In celebration of the 160th birthday of the venerable Tennessee whiskey maker, Jack Daniel’s presents this limited-edition black bottle of Old No. 7. Hmmm, should we look at it or start sipping?
Next time you head out to a party, bring your private stash of the good stuff in one of these disposable flasks. Made of flexible mylar, sneak in a couple inconspicuously in your pants.
Cheese goes great with lots of things, but we’re not so sure about Tropicana Japan’s “Orange With Rare Cheese” Flavor, which apparently is meant to taste like orange cheesecake. No thanks.
We can barely get a six-pack of brewskis open in 80 seconds, but this guy managed to pop open 200 individual bottles in that time. No bottles were broken, but he did spill just a little bit.
Cut straight to the chase and punch a hole through your bottle caps with the BottleBob punch. Best for soft drinks, but we won’t point and laugh if your drink your beer with a straw. Actually, we will.
The Way We See the World has created edible drinking glasses from the seaweed extract agar-agar in unusually tasty flavor combinations, like lemon-basil, ginger-mint and rosemary-beet.
Clear the area and let us drink our favorite beverages in this handsome little Master Shake Ceramic Cup, which includes no handles and a pink straw for accuracy, as well as manly charisma.
A handy way to sneak in a variety of drinks. Just slip it on your ankle and cover it with your pants. Only one problem – it can only carry liquor in mini bottles, and it doesn’t come with mini bottles.
The latest in the everything tastes better with bacon craze, Boca Java’s Maple Bacon Morning coffee smells just like a complete cooked breakfast, but with none of the messy pans.
If you’re a serious espresso connoisseur, the Mirage Veloce could make the ultimate cup. Each one of these formidable, industrial-strength coffee makers is custom made, and brews only the best.
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