Okay, we'll admit that it's pretty rare that we'll pop the cap off a beer we can't finish. In the rare occurance we decide to save some for later, this nifty little bottle opener will not only open the booze but reseal it again afterwards, so each and every bottle is good to the last drop. Order one from the very cool Kiosk shop.
Eating crow is never fun, but this drinking crow is a perfect boozing buddy. Sand-cast and glazed in the traditional Japanese style of Nambu Tekki, the iron figurine will easily pop the cap off of the beverage of your choice and look stately on the kitchen counter when not in use.
After attending two weddings in the span of a single week, we've got champagne on the brain, big time. Rather than risk drying out completely, we'll spend our Monday lovingly eying the unfussy shape of these Colombina flutes by Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, imagining jolly toasts, lots of hugs, and tiny bubbles tickling our nose.
It's tough to argue with this tumbler, which practically demands that you pour a splash of fresh OJ (or make it a screwdriver if the time is right), sit back, sip, and smile. It's from Fish's Eddy—a New York dishware shop we'd visit as often as possible if we lived anywhere near the east coast—which thankfully has an extensive online shop with such glassware gems as Brooklyn, Heroes of the Torah, Strip Tea, and Floral Juice. Great for gifts, collect 'em all, drink up, and enjoy!