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!
While we’ve yet to taste Mucha Liga’s series of tequilas, this is one time when we’re willing to try a spirit strictly on the basis of its awesome packaging. Each bottle features a polygonal sculpt of a luchador mask. Bravo is a blanco, Canibal is a reposado, and Invicto is an añejo.
Need a burst of energy but don’t have a cup of joe handy? Two Go Cubes not only give you the power-up of a cup of coffee, they taste like a coffee, mocha, or latte too. Additional nutrients help smooth out the caffeine jolt, improve alertness, focus, memory, and reaction time.
A drink connoisseur from Whiskey.com evaluates Fireball cinnamon whiskey with the same critical eye he’d turn towards any fine spirit. His flavor impressions start at 4:01. We appreciate his humble approach, but we still think this stuff tastes like Lavoris.
Fans of the Discovery show Moonshiners will want to grab a jar of Sugarland Shine’s sweet and aromatic concoction, based on Mark and Digger’s recipe for rum with real hazelnut flavor, and hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and honey. Tasty by itself, and spectacular in coffee.
A delightfully smooth, light, and slightly sweet blend of bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, and rye from the past three decades. It’s honey forward, with grassy undertones, and a bit of apple and spice on the finish. Sips easy on its own, and perfect for old fashioneds.
Create perfect square or spherical ice cubes with these silicone trays from The Whiskey Ball. The BLOXX tray makes a dozen slow-melting 2.5″ cubes, while the SVERES tray makes six 2.5″ diameter ice balls at a time. Save 25% off the original price in The Awesomer Shop.
If there’s one bourbon we must always have stocked in our bar, it’s this one. A wonderfully smooth, perfectly balanced, and daily drinkable whiskey from select barrels of 8-to-12 year aged spirits. Its new bottle better reflects how special the spirit inside truly is.