Bee Bong Features
- Style: Mini bong
- Height: 7 inches
- Material: Borosilicate glass and clay
- Glass thickness: 4mm
- Joint size: 14mm female
- Bong bowl: 14mm male
- Percolator: Showerhead perc
- Downstem: Fixed
- Splashguard: Curved neck
- Design: 3D hand painted mushroom hive
- Mouthpiece: Flared
- Base: Sturdy
- Portable: Yes
Bee Hive Bong Description
This beehive bong will give sticky fingers a whole new meaning. Measuring 7 inches tall, this mini bong is a tribute to the marvelous little worker bee.
Bumble bees travel far and wide, working tirelessly for their queen. For instance, a single troop is generally made up of 10,000 bees which travel nearly three times the distance it takes to go around the earth in pursuit of sweet nectar. To think, it takes the nectar from nearly 8 million flowers to produce a single pound of honey. What’s more, nearly 3/4ths of all the fruits, veggies and nuts we eat rely on the humble bee to become pollinated.
So what better way to honor the bumblebee than with a bowl of sweet smelling flower? And perhaps a charcuterie board with the fruits of nature for the one and only queen? Shaped like a mushroom, the stem of this honey bee bong forms the chamber and the cap leads to the ribbed mouthpiece. The honey yellow chamber has a clear viewing window to the center where you can see the showerhead percolator churn out smooth, filtered hits.
Moving up from the textured gills to the mushroom cap, the yellow transitions to a rich red. Sculpted from clay layered over borosilicate glass, this unique mushroom bong also features gnarled branches that form the bowl and mouthpiece. The textured clay has the appearance of smooth bark and vines that wrap around the piece with vibrant green leaves. Painted entirely by hand, it’s all in the details. Above all, the bees give the piece its character and charm—it’s as if each is returning to the hive after a day under the sun amongst the flowers.
To close, the inner workings of the beehive reveals the magic all around us. And in the case of the hive, each bee forms part of an intricate society, one that we rely on for most of our food to grow. So let this honey bee bong be a reminder that there’s more to mother nature than what first meets the eye and that we are all interconnected after all—especially when it comes to sweet smelling flowers.
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