These single malt scotch flavored toothpicks are for the serious scotch lovers of world. Made using barrel aged single malt scotch the makers of the toothpicks, Daneson, promise the picks will release a subtle flavor when warmed in the mouth.
At $35 for four bottle of 12, the toothpicks certainly don't come cheap. The makers say that the high price reflects the time consuming process involved with production.
To infuse the pics with flavor the company soak them in premium single malt before they are removed and dried in a kiln - leaving Scotch flavored tooth picks for the world to enjoy.
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