With every stoner's favorite unofficial holiday just a few days away, it's time to start hoarding some snacks, preparing your Netflix queue, and getting your hands on essential party supplies. But unfortunately for the majority of us who don't live in one of the more tolerant states, discretion is often of the essence — and there's no better way to have a discreet puff than with a vaporizer. With the DaVinci Ascent Vaporizer you can still consume your favorite botanicals and oils, all while keeping things inconspicuous. With its glass-on-glass construction, portable design, three-hour battery life, and handy carrying pouch, you're no longer bound to the couch. So get out and enjoy the world this Sunday, just don't forget to bring the eyedrops.
Typically when you think of hookahs, you think of the ornately decorated pieces sitting outside your neighborhood hookah bar. With a stunning body made from anodized aluminum, brass, completely clear glass, and 3D printed parts, the IOOI Hookah is about as far removed from that scene as you can get. Created by award-winning designer Christian Zanzotti, this sleek smoking device is manufactured exclusively in Germany using automotive-quality production methods, and takes four weeks to make — so be prepared to wait once you've placed your order.
It's hardly a secret that Jay Z is more than just a multi-platinum hip-hop icon — he's a business, man — and he's just added one more venture to his already-impressive portfolio. Comador Cigars ($350-$1,000), made in a partnership between Hove and Cohiba Red Dot, feature a signature blend of Carribean and Central American tobacco leaves that are aged for six months in a cedar room and wrapped in a Connecticut broadleaf binder. Currently available in three editions, you can have yours in either a mahogany humidor that houses 21 cigars, a smaller humidor meant for taking on the road, or a Robusto box (both come with seven).
Chances are, if you consider yourself a beer-lover, you've heard of Samuel Adams Utopias — if not, we'll give you a minute to catch up. This beer — meant to be served at room temperature and rated at about 28 percent alcohol by volume — is not for the faint of heart. And if you're lucky enough to get your hands on one of these coveted, limited bottles, there's no better complement to it than a Samuel Adams Utopias Cigar ($34). Seasoned in Utopias beer, these cigars draw rich nutty and fruit notes from the beer that combine nicely with the smooth, spicy taste of the tobacco. They're only available this November and December, so grab yours while they last.