It’s the Swiss Army knife of booze. This one bartending multi-tool features 10 essentials for advanced mixology: Bottle opener, corkscrew, strainer, jigger, 6″ stirrer, 4″ knife, channel knife, Muddler, Reamer, & Zester. Sounds like a party!
Unfortunately there’s no actual alcohol in these Hefeweizen flavored jellybeans from Jelly Belly. But they do taste like beer, so they might help you make it through your little angel’s ballet recital. If you chew slowly.
Bottoms up. This aluminum wall mounted liquor dispenser will keep four of your favorite bottles in the ready position so you can pull up and pour as many 1.5-oz shots as you want, whenever you want.
We have an affinity for products out of our former home state of Michigan. Here’s one that proves simpler is better. Dave’s Toffee contains 4 ingredients: almonds, butter, sugar, & milk chocolate. It’s handmade, homemade and will melt in your mouth but stick to your teeth; just like it should.
Yes, a ‘flight of whiskey’ sounds like an oxymoron to us too, that’s why in order for male men to actually submit to drinking in this highly suspect manner, the flight must be served in a damn deer antler. This set includes four 6-oz. glasses and an ethically sourced stag antler. Good luck.
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.