Need a pick-me-up from last night? A McClure’s Bloody Mary is the cure. Base flavoring extracted from cayenne and habanero spicy pickles with tomato paste & fresh pressed cucumber juice. If this mix doesn’t cure you, it will at least help you feel better by supporting a family-run business where every jar is hand-packed, cucumbers hand-sliced & labels, printed with soy and vegetable ink by wind-powered electricity.
Stop saying “I think they’re done” & start saying “they’re done.” Barbeque Bible author, Steven Raichlen, introduces the 3-Head Grill Light. Clamping to any handle, 5 brilliant LED’s housed in adjustable heads provide ample coverage for your open pit. Late night burnt burgers just became a thing of the past.
Sure, you could probably bang this one together in the shed – but why? Simple, rustic & unique – Brendan Ravenhill’s beech or walnut opener also supports a magnet for the fridge.
Forget the recycle bin. This is a much better way to reuse your bottles. Chicago-based, Nick Paul heats discarded glass, crafts the perfect tumbler & ships them in their original carton. Maybe the future will bring mugs from double deuces & pitchers out of 40s. One never knows.
Drawing inspiration from vintage medical labels & packaging, The Elements of Islay depicts the distillery’s ‘element’ symbol alongside a batch number. Believing age is less important than character – this single malt is just what the doctor ordered.
Potato chips that are good for you? You heard it right. Baked not fried. No GM. No MSG. Four times less fat than the standard grocery-store fare. Crips – like a crisp, but better.
Folklore tells of a cargo ship carrying a bounty of spiced rum being attacked by the legendary, giant squid – Kraken. The creature bathed the ship in its deadly ink killing cast & crew. But alas, one bottle of rum was left behind. Stained in ink, the beverage beheld a strong, rich taste. Distilled in Trinidad & Tobago – raise one up for legend.
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