• The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve

    The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve

    No tipple quite implies class and good taste quite like a good ol’ single malt scotch whiskey, and The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve is one smooth spirit. The multi-award-winning whiskey has an enticing cask-derived hue, with a fruity, honeycomb bouquet that delivers a silky-soft on-the-palate citrus and vanilla finish. Bottoms up!

  • Heeet Vodka

    Heeet Vodka

    We’re always happy to test out the latest offerings from the wonderful world of booze–and we’re still basking in the warming glow of the appallingly (mis-)spelled Heeet Vodka. From MerryGO Spirits comes this hot cinnamon-infused tipple that’s just itching to add some spice to your summer. Six-times distilled and carbon-filtered, and it’s silky smooth, too.

  • Two Roots Cannabis Beer

    Two Roots Cannabis Beer

    Just when it seemed as though every imaginable craft beer flavor had been tried, these clever souls came up with the idea of infusing their booze with the happiest of herbs. But there’s another twist in the tale of Two Roots Cannabis Beer–it’s a non-alcoholic beverage that replicates the effects of drinking alcohol by using weed.

  • Aviation Gin

    Aviation Gin

    Ryan Reynolds reckons this is the world’s greatest gin, so if it’s good enough for Deadpool, it’s good enough for us. Aviation Gin genuinely is a cracker, produced from a craft distillery in Portland, Oregon, using a proprietary maceration process and a medley of premium botanicals sourced from across the planet including cardamom, French lavender, juniper and two types of orange peel. Batches are kept small–just 100 cases at a time.

  • Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash

    Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash

    Tasting every bit as delicious as the gorgeous bottle looks, Crown Royal 13-Year-Old Blenders’ Mash is a whisky crafted from a rare stock of Drizly’s Canadian whisky from a bourbon mash mill. The super smooth, layered finish comes courtesy of its aging in charred American white oak barrels, and you’ll be in good company as you sip on this spirit–it was first created as a gift for the British monarchy in 1939.

  • Two Brothers Pahoehoe Coconut Ale

    Two Brothers Pahoehoe Coconut Ale

    Just in time for summer, a touch of the tropical has been introduced by this awesome artisan beer company with the creation of Two Brothers Pahoehoe Coconut Ale. The 5.2% brew is dry and crisp with a refreshing hint of coconut and vanilla. Enjoy it with some pulled pork or buffalo wings and some friends in someone’s backyard.