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[GIFTED] Moscow Mule Recipe Print

Moscow Mules were particularly popular back in the 1950s, when everyone was having vodka with lunch and thought that red meat was healthy for you.  They went out of favor for awhile, but now that the Mad Men effect has reigned over all of us, we're seeing old fashioned cocktails (Manhattans, Negronis, and LOL, Old Fashioneds) make a come back, and Moscow Mules are one of the lucky ones revived from the dead.

Why?  Hipsters love kitsch, and what's kitschier than drinking something out of a tiny copper pot?  So, for your friend who lives in Brooklyn who has officially claimed Moscow Mules as "her drink," make it official by gifting her this Moscow Mule Recipe Print ($29, Scoutmob).  It's way cheaper than buying her the copper mugs.  

[GIFTED] Fish Flask 

If you know anything about fishing, it's actually less about the actual act of fishing and more about the ritual of it.  Guys love to fish because they get to get up early, head out to the lake with their buddies, and have an excuse to be out on the open water for hours and hours, just bullshitting and drinking beers.  If they catch a fish, great, but it's never really about that.  
And while you typically load up a cooler with a bunch of beers, there's always an occasion that warrants a shot or two of the brown stuff, and for those moments, you can help your guy be prepared by gifting him this very appropos Fish Flask ($30, Cool Material), which holds just enough booze for a round of shots with his fishing buddies. 


[GIFTED] Beast of Bourbon T-Shirt

As men coast into their 30s, they start to flirt with different hobbies.  They spent their 20s trying to keep their heads above water—in their careers, in their personal lives, and in their financial lives—but now that they're a little older and (hopefully) a little more settled, they have the time and money to start trying new things. 

The guy who used to guzzle cheap beer and the occasional shot of Jameson is now finding himself being open to a strong IPA or a good glass of craft whiskey or bourbon. And if you know a guy that's gone full-force into the world of whiskey, get him this Beast of Bourbon T-Shirt ($28, Buy Me Brunch) to help him announce to the world that he's got a new affliction to deal with.  How adult of him.

[GIFTED] Hot Sauce Tasting Kit

There are people who like hot sauce and there are people who LOVE hot sauce.  These people are influenced by the artisanal food movement—they're not the dudes chugging gallons of Frank's Red Hot (although, some of them USED to be those dudes), they're the ones who take their time perusing the condiments section of the grocery store, trying new bottles out each time.  The idea of eating food without hot sauce is blasphemy to them.

If you have a hot sauce devotee in your life this Hot Sauce Tasting Kit ($32, 33 Books) is the perfect gift. The pocket journal allows them to obsessively catalog their adventures in hot sauce, and the gift set comes with two new bottles of hot sauce for them to try.  Spicy!


[GIFTED] Morse Code Love Necklace

If you're the type of person that wants to express love but not in a showy way (or even in a verbal way), then this Morse Code Love Necklace ($40, Huckberry) is the perfect necklace to gift to a loved one. Why?  Because the different stones spell out "LOVE" in morse code, but only you and the recipient will know it.  It's a PRIVATE expression of love.  I'm your PRIVATE DANCER, Tina Turner.