The perfect thirst quencher for hot Summer days at the beach or by the barbeque, Coors Light Citrus Radler is a remarkably easy to drink beer, with just the right hint of natural citrus flavor to add a little zest to its smooth and clean body.
Unlike other heated mugs, the Nanoheat mug has a built-in battery so you don’t have to keep it plugged in to work. It can keep your drink at 145ºF to 155ºF for 45 mins. per charge. It also has an optional wireless charger.
The Whiskey Wedge lets you enjoy your favorite drinks chilled while reducing the watered down taste. It comes with a tumbler and a silicone mold that forms a wedge-shaped ice that melts slower than an ice cube.
Get your drink on while getting your sorbet on with these freezer pops filled with fruity ice spiked with vodka. Flavors include apple, black currant, and lemon/lime. A welcome alternative to jello shots.
These sections of charred oak barrel staves will add new depth to existing spirit. Simply let them soak for up to 20 days in your favorite alcoholic beverage, then then strain through the included cheesecloth. BYO bottle.
Inspired by 19th c. recipe, Slow & Low starts out with straight rye whiskey, then introduces orange peel, raw honey and horehound, resulting in a perfectly balanced, slightly sweet cocktail with a wondrous fragrance. Just pour and enjoy.
Warm your cockles this winter with two very special, beautifully smooth Speyside single malt scotch whiskys for very special occasions. The 18yr. has bold flavors of coffee and burnt orange, while the 25yr. is spicy, earthy and chewy.
The uKeg keeps beer and other carbonated drinks fizzy and fresh, thanks to its regulator cap that works with food-grade CO2 cartridges. Its double-walled stainless steel body keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. Available in 64oz and 128oz.
Spice up your evening with Patrón’s latest tequila liqueur. XO Cafe Incendio is flavored with chocolate and spicy arbol chile peppers. Makes for the world’s most awesome cup of coffee or hot cocoa, but also tastes great all by itself.
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