While serving fancy ice spheres and cubes in cocktails is a pretty popular trend these days, this is the first time we’ve seen a cocktail served from inside an ice sphere. Cocktail Chemistry shows us how to prepare this very special drink.
Another brilliant single barrel Kentucky whiskey from the Buffalo Trace Distillery. Elmer T. Lee is smooth and fragrant, with notes of spiced vanilla, and a lightly honeyed note throughout. At 90 proof, it’s eminently drinkable, and you should always keep a bottle in your cabinet.
Combining the delicious flavors of peanuts, raspberry jam and bourbon, with a hint of rock salt, this drink is sure to endear itself to lovers of the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Ready to drink – straight up or on the rocks.
This extravagant $45,000+ trunk is filled with handcrafted drink making supplies and glassware fit for royalty on the road. Each hamper is handmade from walnut wood and the same natural grain leather found in Rolls-Royce interiors.
Step up your whiskey game with some spherical ice cubes. These silicon rubber ice molds create a 2.5″ ice ball that will help keep your drink chilled for a long time, and looks cool doing it. The set makes two ice spheres in about 4 hours.
A very special single malt scotch whisky, The Macallan Rare Cask is a drinkable essay in complexity. We love the wonderfully sweet and spicy balance of flavors like chocolate, cinnamon, and vanilla, held together with a bold, yet incredibly smooth body of dried fruits.
The best sipping tequila we’ve ever let pass over our tastebuds – this exclusive Gran Patrón is a 3-year aged extra añejo, which gives it a rich agave flavor that’s balanced by vanilla, mushroom and oak. Well worth the price tag for special occasions.