Monsieur is a slick and sophisticated drink mixer. Order from its touchscreen or via its mobile app. It can vary the strength of your drinks, tell you when ingredients are running low and more. Its even built to scale up for business use.
Enviro-Cool is working on a user-friendly “reverse microwave.” The V-Tex chiller can cool down a canned drink from room temperature to 5ºC in just 45s. The company plans to release both commercial and domestic variants.
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.
A layer of neoprene and aluminum PET composite weighing just 2 lbs. means that the Case Coolie will keep a 30 pack of your favorite beverage perfectly chilled for up to 10 hours without the extra weight or mess of ice.
A rich Argentinian red wine, with notes of cherry, berries and a distinctively chocolate body. Great with meat, or sipped before a meal. Try the Colosal red blend for a more complex flavor profile, or the Reserva for a special occasion.
While the first commercial in this trilogy was pretty lighthearted, this epic spot for Captain Morgan rum looks like something out of an HBO drama – or Assassin’s Creed IV. Though for a second, we weren’t sure if he was Batman.
Hikers can take a liquid load off with powdered concentrates from Pat’s Backcountry Beverages. Use their custom designed carbonator with the powder to make a tasty soda or beer on the trail. Still no word on powdered toast yet.
Keep your wine at the right temp in these special glasses with integrated gel cooling tech. They’ll even help you quickly chill wine by the glass if you forgot to put a bottle on ice. Keep glasses in the fridge for reds, or in the freezer for whites.
DrinkSavvy makes drinkware that change color if your drink has GHB, Rohypnol or Ketamine. Those are three of the most commonly used date-rape drugs and are odorless, colorless and tasteless. Demo video here.
Designed by Canister, Steep is a ceramic tea mug with two compartments. The top part carries up to 16oz of liquid, while the bottom part can be used to store used tea bags. It also comes with a screw-top lid.
We’ve seen a redneck’s take on the wine glass. These tiny jars on the other hand are what you need for slamming down shots. Each jar can carry up to 2.4oz of your favorite booze. They come with tiny lids though.
If it wasn’t strange enough to see Bruce Lee reincarnated via CGI, it’s even more odd that his uncanny doppelgÃ¤nger is appearing in a promo for Johnnie Walker Blue – since clean-living Bruce never drank. Still, it’s worth watching.
By combining American hops, Scottish malt and cold-extracted Guatemalan coffee, Surly Brewing Company may have just invented beer that cures its own hangovers. Ok, we made that last part up, but the caffeine certainly couldn’t hurt.
Another product of Restoration Hardware’s current obsession with grimy 20th century curios, this imposing iron drink cabinet is based on a light bulb voltage tester from the 1920s. Perfect for supervillains and mad scientists.
We haven’t had a chance to taste this chocolate peanut butter Porter from DuClaw Brewing Co., but they pulled us in with what could be the best microbrew name ever. Though we’re not sure if they named it for Ricky Bobby or Kanye.
Similar to the Coke Can Glass, the Cuppa-Can is a ceramic mug shaped like a drink can. It even has a silicone lid with a molded pull-tab. Its double wall insulation keeps hot drinks hot and your hands cool. Also available here and here.
80’s themes, energy drinks, zombies and MJ dance moves. Now that we’ve viewed this video by itinerant party planners Matinee, it’s still unclear what we’re watching, but it may be the greatest thing ever produced. (Thanks Mike!)
Barista/drink artist Nowtoo Sugi amps up his intricate latte-foam creations by adding dashes of colored bartender syrups to his creations. Check out some videos of his methodical drink painting process here.
Say goodbye to warm beer with these freezable aluminum rods you can actually drink through. Just keep ’em in the freezer, take a sip to make room, then pop one into a bottle of brew to keep it nice and frosty cold.