A large beer mug. This native wine packaging clearly looks like a beer mug. Seems inviting me for long hours of drinking session. I never drink too much though. I drink moderately. Rarely one glass of wine a week.
The large and long handle is also made of bamboo. I never know how they manage to bend a bamboo branch this much. Maybe it was heated before bending. Or perhaps, soaked in water to make the fibers more pliable. Two sets of nicely woven abaca fibers secured it firmly to bamboo mug.
It cannot be used for drinking though. The mug has a banana wine bottle. It has a window on side to reveal the wine label. The window is adorned with a naturally woven fiber from coconut – it’s the one beside coconut stalk base, I think. Hmmm… maybe it can be. Remove the bottle and fit in a glass or plastic drinking glass.
The bottle tamper-proof seal is, again, a naturally woven fiber from coconut. Secured in place with glue and abaca fiber.
Maybe the product was developed with the help of Department of Science and Technology, DOST. The agency logo is also printed on label.