Manatee or Manatea? Why Not Both!

I’m not the biggest tea drink; coffee person personally, but if we do share one thing, it is a passion for paraphernalia for our beverages of choice.

manatea-tea-infuser-xl

Ahhh.  There’s nothing like a sea cow to make tea time a little more comforting!  Everybody’s favorite Floridian wants to brew you a nice cup of tea and share a slow, calm moment.  Our ManaTea Tea Infuser loves relaxing in your warm water while it brews your tea!  This gentle creature just wants to rest in your mug!…
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Home Mead, I Mean Made

I’m more cider and hard liquor sort of guy, but I advocate home, recreational brewing as a basic right so bottoms up mead fans. :-)

honey mead

Now you can use your own honey, or store-bought honey, to make mead, a unique low-alcohol honey wine and one the world’s oldest fermented beverages. The kit is created exclusively for us by Elizabeth Ryan, an award-winning cider maker who has made appearances at the James Beard House. Just follow the simple directions and in four to six weeks you can enjoy your first batch.…
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Raising the Bar With the Simple Red Cup

Ubiquitous attendee of almost every party I’ve been to since my teens, that did NOT require a tie, the Red Plastic Cup is iconic.  And now mixologists and alcohol aficionados can finally enjoy it and have the “proper” receptacle for their favorite drinks.

Red Plastic Cup

The cups are molded from ABS plastic, so they’re usable and dishwasher safe. They might not look very classy but they’re definitely the funnest cups you can have around. Cup prices range from $4 to $10.…
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Prohibition Still Kit Hides in Plain Sight

Not sure how “hidden” many of these pieces really are, but the final product sure is pretty.

Distilling alcohol without a license is illegal in most countries in the world. However, many countries allow for the non-commercial brewing of a limited quantity of beer, wine, and mead in a process commonly known as homebrewing. While homebrewing is a hobby for many people across the globe, it is primarily carried out by poor people in developing nations as a cheap alternative to buying commercial alcohol, not to mention it is often stronger.…
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Fondue for Two

Forget the huge, hard to clean pots, this pair of fondue cups make for an intimate cheese moment for you and your +1.

Easy fondue at home! Melt cheese or chocolate for dipping fruit, veggies, breads and more. Ceramic mugs feature bottom openings for tea lights (not included) to heat your favorite dip. Set of 2 mugs and 4 dipping forks. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Mugs measure 3″L x 5″W x 4 3/4″H. Forks are 4 5/8″L.…
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