This limited-edition Johnnie Walker Gold comes in the bottle that it should have always had – enshrouded in a shiny gold finish that deserves top shelf placement. The smoothly honeyed, subtly smoky scotch inside ain’t bad either.
A single malt made near the sea on the Isle of Skye. Has a smooth, but complex aroma with just the right balance of sweet and smoky, made by blending casks from different ages. Warms the mouth with honey notes and a hint of peat.
The best Kentucky Bourbon from Jim Beam, Booker’s is prepared uncut in small batches and bottled straight from the barrel. Aged six to eight years, it’s a grand 120-130 proof oaky, vanilla experience for your nose and mouth.
Invented by Derek Hoy, the Cooler Cannon gently tosses canned drinks up to a distance of 8ft. It comes with a remote control and can carry up to 18 cans at once. We’d tell you its benefits, but bottom line, it makes getting a drink fun.
This vodka has a heavenly aroma of burnt sugar and vanilla, but isn’t sweet. This makes for some amazing cocktails, like the popcorn martini, made with caramel corn and simple syrup. Also tastes great with tangy ginger ale, or straight up.
This unique scale, cable and companion app let you precisely dole out cocktails without the need to measure with a shot glass. And no, you don’t have to make foofy rainbow-colored drinks with it. Works with both iOS and Android devices.
For about the same price as a koozie, the BottleCamo will keep your beer bottle 40% colder, thanks to its neoprene inner lining. The stainless steel case also protects and almost completely hides the bottle.
This exclusive 18-year Johnnie Walker has landed on U.S. shores, and it was well worth the wait. This perfectly blended sipping scotch whisky has just the perfect balance of sweetness and smokiness and a wonderfully heady aroma.
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