Tentacle Grape is a carbonated drink that is about as un-PC as beverages get, but it’s also brilliant wordplay on one of anime/manga’s more questionable fetishes. Thanks, Nailbeer!
It’s not the first alcoholic energy drink we’ve featured, but Vicious Vodka skips the taurine and guarana and goes straight for pure caffeine; it’ll boost energy without the nerves.
There are few better ways to celebrate the New Year than with a bottle of Cristal Brut 2000; rated 95 by Wine & Spirits, this golden champagne has a fruity taste with a powerful finish.
All caps usually spells pretentious; however, the OTTO Espresso Maker earns it, as it’s made almost entirely out of stainless steel and includes a DVD barista training session.
NotCot has a review up of Rubyy; cool glow-in-the-dark bottle aside, this carbonated energy drink has a citrusy taste and is blended with B-vitamins; drink it alone or as a mixer.
Just like beer goes with bowling, this Jack Daniels Golf Flask is perfect for golfers who sip between swings; it includes a stainless steel flask, four tees and a pitch repair tool.
Ditch the eggnog with Crispin Hard Apple Cider; this dry drink goes down without the bloat associated with traditional ciders and beers, and is best served over ice. Thanks, Matt!
Absolut Vodka’s ads are a cultural institution unto themselves, both in terms of creativity and sheer marketing brilliance; Trend.Land has an excellent collection of three dozen of their best.
Ireland isn’t much known for its vodka, but Drinkhacker is waxing positive over Boru Vodka; this quintuple distilled drink is available in both flavored and unflavored varieties.
Celebrate 2009 with Krug’s On My Own Terms luxury champagne case; it includes six bottles of their Grand Cuvee along with a personalized plaque affixed to a cellar case.
Epicenter Designs’ Gottacha Wine Rack concept is both a brilliant conversation piece and a place to stow your sangiovese; whoever thought a game of darts could be so intoxicating?
Even if it tastes like crap, we’d still drink Sapporo’s Space Beer: it’s the only barley that can lay claim to being grown on the ISS, 190 miles above the earth and at a speed of 17,000 mph.
Drinkhacker has nothing but praise for Oronoco Rum; made in Brazil, this white rum goes down smooth with a vanilla nose. The palate borders on creme brulee with cinnamon notes.
The Dalmore 50 is a bit misleading, as it actually contains whiskey distilled over 140 years ago; to put this into perspective, this is before even the Statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower were built.
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.
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