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During America’s Prohibition years, liquor lovers that were lucky enough to get their hands on their favorite libation would keep it safely tucked out of sight. Ladies in particular would conceal a small flask in their garter belt, purse, or back pocket. The Ladies' Prohibition Flask is a throwback to the 1920s and 1930s when Americans sipped on the sly. This demure American made flask is about half the size of Jacob Bromwell's classic flasks and hot tinned on the interior to discreetly carry a few nips of whiskey, schnapps, or your liquor of choice.