Harridan Vodka releases its most terrifying offering ever: the "Paranormal Reserve - Annabelle Edition," a limited collection of 666 bottles rested for 30 days at the Occult Museum in Monroe, Conn (750ml, 44% ABV, SRP $199), available now at www.shopharridan.com.
The museum is home to the infamous Annabelle doll, which was reportedly demonically possessed in the 1970s and inspired the Annabelle horror movies including Annabelle, Annabelle: Creation and Annabelle Comes Home.
The 666th bottle of Paranormal Reserve was placed directly in front of Annabelle's case, which was opened by the museum's proprietor, Tony Spera. The bottle was then rested inside Annabelle's original case, built by Ed Warren, for 30 days. The bottle, priced at $13,000, is packaged in a one-of-a-kind wooden case that is a replica of Annabelle's current confines. It will be available for purchase at www.convivewines.com/the-harridan-paranormal-reserve.
Bespoke Packaging Befits a Terrifying Offering
Paranormal Reserve is packaged in a bespoke engraved wooden box featuring a functional Ouija board on its lid. It comes with a certificate of authenticity, as well as gloves for handling the bottle. The back of the label is inscribed with "Help Me, Help Us," which was inspired by the mysterious parchment notes purportedly found by Annabelle's original owner in her apartment.