For the gourmet tea that bears his name, Detroit local Joseph Wesley chooses only high-quality, single origin black teas like Dian Hong Congfu & Darjeeling from growers in China & India; resulting in better tasting tea with more complex flavors.
The galvanized metal Kranz Tray is modeled after the classic German beer-tasting tray but not to worry, the 12 slim glasses aren’t sample size, they’re plenty big enough to wet your whistle.
A great gift or re-gift to the book-oriented boozer on your Christmas shopping list, The Curious Bartender offers more than just recipes for new and classic cocktails, it even explores the alchemy of barcraft, whatever that is.
The flood of Anchorman 2 offshoot products is officially underway even though the movie isn’t out for weeks. You may remember that in addition to jazz flute, Ron likes Scotch and now you can drink his signature 80-proof brand: Ron Burgundy Blended Scotch Whiskey. Should hit shelves this week.
While we’re fine with passing the 12-pack box around the circle until it’s empty, she’d probably prefer you deliver your guests their next round with this handy 3-foot-long multi-drink carrier. Meter Of Beer makes a few different racks, one for beers, shots, samplers, and pints.
These brewing kits from Portland, Oregon’s Stumptown Coffee take the guesswork out of selecting your home coffee-making system. They offer four kits: A single-cup travel/camp kit, a carafe brewer and grinder kit, a Dripper kit with a ceramic coffee mill, and the fourth is a Chemex kit. All come packaged with a select Stumptown roast.
Milwaukee Tools makes a cordless reciprocating saw that can cut through 4 inches of cement so you better believe they can build a better beer opener. This ergonomic design will pop your tops and it also features a set of wire strippers in case you need those.
Imagine taking fresh, green coffee beans and with the simple push of a button, turning them into drinkable black coffee. It was just a coffee addict’s dream until now: this new, all-in-one roaster-grinder-brewer does it all automatically.
People have found all sorts of interesting alternative uses for old 8-bit Nintendo cartridges but this beats them all: A flask. Yes, the thirsty dudes at Ink Whiskey are converting cartridges into flasks. 5 different games to chose from. Pick your poison. Coming soon.