Booze-Infused Toothpicks? Sure, Why Not
We’re always telling you that women notice the details. We seldom tell you, however, that you should openly remove food from your teeth with a toothpick after you cook a woman dinner. But if you absolutely need to use a toothpick — or if you think you can pull off the Bradley-Cooper-at-Wimbledon look — these booze-infused Single Malt Nº16 ($10 @ Amazon.com) toothpicks are the way to go. Each stick is soaked in barrel-aged Islay single malt scotch and then kiln-dried to bake in the flavor. That said, the scotch taste is subtle, so don't expect to get buzzed if you use one (unless you're a total lightweight). Also: The Best Way To Smell Better Naturally Each box comes with 23 pocket-sized containers, and each of those contains about 12 toothpicks. The manufacturers claim they typically throw in more than a dozen for good measure, which is nice of them, considering you just spent $36 on toothpicks.