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Monday
Mar052018

Road Soda Cocktail Kit 

If you're big into cocktails, you know it's difficult to get a good one when you don't have the mixology tools from your at-home bar cart on-hand.  Who brings a muddler to the beach, right?  That's where this Road Soda Cocktail Kit ($60, Huckberry) comes in.  It has everything you need to make a great cocktail on the go (a mini funnel, a collapsible jigger, a shaker, and more), all contained in one compact, portable container.        

Monday
Feb052018

MiniPresso

If you love espresso, you know how hard it is to find a good one — especially while traveling. Hotel and airport coffee tends to be abysmal and if you're somewhere without even subpar amenities (read: the great outdoors), it gets worse.  Good news, though! Your caffeine-related prayers have been answered ... by the MiniPresso ($50). 

Read the rest on The Kitchn

Monday
Jan292018

Rose All Day Carry On Cocktail Kit

Flying used to be a treat, but nowadays, it's something to be endured. Airlines are trying to cram as many people as they can into tiny planes, and something goes wrong so often that you are genuinely surprised when your flight actually takes off on time. Drink service is often limited, and forget about getting anything that even resembles something close to a meal. 

Help yourself actually enjoy flying again (that is, if you ever did in the first place) by bringing along this Rose All Day Carry On Cocktail Kit ($20, Huckberry). Just snag yourself a mini bottle of liquor and cup from the flight attendant and you've got everything else you need to make a high-quality cocktail—seriously, there are Sugarfina Rose Gummy Bears in the kit—while you're flying high in the sky. 

Friday
Jan262018

Bodum Chambord French Press 

Everyone has a different preference when it comes to how they want to get their morning coffee. Some want to down multiple cups from a huge pot before they walk out the door; others don't want to bother with it at all, preferring to pick up a fancy concoction every day at their local coffee shop on the way to the office.

If you're somewhere in the middle of those two things, we strongly recommend the French press.

The brew process is one of the easiest, least expensive ways to make great coffee. It's decidedly low-tech: All you need is some hot water, ground coffee, the device, and some arm muscles to press the coffee.

Want to give it a try? Check out the Bodum Chambord French Press ($37, Amazon). Read the rest on The Kitchn.

 

Wednesday
Jan172018

Chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicer 

Lemons and limes might conjure up thoughts of warm-weather fare (lime-spiked margaritas, jugs of fresh lemonade, and the like), so it might surprise you to find out that it's actually the cold months (November through March) when these tangy fruits really hit their stride.

That's why you should continue using them through winter, and if you do, this Chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicer will come in super handy. Read the rest on The Kitchn