Bit of a thread revival...
I can't find any instance where Kastrup / Holmegaard themselves refer to this shape as 'kuttrolf', Holmegaard's 1853 catalogue refers to them as 'Klukflasker'.
But I have also found some printed material where the shape is generically called 'angster' - I can't find any other reference to this name, though.
The "Cluck" Bottle
The "cluck" bottle you hold in your hand is a small copy of the century-old decanter, which was made already in Roman times.
During the mediaeval times a very special German type called "Angster" was made, and during the 18th Century this form was brought to Scandinavia, where today it is unique, particularly in Denmark and Norway. This small "cluck" bottle is mouth-blown and hand-made by Kastrup-Holmegaard, modelled on bigger bottles all to contain the famous Danish "snaps", like the "cluck" bottle a product of high quality and tradition.
Is the term "Angster" a specifically Danish one? Also, does anyone know when they were rebranded as Kluk-Kluk, as opposed to Klukflaske / "Cluck" Bottles? I'm guessing c.1970.