Love your teas? Brew them up right with the Breville Variable-Temperature Kettle ($150). This 1.8 liter kettle lets you heat water to specific temperatures, ensuring proper brewing, and it offers five built-in presets for exactly that, including ones for green, white, oolong, and black teas. A brushed stainless steel exterior seals the deal.
Few things go better with a great bottle of wine than an assortment of equally-tasty cheeses — which don't always cut so well with typical kitchen knifes. Enter the Albertini Cheese Knife Set ($70), a pack of three hand-honed, forged stainless steel knifes that are made specifically for creamy, soft, and hard cheeses, letting you cut portions that look as good as they taste.
Popping the cork on some bubbly is a great way to celebrate, but to do it in the most manly way possible, you'll need a tool like the Laguiole Champagne Sabre ($200). This stainless steel blade features a rosewood handle and is specially designed to help you shave off the top of the bottle, bringing the cork along with it and wasting only an ounce of "fine champagne." [Thanks, Colin]
Built for restaurants (and really large families), the Oranfresh Expressa ($1,000) is the smallest automatic citrus juicer available. The commercial-grade, Italy-made machine automatically cuts and squeezes 12 oranges per minute. It's easy to clean and maintain, and also works great with limes and lemons.
Scoop your Ben & Jerry's with ease using the Antifreeze Ice Cream Scoop ($17). Made from high grade aluminum since 1935, this double scoop features a non-toxic, self defrosting fluid in the handle, ensuring that the bottom of the pint will be just as easy to scoop as the top.