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Experimental Series Antique Cocktails

Whether you're looking to add to your knowledge of classic cocktails or are simply too lazy to mix them up yourself, this line of Experimental Series Antique Cocktails (£40-£50; roughly $65-$80) should be on your booze shopping list. Each bottle of pre-mixed Negroni, Manhattan, Rob Roy, and Martinez is made using rare spirits bottled in the '60s, '70s, and '80s, giving them a slightly more complex and mellow flavor than anything you'll get at the local bar, and thanks to the Handmade Cocktail Company's experience, you can ensure they'll be mixed properly. Cheers.

  • Samuel Adams Octoberfest Milkshake

    We've had plenty of beer-based concoctions before, but a milkshake? The Samuel Adams Octoberfest Milkshake ($TBA) is here to make us believers. Available through November 11 at Red Robin, this unique drink is a blend of soft serve ice cream, Samuel Adams Octoberfest draft, vanilla, and caramel, and pairs well with the chain's warm pretzel bites and Pub Crawl Tavern Burger, which boasts beer cheese spread, beer mustard-onions, and bacon.

  • Ole Smoky Moonshine

    They've been making the stuff there for years, but Ole Smoky Moonshine ($40) is the first moonshine to emerge from Tennessee that's actually legal. Available in apple pie, peach, neutral, blackberry, and original flavors — or in a jar packed with cherries soaked in the 100 proof neutral stuff — it's the closest you can come to straight-from-the-still without incurring the wrath of the law — or risking your eyesight in the process. [via]