So you spent all kinds of time researching just the right bottle of sake to buy, and now you're serving it... out of what? The bottle it came in? A wine decanter? Try this Wappa Cedar Sake Bottle ($200) instead. Designed by Shunji Kurimori, it's crafted from straight grain Akita Cedar, giving it a classic look while imbuing it with properties that help hold your sake's temperature, whether it's hot or cold. Want to make it a set? Order up some cups while you're at it.
Take the bar with you with the Tumi Mixology Set ($3,995). This limited-edition pack was created in collaboration with Ketel One vodka, and includes a stylish, tall black rectangular case, a shaker, tools, martini glasses, and fold-out storage areas on either side, for vodka, we're assuming. Coming soon.
The first watchmaker to create a dive-certified regulator in 1999, Oris knows a thing or two about dive watches. That extensive knowledge is applied to the updated Aquis collection and the Regulateur Der Meistertaucher. Each timepiece has a 43.5mm case made of lightweight titanium, a matching titanium bracelet, red rubber diving strap, and a helium escape valve built into the case. It's water resistant up to 300 meters, and to ensure the safety of your next dive, the Der Meistertaucher features a bright red outline on the minute hand which calculates the remaining dive time and decompression stage.
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Built with top quality components and thoughtful construction, you can't go wrong with a made to measure gray or blue suit from Indochino's Premium Collection. All their suit jackets are half canvassed, with fully fused fronts, for greater versatility and excellent shape for your body. Each jacket also features fully canvassed lapels, bullhorn buttons, lightweight shoulder pads and high-quality collar felts. Just choose your fabric, customize your suit, and submit your measurements. The result is an investment-quality suit that's far more attainable than bespoke options and fits better than off-the-rack options. You can wear them year round, and you get the most bang for your buck as Black Friday sales are already running.
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Tired of drinking from pint glasses, flasks, or — god forbid — gold chalices? Try out the Das Horn ($35). Made from BPA-free ABS plastic with a stainless steel rim, this legendary drinking vessel holds up to 24 oz. of your favorite hooch and makes you look like a viking conqueror without all the "I'm drinking out of an elephant/mammoth tusk" guilt.
It can be hard to remember all the nuances of the beers we drink — which is why they make the Moleskine Beer Journal ($20). Featuring the same black cover the company is known for, this specialty book offers 240 pre-formatted pages in which you can record tasting notes, log your homebrewing efforts, save recipes, and jot down details of your favorite brew-slinging haunts. Five themed sections, five blank tabbed sections, and 202 adhesive labels help you keep track of everything, while the embossing on the cover lets you tell it apart from your other notebooks.