Food & Drink

  • ‘The Many Varieties of Whiskey’ From Pop Chart Labs

    ‘The Many Varieties of Whiskey’ From Pop Chart Labs

    Whiskey: It’s complicated. Sometimes it’s even spelled “whisky,” depending on where it was made and what exactly it is the speller wants to convey—or something. Look, I’m not an expert, which is why I’m currently in awe at the latest Pop Chart Labs masterpiece entitled The Many Varieties of Whiskey. Every major type of whiskey, […]

  • Louis Vuitton Portable Whisky Bar

    Louis Vuitton Portable Whisky Bar

    The phrase “portable whiskey” tends to conjure up an image of a guy with a hip flask and perhaps a mischievous twinkle in his eye, but there’s actually a more luxe way to carry your whiskey around with you, provided you can afford it.  That was is with a Louis Vuitton Portable Whisky Bar, an “extremely […]

  • Lolo Lids Disguise Beer as Coffee

    Lolo Lids Disguise Beer as Coffee

    For some silly reason, drinking beer in public can be considered unacceptable while drinking coffee in public is just fine. You can turn this obvious societal hypocrisy on its ear with Lolo Lids, which allow you to elaborately disguise beer as coffee, while keeping it cold at the same time. To use Lolo Lids, you […]

  • Nitro Brew Coffee Coming to Your Local Starbucks

    Nitro Brew Coffee Coming to Your Local Starbucks

    You’re probably going to be hearing a lot about Nitro Brew coffee in the coming months, since it’s the latest trend in cold brew coffee and is on its way to being a part of the menu at Starbucks. Basically, coffee brewed by this method is infused and chilled with nitrogen, which reportedly has a […]

  • ‘The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book’

    ‘The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book’

    You’ve probably heard of Manhattan‘s Peacock Alley, even if you know it as “the Waldorf Astoria bar” rather than its proper name. Peacock Alley’s manager Frank Caiafa has written a new book all about the bar, and this popular conception of the bar’s name is reflected in its title: The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book. The […]

  • Star Spangled Spatula: For Patriotic Grilling

    Star Spangled Spatula: For Patriotic Grilling

    Grilling is already one of the most American pursuits that exist, at least according to patriotic grillers. And no patriotic griller with his or her ground chuck should be with out the Star Spangled Spatula, a grill spatula crafted in the shame of the iconic stars and stripes. The Star Spangled Spatula looks like a […]

  • Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Chop Cutting Boards Hold Your Cutlery Too

    Unless you’re in the habit of throwing your kitchen knives into your cutting board—pirate-ship style, so the blades embed in the surface of the board—you probably have a separate place for your knives. But why? With Chop Cutting Boards, you can always keep your cutlery right at hand where you do your cutting. Chop Cutting […]

  • Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    Gyeondyo-bar: Korean Ice Cream Bar Fights Hangover Symptoms

    In the western world, hangover cures tend to carry a subliminal undercurrent of penitence, as if to repent for your bad behavior you have to subject yourself to something horrible like an egg-and-Tabasco smoothie in order to avoid the even worse punishment of a hangover. But in South Korea they have a different approach, as […]

  • Wayv Adventurer Handheld Microwave (Video)

    Wayv Adventurer Handheld Microwave (Video)

    As impossible as it may seem, the people at Wayv Tech have introduced a handheld microwave, which the company says serves as “the world’s first Portable solid-state RF food heater ‘microwave.’” It’s called the Wayv Adventurer (not to be confused with the Wavy Adventurer, which I think is a kind of clown). The Wayv Adventurer, […]