Fear not, this isn’t like wine in a box. This is a complete one-gallon beer brewing kit that includes everything you need to make two batches of your own brewskies. Two different grain recipes and 8 reusable PETA bottles plus all the other gear will get you started properly.
Jedis drink a lot of tea. You knew that already. But did you know that there was a fully-licensed Lucasfilm tea infuser modeled after the Imperial Death Star? Seek and you shall find it.
There’s nothing quite as refreshing as a stiff vodka & soda after a few hours slogging up a hiking trail loaded down with a backpack. And if your pack happens to contain a Carbonator Bottle, you can mix yourself up that cocktail in seconds flat. The bottle design features an activator cup where you pour in the carbonating powder, then simply shake it and start sipping a bubbly beverage.
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.
Before the advent of genetically modified corn and the toxic Teflon bag required for microwaving, popcorn was a pretty innocent snack. Thanks to the people at Quinn Popcorn this snack is back from rehab. Gone are the GMOs, hyrdrogenated oils, and plastic packaging. Their microwave popcorn is organic and comes in a compostable package.
Southern cooking gets a bad rap mainly because the best stuff is fried in lard, rendered in fat, or swimming in drawn butter. But there’s no denying it’s tasty. This recipe for savory cornmeal waffles—stacked with pulled pork and barbecue sauce strikes a balance. It’s classic Southern style but won’t cause a coronary.
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.
Tequila’s cousin Mezcál is the one with the worm, a marketing gimmick devised in 1950 to entice silly gringos into finishing the bottle. It took the Brits 62 years to rip off this idea and drop an English earthworm into a bottle of gin. Gin & Mezcál are equally potent but English Garden Worm Gin may be a bit worse, that worm looks huge!