For the Spirit Connoisseur
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Misc. Goods Co. Ivory Ceramic Flask ($92)
The 11-ounce Misc. Goods Co. Ivory Ceramic flask is slim enough to stow in your pocket, but its leather, brass, and cork closure begs to be shown off.
Everyday Co. Linen Napkins ($9 and up)
The understated Everyday Co. linen napkins are cut from scrap fabric, which means they’re just as eco-friendly as they are exquisitely sewn. Their sturdy weave stands up to everyday use.
Stranahan Diamond Peak Whiskey ($75)
Stranahan’s Diamond Peak whiskey has notes of cayenne and Mexican hot chocolate with a creamy finish. It’s damn near irresistible.
Sertodo Copper Sharpshooter Shot Glasses ($13 each)
Sertodo Copper Sharpshooter shot glasses are classier than their glass cousins.
Orca Stainless Steel Chasertini ($25)
The fun Orca Stainless Steel Chasertini keeps an eight-ounce cocktail frosty long into the night, and the clear lid prevents spills.
Dripping Springs Vodka ($20)
Meet the perfect ingredient for a dry martini. Dripping Springs vodka has a brisk taste and a sweet finish that lend it a refreshing chill.
Gran Patrón Piedra Tequila ($361)
Patrón mixes ancient techniques (crushing agave with a giant stone wheel) with standard modern practices (aging the booze for a minimum of four years in oak) to make its Gran Patrón Piedra tequila. The result: a liquor with a finish smooth enough to rival the best bourbons.
Picnic Time Bar Backpack ($223)
The muddler, shaker, strainer, and other tools included in the elegant waxed-canvas Picnic Time Bar backpack mean your favorite mixologist has everything they need to craft the perfect cocktail on the go.