48 years in the making, The Last Drop is a run of 1,347 bottles blended from 82 whiskies, which come from many distilleries that no longer exist; they’re bottled straight from the cask.
Scoring 97 points, Jean-Marc’s XO Vodka is premium-level liquor; distilled nine times with four French wheat grains, this unflavored vodka is super smooth with hints of star anise.
Just in time for Halloween: Drinkhacker has a surprisingly sanguine review of Vampyre Vodka; the 80-proof drink is 3x distilled with a smooth finish; the Red variant makes a great mixer.
Get your official The Sopranos wine, made by with several Italian wineries and affordably priced between $15-$34. Each is tied to a specific character, e.g. Tony’s Chianti.
Although we prefer the Seamaster Diver watch, this Quantum of Solace branded Smirnoff Black Vodka should be more accessible; it’ll come in a limited edition cocktail shaker.
Its hip, periodic table-style labeling aside, Walla Walla-base Waters Winery’s “Wines of Substance” is not bad for the price, with the Merlot and Chardonnay being surprisingly good.
Drinkhacker has a review up of 10 Cane Rum; popular at bars, this rum is made from sugar juice. Not for straight shots, its versatile, smoky flavor is best mixed with cocktails.
The Skybar Wine Preservation System is like a kegger for crushed grapes, with three independently chilled chambers, separate pouring spouts and vacuum tech to preserve freshness.
Made from crushed sugarcane and then aged at 8,000 feet in Guatemela, Zacapa Rum is a premium rum. It has a smooth finish and a complex flavor, with hints of hazelnut and caramel.
Inspired by deuterium-laced heavy water, Heavy Water’s vodka is made from Swedish winter wheat. The water is not filtered like other brands, giving it lush, nuanced taste that sets it apart.
Zyr Vodka’s resume reads like an Ivy League graduate, with 96-100 points and a 5 star review with Spirit Journal. This 9:5:3 ratio vodka is surprisingly versatile with a strong bite.
If the Champagne Cruise wasn’t enough, Veuve Clicquot also has a $70,000 Champagne Fridge. Standing over six feet tall, it’ll keep your overpriced bubblies chilled at 54 degrees F.
You haven’t lived until you blow $80k on booze: Veuve Clicquot and luxury speedboat maker RIVA have teamed up to sell 4 bottles of champagne for the price of a Corvette Z06.
Made with Louisiana molasses from the oldest rum distillery in the United States, Old New Orleans Cajun Spice Rum is a light-bodied rum with hints of gingerbread and cayenne pepper.
If wine gets better with age, Fossil Fuels’ Brewing Co. blows vineyards out of the water with their uber-ancient beer: it’s made with yeast extracted from 25-45 million year old amber.
It’s like two sins for the price of one: Tabasco has teamed up with Heaven Hill Distilleries to release Tabasco Spicy Tequila. Oh, the Mojitos and Sangritas we’ll make with this…
Talk about markup: New York’s Rose Club is charging $2,500 a shot for Remy Martin’s Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac; you can save a bit if you buy the whole bottle here for only $32k.
European favorite Cape North Vodka has crossed the pond to the States; it’s a wheat-based vodka made with Swedish spring water, with hints of vanilla and citrus notes.
Valt Vodka is the world’s first single malt vodka by Scottish distillers. It’s made from many of the same materials that are used in Scotch whisky, including barley sugar and cream.
Perfect for football parties, the Krups Beertender not only keeps beer perfectly chilled at 41 degrees F, but it injects CO2 every time you open the tap. Use with a Heineken DraughtKeg.
Twice aged for 18 years in American and premium French oak casks, Bruichladdich’s single malt scotch whisky has a rich, syrupy aroma and a viscous, buttery taste.
Any they say you suck at throwing keggers: Form Us With Love’s “Pusher” gin dispenser (commissioned by Beefeater) lets you pop in a bottle for instant, self-serve boozing.
The Glenlivet XXV is a special edition 25 year-old Scotch whisky, aged in Sherry casks. It has a rich, elegantly balanced flavor and is packaged in a wood box with limestone and brushed steel.
Dom Perignon’s Vintage 1995 champagne is wrapped in white gold and is the world’s most expensive jeroboam (3 liter bottle), coming in at a hefty $17k. Available in Singapore.
The slick bottle work is no accident: Agavero Tequila is essentially a gateway tequila. It’s relatively smooth at 64 proof and is sweetened with Damiana flowers; the latter is a mild aphrodisiac.
It’s like combining two vices into one: Bong Vodka’s questionable shape is the envy of college students everywhere, but we dig the bottle graphics. You can even submit your own here.
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