Time & Oak Whiskey Elements

Given the considerable popularity of our recent Whiskey Wedge post, it became immediately apparent that there is a good number of whiskey aficionados out there and it is for that reason we see fit to bring these brilliant looking Time & Oak Whiskey Elements to your attention because they just might be the spirit accompaniment you’ve been looking for.

But what exactly does the Whiskey Elements from Time & Oak actually do and why should a Don Draper wannabe be interested? Well, because these Whiskey Elements let you customise your tipple to your own unique tastes and means you don’t have to shell out a fortune on top class whiskey and can opt for a cheaper variety and make it taste as good as the best instead. Providing you the opportunity to customise your whiskey in just 24 hours by accelerated transpiration through capillary action, giving you complete control over the flavour of your whiskey.

Combining age old traditions with a spark of innovation, these Time & Oak Whiskey Elements are going to go down a treat with those booze hounds that want complete control over their beverages and, as with most things, a video will do a much better job of explaining things than us so check out how the Whiskey Elements work below:

[youtube width=”750″ height=”450″]http://youtu.be/k5Z_jWxFJfQ[/youtube]

Time & Oak Whiskey Elements are currently undergoing a funding phase on Kickstarter and, as you may expect given how many whiskey lovers there are out there, they’ve already hit their funding target out of the ball park. Take a look at a few more shots of the Whiskey Elements below:








Though whiskey isn’t our main tipple of choice here at Coolector HQ, we do dabble from time to time and the chance to make it to our own specifications definitely appeals. If you are equally as enamoured at the thought of making your own type of whiskey then you’ll be pleased to hear that there is still plenty of time to show your support over on Kickstarter.

Show Support: Kickstarter

Leo Davie
Latest posts by Leo Davie (see all)