After two centuries of distillation, Laphroaig continues to churn out some of the best scotch on store shelves. And to help celebrate their 200th anniversary, they've released Laphroaig Lore Scotch Whiskey. Lore is distinctly Laphroaig, with plenty of smoke, peat, and seaside minerality. The whiskey was drawn from a selection of ex-bourbon barrels, first-fill sherry butts, and smaller quarter casks. A fitting tribute from one of the standard bearer's in the whiskey world.
The craft beer movement has reached the point where nearly every imaginable flavor and style of beer is accessible to pretty much everyone. But sometimes you don't need a grapefruit saison to quench your thirst — you just want a beer. That's exactly what House Beer provides. This premium lager is brewed with noble hops and crystal malts, making it flavorful, smooth, and at 4.8% ABV, perfect for session drinking on a lazy summer day. Available in 12 oz. cans or bottles or in 16 oz. tallboys.
Already one of the leaders in the Imperial Stout game, The Bruery are back with yet another big beer that also happens to be for a good cause. The Bruery Share This Coffee Stout is the first in a series that will spotlight a worthy charity with each sale. This 11.9% ABV stout uses freshly-roasted coffee from the Phillippines and for every bottle produced, Free Wheelchair Mission in the Phillippines will receive one dollar. The cause makes it worthwhile by itself, but a coffee-infused imperial stout from The Bruery only makes it more enticing.
You can drink regular tequila to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, or you can drink the most luxurious tequila in the world. Clase Azul Ultra Anejo Tequila is aged for five years in previously used sherry wood casks and limited to only 100 bottles. And speaking of the bottle, it's hand painted with platinum and boasts a silver agave medallion with a label that is applied using 24-karat gold. One of the most sought after tequilas on the planet presented as a true work of art.