If by some odd twist of geographic bad luck you end up somewhere far from a quality coffee shop, this travel kit from San Francisco’s Blue Bottle coffee & Timbuk2 will keep you caffeinated. The kit includes a stainless steel grinder, dripper, filters, Falcon Enamelware tumblers, a sample bag of Three Africans drip blend and a pair of felt zarfs. If you need to, look up zarf, bro.
Whiskey Elements let you add flavor and aroma to your whiskey in 24-hours. Made with no flavor additives or chemicals, these sticks of wood create flavors like oaky, vanilla, maple, smokey, & peaty turning your run-of-the-mill whiskey into something worth drinking. Just drop one in the bottle.
90s nostalgia is obviously here. Otherwise Surge Soda wouldn’t be back, but it is. Coca-Cola has revived the short-lived citrus soda, once marketed as “Mountain Dew Killer”, and it’s now available exclusively through Amazon.
Replacing the muddled Mojito of yore, the Moscow Mule is everyone’s latest cocktail obsession. And this set from Broquet gives you everything you need (minus the liquor) to make them at home. The set includes a stainless steel jigger & shaker, gourmet ginger syrup, and a pair of the requisite copper mugs to make it authentic.
Master bartender and blogger Jeffrey Morgenthaler says bartending is not an art but rather a craft. He believes that making a better tasting, better looking cocktail comes down to technique and knowledge. In this comprehensive guide to cocktail craft, he breaks it all down from ingredients to methods.
Sorry, the Craft Brewer system from BKON does not make craft beer in 60-seconds. It actually makes tea, coffee, and even cocktails using Reverse Atmospheric Infusion to extract complex flavors from your favorite coffees, teas, & fruits, delivering a high-tech yet somehow “crafted” beverage in just 1 minute. Albeit, a very expensive 1 minute.
Heads up whisky geeks. These first 3 blended whiskys will not only please your palette, they’ll help you develop it. New Reference Series whiskys are made available to you as they’re created, allowing you to taste and test various flavors, recipes and distilling processes toward a better understanding of what your whisky is all about.
Wouldn’t it be nice if something besides junk mail ended up in your mailbox once in awhile. Well, if you subscribe to Wineist, you’ll get new wines delivered monthly. Their in-house experts curate themed selections & send them to you to taste, allowing you to choose & order only the wines you really like.
The essence of bourbon gives Whiskey Barrel Coffee its unique flavor. Green coffee beans are aged in old bourbon barrels where they absorb the goodness before a traditional European air roasting. Then the finished product is packaged in a whiskey bottle with a hand-dipped wax seal.
Due to complicated broadcast regulations, Neil Patrick Harris is not allowed to drink Heineken Light, winner of the 2013 World Beer Championship’s Best Tasting Light Beer, in this commercial. But trust us, if he did drink it, he would enjoy it tremendously, but not on camera.