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Tuaca Bottle With Lights

Our How-To Videos do come in handy from time to time!

We made the ‘How to Remove an End Plug from a Christmas Light String‘ video almost a year ago. To our surprise and delight it has received over 14,000 views so far. Thank you to everyone that has watched, shared and commented on the video so far.

Tressa was kind enough to share the video on Twitter a few days ago. On the same day she posted the following Twitter update:

Thanks for posting the video on how to remove the end from a string of lights! It sure helped! Look!!

lighted liqueur bottle

Tuaca Bottle With Lights

Nicely done Tressa! Thank you so much for sharing your finished bottle project with us.

I have never heard of Tuaca before, so I had to do a little research. :) It’s a 100% natural liqueur with authentic Italian roots, flavored with vanilla and citrus. Tuaca is a brand of liqueur originally produced by the Tuoni and Canepa families of Livorno, Italy, and now produced by Brown-Forman of Louisville, Kentucky. Hmmm! I will have to give it a try, it sounds delicious.

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