them in the summer & it would be fun to make it in an authentic copper mug!

  74. 74
    Missie Freeman says:

    It sure would be nice to have the Handcrafted Cutting Board. All I have is a plastic one that was left sitting on a burner of my electric stovetop when it was turned on. Ugh! A big mess, not to mention the smell.

  75. 75

    Oh my, so many beautiful items. Heritage Cookie Sheet, Jack’s Moscow Mule Cup, and The Vermonter Flask would all make the top of my list. All of these items would be used a ton at my home, and I love the look of them. Such craftsmanship. Love it!

  76. 76

    The Original Popcorn Popper would be very cool to own, to show the kids how we did it back in the ‘olden days’.

  77. 77

    Jacob Bromwell holds the patent on the original flour sifter. I remember cranking the handle of one of these flour sifters when making Christmas cookies with my grandma, Mary. Plus we’d roll the sugar cookies out, cut them with cookie cutters in animal shapes and holiday ones, too. But the best part was frosting and decorating them. I’d like to turn the crank again on the All American Flour Sifter.
    http://www.jacobbromwell.com/all-american-flour-sifter

  78. 78

    I’ve never grew up in a home that caroled while roasting chestnuts over an open fire, nor enjoyed the spoils of a winter wonderland. Truthfully, I have no idea how it is that you eat chestnuts. But often while shopping, I find myself starring at those little brown husks, pondering how they would taste. After looking at the Jacob Bromwell website and found the chestnut knife, I thought “It’s a sign!” Such a tiny, little nub of a knife, with an equally ellusive purpose—The foreign nut becomes more interesting, and more tempting.

  79. 79

    I love copper and would like to try the Cold Mountain Ice Bucket and the Ben Franklin Stein. They are beautiful.

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    Tanya White says:

    I lie the Deluxe Flour Sifter because it is very unique looking. I love the natural look of cooper so this would be a great piece for my collection.

  81. 81

    Initially, I just wanted the shot glasses, because I have a new living room set, and I am trying to put together a big display , with a decorative tray and copper accessories. I saw your email and thought, ” how perfect!” However, I looked at the site and saw the chestnut roaster. My first experience with roasting chestnuts was, well, shall we say….explosive? I just love chestnuts around the holidays. That would be a really nifty fun thing to have and show off. It would also make a nice gift for family and friends.

  82. 82
    Cheryl Lund says:

    What a cool website, it brings back memories. I would like to give the Traditional Potato Baker a 5 star. That is what I picked from the website. I would like to try it because you can also learn to cook your veggies with it also. Thanks for the information about this website.

  83. 83
    Susan Chester says:

    I would love the Grandma Cookie Cutters because my mom had a set like it and always made us sugar cookies with them.

  84. 84
    kelly mcgrew says:

    i’d like to try the great american flask! it has imperfections which displays its beauty and craftsmanship! these items are fantastic gifts for friends and loved ones because they are unique and beautiful!

  85. 85

    I would love the Ben Franklin Beer Stein, or the Moscow Mule mugs. What a great company making products in the USA that you can hand down for generations.

  86. 86

    I would love the Healthy Popcorn Popper

  87. 87

    I like the Ben Franklin Stein

  88. 88
    Deb Christie says:

    I like the Pioneer Tea Kettle. It is an interesting shape and I think it would be a nice decor piece. I love the look of copper.

  89. 89
    Barbara Adams says:

    Copper grounds me. I like the look and the feel of copper in my hand. The tea kettle is a perfect example of function and art .

  90. 90

    The deluxe flour sifter is nice.

  91. 91

    I would love the Jack’s Moscow Mule Cup. I had heard of moscow mules on the Oprah show but had never tried them unitl just a couple of weeks ago and they are fantastic.

  92. 92

    i like the decanter ad i have friend who collect them so it might look goodi in her case

  93. 93

    I would like to have the Collector’s Copper Cup. I think my dad would love it. Something for him to add to his collection.

  94. 94
    Tamra Phelps says:

    I’d love to have either the Ben franklin Beer stein or the Mule Cups. Both are really nice! They have some interesting things!

  95. 95

    I also really like the Signature Chestnut Roaster. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the holidays than with roasted chestnuts.

  96. 96

    I would love to try the Legacy Cocktail Shaker and Ben Franklin Beer Stein. These items are so unique and would be a great conversation piece when company comes over. I love unique items and the story behind them.

  97. 97
    Carolyn Daley says:

    I would love to try the Nostalgic Cooling Racks because I bake a lot. They look similar to a set I already have.

  98. 98
    Lori Walker says:

    I would love to try the Jack’s Moscow Mule Cup. We love to have that drink as an evening date.

  99. 99

    I’d love the Healthy Popcorn Popper. It looks to be such a neat (and healthy!) way to make some. Everyone in my family love popcorn!

  100. 100

    I would love the rolling pin, or the cookie sheet. I could never afford something like that though

  101. 101
    Richard Hicks says:

    I want their Pioneer Tea Kettle. I love the look of it and it is nostalgic. I think it would look good setting on a fireplace mantle.

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    Deb Jackson says:

    I like the frontier frying pan. It woiuld be so cool for camping with the granadkids. They would also enjoy all the copper accessories.

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    marla king says:

    Love the original popcorn popper.

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    robyn paris says:

    My family loves cheese so I pick the World Famous Grater. I think we would get a lot of use out of the world famous grater. Thanks.

  105. 105
    Shirley Hicks says:

    I like the Frontier Frying Pan and the flour sifter

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    christine j says:

    this would make a perfect gift for my father in law. I love the classic tin cups.

  107. 107

    Love the original popcorn popper!

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    Karen Drake says:

    I would love to have the All-American Flour Sifter.

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    melissa Resnick says:

    my husband would love this and the Vermonter Flask

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    Christine Herrera says:

    Would love to try the Frontier Frying Pan

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    Lorena Keech says:

    I would love to have the Frontier Frying Pan. There are so many foods that are at their best when cooked in a cast iron skillet. These look like a great quality product.

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    Miz Vickik says:

    I’d love to try the chestnut roaster because it sounds so festive!

  113. 113
    Trisha McKee says:

    Oh, I would also love the Signature Chestnut Roaster. This time of year, this product would be perfect in creating memories from an old tradition.

  114. 114

    Thanks for the giveaway… we would love a Healthy Popcorn Popper; tired of settling for microwave popcorn, need a healthier alternative.

  115. 115

    I would love to try the Vintage Measuring Cup. It would look great in my kitchen.