Whiskey

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Fender Whiskey Barrel Amps

A bottle of whiskey was the post-show beverage of choice for so many legendary rock bands. Fender is bringing the two worlds together again with the release of their limited edition "80 Proof" Blues Junior amplifier. The cabinet for the amp is crafted from used whiskey barrels, and no two are alike. Packed inside the ... continue reading
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Diamond Whiskey Glasses SHOP

Pouring the good stuff into your standard tumbler isn’t doing it justice. How about a glass with as much personality as that fine bottle you only break out on special occasions? Something like these Diamond Whiskey Glasses. The diamond-shaped glasses comfortably hold your hooch on an angle and allow you to twirl ... continue reading
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Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply – A Smarter Pair of Shorts SPONSORED

At some point, guys adopted basketball shorts as appropriate summer attire because of comfort. It's time for a pair of shorts more presentable with the same relaxed feel; it's time for the Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply. Thanks to 4-way stretch material and a clever design, the Aviator Shorts will move with you effortlessly. Each pair wicks away moisture to keep you dry, features a urethane waistband that keep shirts tucked in, and is coated with a water-resistant polymer that causes water to bead upon contact. Finally a pair of good-looking shorts that don't feel and act like cardboard. ... check it out
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With Whiskey Bullets, It’s Okay to Mix Ammo and Alcohol SHOP

On our list of bad combinations, whiskey and weapons is up there with toothpaste and orange juice. And while we’d normally never recommend mixing the two, we’re going to make an exception. These Whiskey Bullets are the most menacing way to chill a few fingers of the good stuff. The bullets sink to the bottom of your glass and slightly chill your drink without watering it down and costing you flavor. Each bullet is rounded off so you won’t chip or scratch your tumbler. The next time you’re concocting a devilish plan, make this the ammo to chill your hooch. ... check it out
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The Life of a Whiskey Barrel

In the dusty and dark Cooperage at Jameson's Midleton distillery, Ger Buckley tends to the casks that will shape the profile of so many classic Irish whiskies. And for all the distilling and blending that takes place on these grounds, it's in these barrels where that whiskey will spend the majority of its life. They're ... continue reading
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The World’s Best Whiskies 2015

Last year, the World Whiskies Awards selected a Tasmanian offering as the finest single malt in the world. It was a slap in the face to Scottish distillers known for cleaning up in such categories. If that was a slap, this, perhaps, is a haymaker. Here are some of the winners from the 2015 World Whiskies Awards, including ... continue reading
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Dish Whiskey SHOP

You should never complain that you have too much whiskey. Which is why, even though it isn’t for drinking, Dish Whiskey is the perfect soap to use when you’re scrubbing those pots and pans. It’s barrel-aged, charcoal-filtered, whiskey-inspired dish soap that won’t leave your plates smelling like fake lemon juice. Just try not to eat your tableware after washing. ... check it out
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Age Your Own Whiskey in 24 Hours

Bottom shelf booze is bottom shelf for a reason. Sure you save some cash by knocking a glass of it back, but you're missing out on all the wonderful flavors a whiskey or other libation could have. With Whiskey Elements, you can turn some of that affordable whiskey into something much finer in just 24 hours. Choose what element you want to add—vanilla, oakiness, maple, smoke, peat—and drop the corresponding Whiskey Element into your hooch. By having the liquid move through such narrow spaces, it infuses the flavor quickly and transforms your cheap whiskey into something more complex and tasty. The project is currently on Kickstarter, and you can pick up a set of two for just $12. ... check it out
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