When unicorns go to frat parties, they drink out of this. When unicorns want to get a buzz at the movie theater, they reach for this rainbow hip flask.
Iridescent Hip Flask ($12.95)
Everyone knows that 99% of the flavor for wine and spirits depend on how cool the bottle is. Based on that factual piece of information, Mucha Liga Tequila must be the best ever thanks to stylized luchador mask bottles. There are four to choose from: [click to continue…]
The Macallan distillery and watch maker Urwerk have spent the last two years designing and building a flask that’s worthy of holding the finest scotch on the planet. The result is The Flask 2—a vessel that boasts 156 parts, two titanium tanks with cask indicators, a stand and a $2500 price tag. [click to continue…]
Zima—the Crystal Pepsi of alcoholic beverages—is making a comeback. Because even things you tried and hated back in the ’90s are suddenly interesting thanks to our insatiable desire for nostalgia. [click to continue…]
Here’s a problem that I’m sure most of you encounter daily: when you’re drinking on the toilet, where do you put your beer or wine? The floor? Gross. The toilet tank? Nah, it’s awkward to turn around. The answer, my friends, is this very special toilet paper holder. [click to continue…]
With the Super Bowl fast approaching, Tostitos is taking social responsibility to a new level by introducing a chip bag that can detect whether someone’s been drinking and help hail them an Uber. [click to continue…]
Introducing Alchema, a $499 countertop fermentation device that allows you to turn your leftover fruit into alcoholic beverages like mead, cider and wine. Basically, it’s a more sophisticated and expensive alternative to putting fruit and crumbled bread in a plastic bag and letting it ferment behind the toilet. [click to continue…]
Keurig is looking to get in on the booze market by teaming up with Anheuser-Busch InBev to produce an “in-home alcohol drink system”. [click to continue…]
Jack in a (metal) box. This irritates me just looking at it. The way I see it, there are three ways to handle it and your choice says a lot about you. Would you view this as:
A. A challenge?
B. An amusing bit of decor for the office?
C. A minor irritation that could be remedied by smashing the bottle and filtering the glass?