It’s the holidays, which means it’s time to dull the pain of having to deal with your extended family and/or in-laws by drinking copious amounts of booze! Hooray!
With that said, if you happen to know a geek (or a nerd) who loves a good glass of whiskey, then we’ve got some great gift ideas for said alcohol aficionado. Check out our suggestions after the break…
These D20 Whiskey Stones ($29.99) grant +5 intoxication when you roll a…. oh, whoops, these don’t actually have any numbers on them. Sorry. Ok, these icosahedron-shaped whiskey stones are only meant for one thing: making your whiskey nice and chilly. When you pop them in the fridge, they’ll do an excellent job of chilling your boozy beverage of choice without watering it down.
If only this TARDIS Flask ($25.00) was actually bigger on the inside! Currently it holds 7 ounces of your favorite spirit. Just make sure to look inside before you take a swig—you might accidentally drink a tiny Time Lord and his companion.
If you’re something of a master boozehound, then you’ll probably want to get your hands on this Drinkmaster Hoodie ($69.00) from comedian and professional boozer Zane Lamprey. Check this out: The hoodie has a whole mess of pockets that are designed to hold everything from a beer koozie to a flask. It also features a bottle opener (in the zipper!), a pocket for your I.D. and built-in drinking gloves. I think I just found the perfect Christmas present.
Drink like a superhero with these Caped Shot Glasses ($14.99). You can choose from Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Oh, and remember: Be careful with that cape. There’s nothing more embarrassing than a superhero with a cape that smells like whiskey.
That’s no moon. It’s… an ice cube? Yep, now you can chill your favorite dram using this Death Star Silicone Ice Cube Mold ($7.99). Just be aware that your icy orbital laser platform is susceptible to attacks by star fighters. Pesky Rebels, always ruining my cocktails.
The Kisai Intoxicated Breathalyzer Watch ($149.00) features a built-in Breathalyzer that can measure your blood alcohol content (BAC) in just a few seconds. And, like every good watch should, it also lets you know the time and date. Just keep in mind that the results are intended “for entertainment only” so we wouldn’t make any important decisions based on its results. Don’t drink and drive dammit.