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JBS280 Dec 2, 2008 05:09 AM

So, this is a long shot, but...

I'm making limoncello for gifts this year, and I'm looking for bottles to put it in. I found some glass bottles with rubber stoppers (important, since some will be shipped) at the Container Store, but they're a bit pricey. Any suggestions?

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    bordeauxfan Dec 2, 2008 05:35 AM

    I have some vague memory that Costco sells empty bottles. Check their website for confirmation.

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      gregb Dec 2, 2008 06:02 AM

      Check out IKEA... pretty sure they would have something.

      Perfecto!
      http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/pro...

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        MartinDC Dec 2, 2008 08:55 AM

        Michael's Crafts. Several locations in the area.

        I've got a couple liters of lemon peels steeping too ... so I'll be on my way to Michaels soon.

        1. Jamonportodos Dec 2, 2008 10:53 AM

          Perhaps World Market may have what you're looking for? I made some limoncello a few years back and found some good cheap bottles there with the classic "Grolsch" style flip caps.

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          1. re: Jamonportodos
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            ciaohound Dec 2, 2008 12:18 PM

            And the economical solution is to buy Grolsch beer in the classic bottles, drink the beer, and use the bottles for the limoncello.

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              chicken kabob Dec 2, 2008 03:18 PM

              Another idea is to buy pretty bottles and decorate with cool stickers (vintage ones, etc.)
              they have a HUGE selection of GREAT ones at Michaels/AC Moore's...

              1. re: chicken kabob
                beauxgoris Dec 2, 2008 05:52 PM

                World Market - or Rodman's in N.W.

              2. re: ciaohound
                alkapal Dec 8, 2008 04:17 AM

                oh, ciahound, do you need any help to "buy Grolsch beer in the classic bottles...and drink the beer"?

                JBS, try: http://www.freundcontainer.com/produc...

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                  ciaohound Dec 9, 2008 10:48 AM

                  It's been 30 years or so since I did this. These days I'm better at emptying wine or scotch bottles. Still don't need any help.

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