The adult treats we like most usually cause impairment of some kind. But unless you think a little Cajun spice might mess you up, you can eat these Tabasco-flavored jelly beans and still drive yourself home.
We know knives and drinking don’t mix but Danish knifemakers, Anso don’t really care. They create highly functional tools for both cutting and popping bottles. The Bar-Key is a solid Titanium opener and pry bar for your key chain. 5 colors available.
Magicians are lame. Who cares about pulling a rabbit from a hat? If you want to see a real magic trick, buy this kit. In just 36 hours it’ll turn any run-of-the-mill vodka into 2 spicy, aromatic bottles of gin.
Poor skateboarding. Once young, wild and immune to the influence of anything but the underground, it has now reached middle age. New York “skate boutiques” now collab with French board brands to foist hip products like corkscrews made from recycled decks on an aging population of ex-skaters. So what if you can’t to kickflip anymore as long as you can corkscrew, right? via
Here’s a Torani syrup you’re not likely to get pumped into your Starbucks latté but their Chicken ‘N Waffles flavored syrup might taste quite good drizzled on your buttered biscuits or actual chicken ‘n waffles. Who knows, your pregnant wife might even want to do some shots of it.
As classic junkfood snacks like Twinkies and Ding Dongs—unchanged for generations—slide into obscurity in the age of energy drinks, it’s cool to see the old-timey Cracker Jacks get a marketing makeover. The update to Cracker Jack’d includes a hefty dose of caffeine to spice up new flavors like Spicy Pizzeria, Cheddar BBQ, & Cocoa Java. That’s right, caffeine Cracker Jacks. How’s that for a prize?
Delivery membership clubs for everything from steaks to wine to shaving supplies are great for exposing you to new products without having to deal with the shopping. Whisky Explorers offers scheduled home delivery of the world’s great hard-to-find and limited production whiskies. Source
Whether you drink aged, fine wines or supermarket table wine, well-designed wine tools are kitchen essentials. The Blade series includes a waiter’s corkscrew, an ergonomic twist corkscrew, a vacuum pump and an aerating decanting pourer. The design of the pourer adds 430% more oxygen to the wine as it pours, making even mediocre wine taste fine.
Sam Adam’s has developed and produced some amazing barrel-aged beers over the last decade. A series of experiments led to their potent “Utopias” brews, which, due to unusually high alcohol content, they won’t call “beers.” This year’s batch, at 29%, will really lube you up but Sam insists the Utopias are all about complex taste. Available at select specialty beer and liquor stores.