Inspired by the small mouth Bell Mason jar, the Machine Era Tumbler is by no means cheap — but it's also likely the last cup you'll ever need. The 6.7 oz cup is machined from a solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum, with thick walls to hold in the cold, a hard, food-safe anodized coating, and a handsome, hand-sewn leather sleeve that insulates even more while offering an added bit of grip.
At once a functional piece of bar equipment, centerpiece, and conversation starter, the Riedel Boa Decanter has a unique shape that opens up your wine in just moments. Made in recognition of the Chinese Year of the Snake, this decanter sports a serpentine shape made up of tightly coiled mouth-blown lead crystal. With a capacity of up to 69 ounces, measuring nearly 30 inches high, and weighing in at a hefty nine pounds, this decanter will look right at home on your bar, counter, or buffet table, perfect for enjoying a glass or two of wine with friends.
If you assumed that a stout glass made in collaboration with two of the finer breweries around (Left Hand Brewing Company and Rogue Ales) would be nothing short of perfection, then you thought right. The Spiegelau Stout Glass is exactly what you'd look for in a glass made to enjoy the roasted malts, coffee, and chocolate aromas so-often found in a stout. The results of rigorous testing with the best stouts available from both collaborators, the dimensions of this glass have been perfectly honed to enjoy the key characteristics of those beers — from the slender base to its tulip-shaped mouth.