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The Macallan 60 Years Old in Lalique

It doesn't get much better than this. The Macallan 60 Years Old in Lalique ($20,000) is not only one of the oldest and rarest (and tastiest) single malt whiskies ever bottled by the distillery, it's also one of the best looking when it's sitting on your shelf. That's because it lives inside an elegant Lalique IV decanter that pays homage to the small stills in which the spirit is made. It's topped off with a crystal stopper with a copper cap made from an old Macallan still. All of it comes in a sleek, high-polish black lacquer box.

  • 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]

  • Pat's Backcountry Beverages

    Packing drinks deep into the wilderness isn't an option for most backpackers — the added weight far outweighs (get it?) the potential joy an ice-cold Coke could bring. Pat's Backcountry Beverages ($TBA) aim to fix this problem by using a unique, portable carbonator bottle and concentrated soda packs to mix your drinks on-the-spot, letting you enjoy colas, lemon-lime and ginger drinks, root beer, and even real beer (!) without needing to haul 6-, 12-, or even 30-packs deep into the brush.