Definitely fraternal twins, Dom Perignon’s Twin Set packs an Oenothâˆš®que 1995 and Vintage 1995; the former is smoky and peaty, while the latter features golden honey notes.
Now that’s product packaging: Armand de Brignac’s Brut Gold champagne is gold-plated with stamped pewter labels–the bubbly inside is also good, scoring an A on DrinkHacker.
You’ll need be sober enough to use it, but DrinkTracker is a decent breathalyser in a pinch: it takes your stats and drinks consumed to figure out your BAC. Thanks, Samantha!
Named for the botanicals it steeps in for 24 hours, Beefeater 24 uniquely adds in sencha and green teas; best served with plenty of ice, it’s a 90 proof drink with strong juniper flavor.
This can’t be a good idea for your game, but we think this Golf Bag Drink Dispenser is perfect for clandestine booze hounds; it’ll hold up to 48 ounces of hot or cold beverages.
To be filed in the “Why the heck not?” category: CarboPouch is a pouch with cap and spout that lets draft brewers fill beer on-site with no headspace and no change in flavor.
Beyond DeLeâˆšâ‰¥n Tequila’s packaging–the metal top is hand-carved by rock-and-roll jewelry designer Bill Wall–it’s also an ultra-smooth, 7,500 ft. tequila designed to be savored neat.
The oldest highland single malt whisky from Glengoyne Distillery, the Glengoyne 40 Year Old is also the priciest at nearly $5,000; it’ll be limited to 250 hand-blown crystal decanters.
Corzo literally has a bottle of tequila with your name on it with their Personalized Metal Labels; they’ll be delivered to you free of charge and will fit any Classic, Reposado or Anejo bottle.
The fine art of sake bombing goes upscale with this Ty Ku Sake Bomb Kit; it includes 750ml of Ty Ku’s Super Premium Junmai Ginju Sake, two black cups and four stirrers.
iShot Machine takes the best vices of Vegas (liquor and gambling) and combines them into a drink-dispensing slot machine; simply shake it and randomly get one of 3,000 shot recipes.
Adorned with our favorite bumbling, balding, boozehound, this stainless steel Homer Hip Flask set also includes four shot cups; it’s perfect for Father’s Day if dad loves The Simpsons.
Root returns Root Beer to its “roots” as Root Tea, an alcoholic drink taught to settlers by Native Americans in the 1700s; it’s an organic, 80-proof liqueur made from U.S. sugar cane.
Australian wine connoisseur Neil Ashmead loved cabernet as much as he loved cars; this Elderton GTS Shiraz honors him and the GTS Holden, with shark gills and a 6-speed shifter.
It may be infused with black cherry to attract fresh blood, but Red Stag by Jim Beam is real bourbon at a full 80 proof; the flavoring makes this ideal for mixing with Coke or vermouth.
Full-flavored, Corzo’s Silver Tequila is 100% agave with a refined taste that doesn’t overpower; the ultra-smooth finish and round body makes it both complex and easy to drink.
It doesn’t shoot beer like the Beer Blaster, but this submachine style beer gun you get boozed up speakeasy style with a shape reminiscent of 20s-era tommy guns, good for 22oz.
It’s targeted towards the ladies, but we like Belvedere’s Black Raspberry Vodka for its simple flavors and smoothness; maceration is the process of extracting flavors from fruits and rinds.
This Tea Kettle concept turns tea brewing into a (mad) science: its boiling and cooling stations resemble test tubes while a tea-dispensing aluminum stick looks like a nuclear fuel rod.
Mix Shake Stir is a refreshingly accessible book of cocktail recipes from 9 NYC restaurants; easy instructions and mouth-watering closeups are mixed in with tips from bartenders.
Long fermenting liquor rivalries finally bubble over in this Bar Fight t-shirt; the martini and wine bottle may have started this fight, but it’ll be the whiskey flask and beer bottle who finish it.
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