What to drink with your dessert? This port produced north of Portugal can be easily paired with desserts from a classic Linzer cookie to a decadent chocolate soufflé. If you’re down with the the taste of rich and fruity wine, plum and mocha, with a berry aroma then the Fonseca Bin 27 might just be what you’re looking for. Besides, they’ve been making port since 1822, it’s safe to say they’ve got it right by now.
The way we see it, a water filter is a simple concept: you put nasty water in, and tasty water comes out. So when they say that it works in 120 countries, we were a bit confused. But when you think of how nasty water gets in third world countries, it makes sense. ÖKO uses NASA derived filtration technology to provide different filters that are dependent on the country’s water. L.A. water might be gross, but Somalia’s has to be worse. Bottle starts at $22.95.
Doesn’t this just sum up everything that you are? The Got Beer Doormat tells everyone that comes to you door that you got beer. Might be the wrong message to be sending to your broke friends.
If there was ever a healthy Vodka, this would be pretty close, inspired by a recipe developed by Dmitri Mendeleev, the inventor of the periodic table. Encased in a box looking like the cover of Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch the Throne. Russian Standard Gold is lightly flavored with extracts from Siberian ginseng making it perfect for getting your health conscious friends drunk. This is not for mixing with Red Bull. Best consumed neat or on the rocks.
From now until February 14, Seattle Chocolates will be featuring a His and Hers Valentine treat. The “Red Hot” for him is dark chocolate with cinnamon oil and crushed cinnamon candy pieces. The “Pink Bubbly” for her is freeze dried raspberries in white chocolate with champagne. Prepare ahead because Valentine’s Day is a day that you want to go right, if you know what I mean.