Lee Seo-jin’s Earth-friendly Cuptea design is a lovely marriage of disposable cup and teabag. The flat kit converts into a beautiful hexagon for flower tea and an octagonal shape for leaf tea.
Illustrator Dave Murray puts a cubist spin on roundist(?) cans and bottles of beer in this abstract series of 9×12 giclÃ©e prints. Note: Get too drunk, and they might just look photo-realistic.
The Big Easy offers some of the best iced coffee on the planet. Maybe it’s the sweltering heat that makes it taste better. Get a little shot of heaven with this NOLA-style concentrate (made in NYC.)
A collapsible kettle made of a silicone body and a stainless steel base. It has a capacity of 1.1L or about 4 cups of your favorite drink. Its light, washable and takes up a tiny amount of space.
Whether you’re dealing with a first date, a messy divorce, or a bad day at work, How to Booze: Exquisite Cocktails and Unsound Advice has your back, mixing advice and the right drink to go with.
Absolut’s small-batch premium vodka is made using a restored 1929 copper rectification still, producing ever-so-subtle fruit and floral notes not found in other pure vodkas.
The On-Ice Dispenser keeps your favorite drink accessible and cool without being diluted by the ice, which is isolated in the interior chamber. Has a maximum capacity of 80 oz.
Be the life of the party and keep the booze flowing with the Dual Tank Backpack Drink Dispenser. Its two 24″ taps have a combined capacity of 210oz. Also comes with a mesh bag for holding cups.
Practice chemistry and be refreshed with the Root Beer Brewing Kit. It has almost everything you need to make 2 gal. of root beer, including bottle labels. Some ingredients (i.e. sugar) not included.
You may not have a Swiss army knife, multi-tool or a keychain. But chances are, you need at least one key. Get one of these blanks from Makr to ensure you’re always ready to pop them bottles.
Containing spirit dating from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939, the Dalmore Trinitas is a rare three bottle release, 64 year single-malt available for mere pennies – just 19,500,000 of them. (Thanks, Ron!)
We want to shake the hand of whoever thought of this commercial. Seriously if Hahn beer were sold where we lived, we’d have bought a case right now just because of this ad.
Alcohol is never the solution (although technically it is a solution), but we could all use a shot or two sometimes. Good grief glasses tell you how much booze you need for each step of grieving.
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