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Like bright shoelaces or an antique watch, the smallest details can often have the biggest impact. Turn your next party into a bona fide soiree with these spiraled drinking straws, designed to give your favorite cocktails a touch of 1920s flair. With an eye-catching design and craft paper construction, consider them your first disposable conversation piece.
I love the idea of compostable straws, but sadly my search will continue. These are made in China which is not listed in the description. I will not be using these for my family, I will pass them on to someone that doesn't care about the cleanliness/human rights issues that their products are made.1
I think these are a waste of money and a waste of resources. Each straw in this pack can only be used once before it needs to be thrown away, so it's really unnecessary. Instead, buy one of the reusable tumbler drinking glasses sold on Birchbox if you insist on drinking with a straw.1
These are cute but they are paper....so they don't really work for very long before they are soggy...I use them for display but it that is not what you are after I don't recommend2
I used these for my wedding, They were super cute, they looked adorable, BUT the bartenders had a lot of reports of soggy straws. We ended up switching to normal plastic ones after a little bit.2
The paper straws are not worth it. They are really flimsy and have a bad taste to them. (paper taste duh)2
These straws look darling in a daquiri and hold up much better than most paper straws, but they are not worth $7.3
They look cool and are novelty and retro looking, but they are paper so they taste weird, and can't sit in your drink longer than half an hour before it softens and becomes discolored.
Loved it for a retro 50's party I had.
I kind of like the idea of like the idea of paper straws that can be recycled after use, but its durability not so much.3
As a sorority girl, we order these straws regularly for rush, sisterhood, and fraternity parties. While they are great straws if you use them to long they start dissolving in your month which isn't pleasant. So depending on how long you lose them is depending on my rating for them.3
I love these straws, bought them for a bridal shower and they drew a lot of 'oohs and ahhs' - they are super cute, but deteriorate pretty quickly in beverages. Make sure to have extras on hand, you tend to go thru one per drink.3