Homemade Mead Kit

It's been called a precursor to all fermented drinks, and there's a reason for that: it's easy to make. So easy, in fact, that you can do it at home. This Homemade Mead Kit ($60) includes everything you need to make your own honey wine, including a one-gallon fermentation jug with a metal lid, a temperature strip, a hydrometer, an airlock, a stopper, a siphoning tube, and enough yeast for five one-gallon batches. So everything but the honey, and the 4-6 weeks it takes to go from throwing stuff in a jug to tasty goodness.

  • Experimental Series Antique Cocktails

    Whether you're looking to add to your knowledge of classic cocktails or are simply too lazy to mix them up yourself, this line of Experimental Series Antique Cocktails (£40-£50; roughly $65-$80) should be on your booze shopping list. Each bottle of pre-mixed Negroni, Manhattan, Rob Roy, and Martinez is made using rare spirits bottled in the '60s, '70s, and '80s, giving them a slightly more complex and mellow flavor than anything you'll get at the local bar, and thanks to the Handmade Cocktail Company's experience, you can ensure they'll be mixed properly. Cheers.

  • 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.

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