Brought to us by the almighty Lunchbreath, Unsolicited Proposals for New and Wonderful Beverages is exactly what the title implies. With the current beverage market being such an easy target, most of these fictional beverages aren’t too far-fetched. I’d certainly dig me some Earl Grey Loko.
Have you ever wondered how to make a Salty Dog, or perhaps the perfect Gin Rickey? Neither have I. However, The Constitutions of Classic Cocktails is a pretty thorough guide that could come in handy should the need arise. Created by Pop Chart Lab, the insanely intricate infographic weaves you through the ingredients of almost any classic cocktail imaginable.
It even points you to the proper glass to serve your drink of choice. Because you wouldn’t want to serve a Monkey Gland in a highball — that would just be tacky.
Seen here, is a trick that will impress your friends, and help spill some perfectly good whisky. The Whisky Water Trick seems simple enough, but is actually quite sciency. I’m guessing it has something to do with liquid density — I have no idea, I failed high school science.
Few things go together better than good chocolate and red wine. ChocoVine realizes this, and tries to save you the burden of two separate products. Designed to be an indulgent alternative to Bailey’s Irish Cream, ChocoVine blends fine red wine and rich dark chocolate, with the finest Dutch cream.
And if you’re wondering how two great things coming together can be a bad thing — remember that peanut butter and jelly are available in the same package too.
We all love our oversized novelty items — big pencils, extreme gummy bears, etc. So why shouldn’t the ultimate symbol of alcoholism and duplicity get a comically-enlarged version of itself? The Sasquatch Extremely Large Flask is just what the name says, and at a 128 oz. capacity, is the official Big Gulp of flasks. Good luck drinking in church with that.