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Cookie Monster Sundae Mini Bong

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Me love pipes...and cookies! With bits of delicious dessert treats scattered all over, the Cookie Monster Sundae Mini Bong from Empire Glassworks, can satisfy any smoker's sweet tooth. Like all Empire Glassworks products, this bong features extreme detailing from top to bottom. Starting with what is pointing out of the top of the Cookie Monster Sundae Mini Bong! Which is of course a waffle cone style straw, that acts as the mouthpiece. This is angled at a perfect 45 degree angle to keep your mouth and face further away from your bowl, and therefore, the flame. No one wants to burn off their eyebrows trying to light a bong, which can especially be common with smaller pipes!

On top of the mini water pipe is a half eaten cookie in the shape of a crescent moon. Bits of cookie can be found encompassing the ice cream, which is cascading over the sides of the water pipe's body. A scoop of blue and a smaller scoop of vanilla make a great combination of colors. These exquisite features sit on top of a clear glass base. You can see the showerhead perc that bends into the clear glass chamber.

Needing only a small amount of water poured into the base, this percolator is able to diffuse your smoke for tokes that taste as good as this bong looks! This perc is connected to the joint of the bong. The 14mm female joint is constructed with a banger hanger design. Basically the banger hanger design has a Dewar's Joint style glass arm that extends from the base of the bong to the joint itself. The bong includes a 14mm male bowl! The depth of the bowl makes hefty packs not only possible but encouraged. On the front of the deep bowl is a glass opal. Inside this glass marble is an Empire Glassworks logo.


  • Joint Size: 14mm Female
  • Height: 6 Inches
  • Empire Glassworks Bong
  • Colored Glass
  • Themed Glass
  • Showerhead Perc
  • Thick Glass
  • Bent Neck
  • Deep Bowl
  • Clear Glass
  • Worked Glass
  • Mini
  • American Glass
  • 14mm Joint
  • 90° Joint
  • Female Joint