Man Crates presents a fantastic gift for whiskey lovers. The highlight is a personalized whiskey decanter and matching pair of rocks glasses, along with two ice sphere molds, two slate coasters, and a 33 Drams whiskey drinking journal, all packed in a sturdy wooden crate.
Winc Wine Delivery learns about your tastes in wines, then selects bottles matched to your likes and dislikes. This special introductory deal gets you four $13 bottles for just $26 – 50% off when you register for a monthly subscription – which you can cancel at any time.
If you like making cocktails, you’d probably love to have those clear ice cubes they have at fancy bars. This slick kit from Wintersmiths gives you the tools you need to make crystal clear ice, and offers several molds for making spheres, cubes, and other shapes with ordinary tap water.
OXO’s cocktail shaker lets you make your drinks and keeps them ice cold thanks to its double-wall insulation, which also keeps your hands from freezing while shaking it. Its self-straining lid can pours only when you press the button on top, and features a leakproof seal.
Like the Biersafe, but way slicker, Timo Hänsel’s in-ground Bierkühler Deluxe is fully motorized, and packed with LEDs so drinks make a dramatic entrance as they rise up from the ground, where they remain cool and out of the sun. It looks like it was a pain to set up though.
Next time your serve up a cocktail, drop a tiny human skull in, then let it gradually melt like the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark. This two-part silicone tray lets you make four 2″ x 2.36″ skulls at a time, and is great not only for water, but for fruit juice, jello, or candy skulls.
Do you love to drink wine, but hate to open a whole bottle just to pour a glass or two? This nifty gadget called zzysh® lets you preserve your wine or champagne, ensuring it stays fresh, fragrant, and delicious for weeks. Save 20% with promo code getyourzzysh.
A brilliantly simple system that turns plastic bottles into water bladders. The Grip’enGo’s bottle cap adapter seals and fits on a variety of bottles, including juice and soda bottles. It makes it easy to enjoy different drinks on the go and clean the draw tube.
A welcome alternative to cinnamon-flavored whiskeys, naturally-flavored Blazing HEEET has a much more neutral base flavor, offering up a hot and slightly sweet taste just like a red hot candy. Try it solo, or with a little Applejack for a cinnamon apple treat.
To promote their coffee, Finnish roasters Paulig enlisted the help of filmmaker Lucas Zanotto to create what is more than likely the smallest cup of coffee ever brewed, hand-grinding (er, filing) a single bean of their Kenya AA+ Karindum into a tiny filter and doing a thimble-sized pourover.
A tasty new seasonal beer from Ireland’s St. James’s Gate Brewery, it’s light, bright, and so drinkable. Turns out that the same yeast that makes a great stout imbues this beer with grapefruit, lemon peel, banana, and a hint of clove. Perfect for spring and summer shindigs.
As you can tell by their accents, the Imperials love tea time. ThinkGeek commissioned a weapon that annihilates productivity in the name of that sacred tradition. This ceramic set consists of a 12oz teapot and 6oz mug that can be stacked to look like the Death Star.
Sean Woolsey’s open-face home bar can hold 20 to 25 bottles, along with all of your barware, and up to 20 bottles of wine in the storage area. It’s made from powdercoated aluminum, with a black walnut pull out shelf for drink prep. Just be sure to mount it into wall studs!