This Absinthe Fountain ($400) is the closest you'll get to having a real European absinthe experience at home. Designed to let you serve the drink the way it was enjoyed by Van Gogh and Picasso, the fountain is handmade from mouth-blown glass and plated brass, holding the ice water that drips down from the four spigots, onto sugar cubes suspended over waiting glasses, creating the perfect milky, iridescent quality the drink is known for. Enjoy.
Get the classic martini shape without the tall, unstable glass with the InsideOut Martini Glass Set ($55). In addition to the added stability of the two included glasses, the design is visually interesting, and provides function as well: it helps to keep your drink cooler for longer, and its shorter design makes for easier storage. Cheers.
It's hard to imagine trying to improve on the Filson Cruiser. After all, it's been a Filson fixture for over 100 years. But the Filson Long Cruiser Jacket is probably the best update we can think of for this iconic piece of outerwear. Made with the same 24-oz. Mackinaw Wool and pocket design as the original, it's been extended to three-quarter length for extra warmth and protection. This version also has flannel-lined handwarmers, horn buttons, and a vented lower back opening with snap. Upper lining has also been added to the Cruiser to ensure that this classic look keeps you safe from whatever winter throws your way.
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With a timeless design that remains as rugged as it is fashionable, the G. H. Bass & Co. Duclair Duck Boot makes for a versatile addition to your wardrobe. The rubber outsole is joined by another strip of rubber running around the bottom to help keep out water, snow, and muck, while the rest of the upper consists of durable genuine leather. It's finished with metal eyelets, leather laces, canvas lining, and a fleece sock for added warmth. Available in two colorways: dark Chestnut and lighter Cognac.
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As we've pretty much confirmed, Uncraters are a drinking bunch — so it only makes sense to mention The Wedge ($13). These rubber bottle-stacking props make sure that your stash of Grolsch doesn't end up rolling around your fridge, and lets you make better use of space by stacking bottles, instead of standing them upright. Beer, anyone?
Give yourself a true pub-style beer tap at home without sacrificing loads of room with the Asko HomePub ($TBA). It offers up a 218 liter fridge and 83 liter freezer with all the features you'd expect from a quality icebox, and at least one you wouldn't — an in-door 5L keg/CO2 cartridge and tap system, which lets you get fresh draught beer without dipping into the fridge. Plus, as if you needed an excuse to drink more, it also features a shelf dedicated to keeping your backup mini-keg cold. Cheers, indeed.