This handmade Viking drinking horn cup comes with a leather strap that can be affixed to your belt.
Vikings were known for their love of mead, a fermented beverage made from honey and water. While mead was the drink of choice for special occasions, Vikings also drank beer and ale on a daily basis.
These drinks were usually made from barley, as wheat was not widely available in Scandinavia. Vikings also drank milk and buttermilk, although these beverages were not as popular as mead, beer, and ale.
In addition to these fermented drinks, Vikings also consumed plenty of freshwater from rivers and lakes. Water was often boiled before drinking to kill any bacteria that might be present.