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Food / March 29, 2021

Dublin production company launch a fold up wine picnic table

wine picnic table @flying_elephant_productions
Food / March 29, 2021

Dublin production company launch a fold up wine picnic table

By Emily Mullen

A bit of height can’t hurt

With no reopening roadmap in sight, the likelihood of us drinking outside for the foreseeable has undoubtedly increased. Spotting a clear gap in the market for transportable alcohol holders, Dublin-based Flying Elephant has launched a new product.

Calling it the “Compact Picnic Table” the table comes with a laminate easy wipe top, bottle, and glass holders and folds into a tote bag.


Before lockdown, the events company created bespoke builds for events such as concerts and festivals, which were all canceled overnight. The company adapted, switching to online and creating work from home furniture from leftover materials.

The table is available for €49.99 with free contactless delivery in Dublin through the Flying Elephant Productions website.

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