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.
This awesome Coke Man sculpture was built for the 2010 World Cup in Johannesburg. Built from 2500 Coke cases, weighs 28 tons, and 55 feet tall; they plan on recycling it when the World Cup is over.
CAPRON Designs’ “Rocks” are shiny stainless steel cubes you can chill, then float in your beverage in place of ice, keeping your drinks cool, without melting and diluting your precious booze.
Hey! Watch where you’re pointing that cup of coffee! Show them you really mean business in your next meeting when you walk in carrying your cup of joe in one of these.
We dig these flavored vodkas in melon-mint, ginger-coriander and espresso in truly hip flasks with monster illustrations. Too bad they’re only available in Germany, so gut trinken to you guys.
The guys at Coca-Cola have been scheming to quench our thirst in a whole new way thanks to their new Freestyle machine, which lets you mix your own sodas from over 100 flavor combos.
Every once in a while, an idea comes along that’s so simple in execution that it’s brilliant. This concept for a soda can would allow you to cover up your pop and keep the fizz in between gulps.
Drink up for science: the methodical minds of RND Vodka use a continuous glass column distillation method to create their small batch spirit, and are donating 5% of profits to science education.
They say everything tastes better with bacon. Sticky-sweet syrup maker Torani have gone and made a bacon-flavored goo you can drizzle in your drinks. Perfect for bacon martinis and pork lattes.
From Jalisco, the newly released small batch Karma tequila is made with a multiple distillation process and no additives. Silver available now; reposado and anejo versions are currently aging.
Combining two of our favorite pastimes, Dream Machines lives up to its name with their Octane 120 Beer Arcade, which offers sit-down arcade racing, a video projector and an in-dash beer tap.
Ever tasted New York whiskey? Tuthilltown Spirits follows traditional methods of batch-distilling liquors. Since prohibition, they’re the only legal maker of distilled/aged grain spirits in the state.
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