Forget about outfits for every occasion, the luggage you really need for that holiday trip back home is this Italian leather bar-in-a-box from luggage maker Tumi and the distillers of Ketel One. The Traveling Mixologist holds two bottles, two martini glasses, an ice bucket, ice tongs, an ice scoop, a zester, and everything else you need for a well-lubricated holiday season.
When it comes to food and drinks, a picture is worth a thousand words. Just look at Instagram. The Porthole is a vessel that gives you and your guests a window into your carefully concocted cocktails, oils, teas, or other infusions. Show ’em off in this glass, steel, and silicone vessel that’s dishwasher safe and has graced the pages of all the good gourmet magazines.
Whether or not you practice it, you probably know that your wine should breathe. So, too should your fine spirits. Whisky, cognac, tequila and other high quality spirits taste better with aeration. This gadget is designed to induce aeration as you pour. Simply fill the jigger, pull the trigger and boom, the booze is aerated on the way to your glass.
The glass you’re holding often looks like this after a few stiff ones but even in Sobervision™ this collection of one-of-a-kind tumblers made in London by Loris & Livia look a little crooked.
Believe it or not some refrigerator models don’t have built-in icemakers, meaning that some folks still make ice cubes the old-fashioned way. The innovative Cube Tube now allows the traditional art of ice cubery to move out of the dark ages into the modern age while keeping the fundamentals of the craft intact.
If you woke up this morning and said to yourself, “Screw my job, I’m quitting to start my own brewery,” you could be in business sooner than you ever imagined. This automated, computer-controlled brewing system includes everything needed to transform you from a job-quitter to a professional brewmeister overnight.
A bad swing that results in snapping the head off a driver is a golf tradition as old as the game itself. Now these casualties of the game come back to life at the 19th hole. Handmade from real vintage clubs, each bottle opener is one-of-a-kind.
For most people, opening a beer bottle is just means to an end. For others it can be more meaningful. If and when you crack a cold one with this 100% brass bottle opener you’ll be holding art and craft in the palm of your hand. Designed by Oji Masanori and crafted in a 114-year old Japanese foundry, this opener is exceptional.
Although we can’t confirm it, there are reportedly people who, after opening a beer and drinking some, want to close it back up and finish it later. For people with these odd tendencies there is a dual-purpose bottle opener designed to not just open but to also reseal your beverage for later consumption. It’s called the Hermetus and it provides an airtight seal.