2013 Holiday Gift Guide: Eating & Drinking
The world’s strongest beer, how to make homemade bacon, and a espresso maker that’ll impress women (and provide a much-need morning caffeine jolt)? Check.
By Justin Krajeski
Old Salt Merhcants Teas, Salts & Sugars ($10-$15)
Whether you’re in the market for teas, salts, or sugars, the Old Salt Merchants line includes ingredients from all the foreign lands you’ve been dreaming of (Cyprus, Sri Lanks, Australia, to make a few) to satisfy your inner sailor. The packaging also looks way cooler than the lame bags of sugar or plain salt shaker you’ve currently got on display.
Keurig Rivo ($230)
It’s classier to ask a woman in for an espresso, cappuccino, or latte than a plain old coffee. So while offering the potential for you to get more action, the Keurig Rivo also allows you to froth any type of fresh milk and sip drinks with more of a caffeine content on a daily basis. That’s what we call a win-win-win.