Sipping Penicillins will be even more sophisticated now with the Whisky Lover Black Set. Two smokey black tumblers and six polished soapstone cubes are included. It’s a thoughtful gift for your favorite beverage enthusiast.
Bucket List item #52: drink out of a skull. Ok, maybe these skull shot glasses aren’t exactly what you were picturing in your mind, but they’re cool, and since they’re sold in sets of four, your friends can join in on the fun too.
Want to combine your love of deep space and Dirty Harry? Check out the 4″ Bullet Space Pen. The Fisher Space Pen cartridge is held inside of a lacquered brass .375 caliber bullet. Write upside down, underwater or at stoplights. So versatile.
Inspired by a classic southern icon, Eric Prum and Josh Williams created the Mason Shaker, a charming cocktail shaker that pays homage to past American eras. It holds a hefty 32 ounces, so everyone at the party can enjoy it too.
The mythical Chinese and Hindu origin of the war between the Gods and the Asuras is beautifully portrayed in this 2500-deck limited edition design of Bicycle playing cards from Card Experiment. Uncut sheets here.
Do you like spending a lot of money on bathtubs and relaxing in a hammock? You do? Then check out the curvy, limited edition Vessel from Splinter Works – it’s made of carbon fiber and is big enough for two. (Thanks G!)
The Broquet company offers a variety of cool experience-based gift packages; the Woodsman collection encourages your favorite guy to swing that axe with a 16â€ hatchet, pigskin gloves, log carrier and rope. We like their MacGyver kit too.
An impressively diverse DLC pack offers new maps ranging from a town overflowed by a volcano, to a concert arena, to a skyscraper, to a Hollywood backlot. Plus, Mob of the Dead faces pits mobsters against zombies in Alcatraz.
Will someone buy Espresso Veloce’s insanely large coffee machine made of titanium and magnesium, in a limited edition of 500, with oil filter-shaped coffee filters, exhaust brew drip tubes and matching cups? We think so.
Want to make it rain a little harder at your Friday night poker games? Check out Jackson Robinson’s Federal 52, a good looking deck of cards inspired by the engravings on US bank notes and currency. (Thanks Greg!)