Heads up whisky geeks. These first 3 blended whiskys will not only please your palette, they’ll help you develop it. New Reference Series whiskys are made available to you as they’re created, allowing you to taste and test various flavors, recipes and distilling processes toward a better understanding of what your whisky is all about.
Let those other dweebs eat their kale salad with quinoa. Over here, we’ll be filling up on the kind of food that makes men. That’s right, meatloaf. And not mom’s old standby. Real talk: this is a crispy, deep-fried meatloaf sandwich served on crusty bread with a dollop of mashed potatoes plus mushrooms and gravy. Hungry yet? Us, too.
The depth of the 30-gallon steel drum is what gives you that deep, smoky pit barbecue flavor. This complete, pit cooker system is equipped with everything you need to make mean meat & they’re made in Colorado, U.S.A.
To get your charcoal grill glowing properly you need to stoke up your coals in the chimney first. Williams-Sonoma’s stainless steel drop-bottom chimney does it right. After about 15 minutes heating up, just pop the lever and the chimney drops your coals into the grill & then you’ll be cooking.
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Still drinking your stout from a regular glass, eh? Not for long. Riedel glassmakers collaborated with Left Hand Brewery & Rogue Ales to design a glass that accentuates the unique flavors and body of a stout beer and this is it: The Spiegelau Stout Glass.
This California-made gourmet olive oil is pressed with love by a pair of Bay Area brothers. Over the years it has won numerous awards, most recently Best of Class, and Best of Show in the 2013 Napa Valley Olive Oil Competition.
Made by a real human blacksmith in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this hand-forged steel opener from Leaning Barn Iron Works features an old-time design that will pop ’em all.
The essence of bourbon gives Whiskey Barrel Coffee its unique flavor. Green coffee beans are aged in old bourbon barrels where they absorb the goodness before a traditional European air roasting. Then the finished product is packaged in a whiskey bottle with a hand-dipped wax seal.