For $85k, you bring your love of whiskey into your home like never before. We’re not talking some uber-rare bottle from Ireland; we’re talking about Honey on the Rock, a tiny home built around a family’s heirloom whiskey still. At 22′ long, 8.5′ wide, and 13.5′ high, it’s not going to be confused for a mansion, but there is some lure to the tiny house movement, and this little guy makes a compelling case for paring down. A spiral staircase allows you to traverse the two floors, a vintage soaker tub is concealed under a table on the upper deck, and a king size bed offers a bit of luxury. Of course the most interesting element is the still itself, which is hidden inside a copper topped table with a 4K Dwarf wood stove on top. While you probably won’t want to go making your own small batch hooch just feet from your bed, the aesthetics are pretty sweet.