Like time travel in a bottle, 7th generation winery Sandeman is offering a Porto Century Pack which includes its ten-, twenty-, thirty- and forty-year old Ports in a wooden box.
Similar to Bong Vodka, 1800 Tequila’s Essential Artists solicits submissions from artists with a $10,000 bounty and a national ad campaign; you can submit your own art here.
The Macallan’s Rankin Edition is about as limited as it gets: 1,000 unique bottles will be sold with 30 year old single malt whiskey; each will include an original polaroid by photog Rankin.
Gold Cuvee is a white wine that turns a few shades of gold, literally: it blends edible 22 carat gold flakes with Pinot Blanc grapes, and gives new meaning to pissing away your money.
Cloaked in secrecy, Signet Whiskey is a premium combination of the oldest and rarest Glenmorangie whiskeys; it’s aged in made to order casks with a roasted chocolate malt barley.
Written by BBC beer correspondent (yes, they actually have one) Tim Hampson, The Beer Book is 352 sudsy pages that cover everything from history and types of beer to brewing techniques.
Want to keep the bubbles in your bubbly? The Perlage System repressurizes opened bottles by removing the O2 and replacing it with CO2; it’s used both at homes and in restaurants.
Even mad scientists need a little booze every now and then: this Cocktail Chemistry Set includes your standard radioactive and biohazard test tubes, Erlenmeyer flask and a shaker.
Jett Vodka has California written all over it, which makes sense considering it’s available only in LA; it adds trendy guarana, ginseng and caffeine for a slight boost with your buzz.
Tired of crappy beer? Surly Beer not only redresses your grievances but is brash enough to serve premium beer in a can; it’s pretty good stuff, but too bad it’s only served in Minnesota.
Despite its flippant name, Sake2Me is steeped in tradition, made from premium grade rice and water with a 200 year-old brewer; it’s a light drink with a low 7% alcohol content.
If you rely on a daily java fix to get by, Handpresso is a portable handheld espresso maker that generates 16 bar pressure and holds 50 ml of water; it relies on single serving pods.
It’s amazing what word play can do: USB Port is a 2007 Zinfandel with geektastic packaging; it sports a USB symbol and a binary tree that decodes to Peltier Station, the makers of the wine.
(ri)1 Whiskey hopes to capitalize on the growing popularity of straight rye whiskey; it’s a cocktail couture brand with a swank, modern bottle and a slightly spicy flavor to match.
Whittled down to a handful of years, Balblair Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky is hand-selected from only the best vintages; it has a smooth, creamy and long-lasting finish.
Here’s to you, Barney: although it seems to be available only in Europe, iFoods.tv’s Niall Harbison gives a glowing video review of Duff Beer above; it’s brewed in Belgium.
We’re suckers for gimmicky packaging, which is why Firestarter Vodka has us all fired up. It’s shaped like an extinguisher and comes complete with a locking pin, trigger and nozzle.
Zero degree chilling, LED backlit logos and a working tap handle: the Jagermeister is perfect for parties; heck, they even have a profit calculator. Optional: matching Jager Bomb cups.
48 years in the making, The Last Drop is a run of 1,347 bottles blended from 82 whiskies, which come from many distilleries that no longer exist; they’re bottled straight from the cask.
Scoring 97 points, Jean-Marc’s XO Vodka is premium-level liquor; distilled nine times with four French wheat grains, this unflavored vodka is super smooth with hints of star anise.
Just in time for Halloween: Drinkhacker has a surprisingly sanguine review of Vampyre Vodka; the 80-proof drink is 3x distilled with a smooth finish; the Red variant makes a great mixer.
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