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Whisky Blender

Unless you sip on single malts exclusively, odds are you've run into a blended whiskey somewhere along the way. Whisky Blender (£35 and up; roughly $55+) lets you create your own specialized blend from a selection of seven different whiskys, each available for adding in amounts as small as 10ml. Once you're done, you can give the blend its own name, which will be handwritten on the label that adorns the 70cl corked decanter bottle, and save the mixture for future refills should the mixture be to your liking. While the wisdom of order booze you've never tasted before is always questionable, there's no doubt that it'll be far more interesting than your average bottle of Old Crow. [Scouted by Andrew]

  • The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky

    Isn't it nice to know that on the day you become an octogenarian, you'll still be able to drink a scotch that's as old as you are? Distilled in 1883 and bottled in 1931, this incredibly rare bottle of The Glenlivet 80 Year Old Whisky (£15,000-£20,000; roughly $24,000-$32,000) was owned by Captain William Smith Grant — the great grandson of the distillery's founder, Colonel George Smith — and has been in the family ever since. Arriving in a fittingly modest bottle with matching label, it's just the thing to liven up the nursing home afterparty — or any party, for that matter.

  • Drinks By The Dram

    The trouble with buying high-end spirits is you rarely get a chance to sample them before you try. Master of Malt thought this was problematic as well, and created Drinks By The Dram (£2-£80; roughly $3-$130). These 3cl samples let you savor everything from somewhat common whiskeys, vodkas, and gins, all the way up to the £1530 a bottle Glenfarclas 1952 Family Cask. Just think of it as a pick-your-own spirit flight.