Whiskey Poster by Jon Contino

This gallery quality GiclĂ©e print by Jon Contino features lyrics from the halyard shanty ‘Whiskey Johnny’, it’s printed on natural 100% cotton rag archival paper using special archival inks. The poster is offered in 4 sizes ranging from small to large, with large being 20″ x 28″ in size – the only question now is…

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MuzzleShot Shot Glass

The MuzzleShot is a shot glass machined from a block of billet heat-treated aluminium, each ‘glass’ has a 1.5 ounce capacity and offers a zero-flavour-transfer anodised finish. If you’ve been looking around for the perfect Father’s Day gift and your Dad is a fan of whiskey, firearms and engineering, this may very well be the perfect thing for him.

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Bulleit Rye Whiskey

Bulleit Rye Whiskey is a relatively new offering from the bourbon distillers at Bulleit – unlike the corn-based nature of bourbon this rye is created from a 95% rye and 5% malted barley blend giving it a cherry, tobacco, spice nose and and a series of flavours like tobacco, vanilla, cherry and malt.

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George T. Stagg

George T. Stagg is a very limited-production bourbon created by the Buffalo Trace Distillery, it’s part of the distillery’s ‘Antique Collection’ series and is world-famous for its rather rocket-fuelly 70+% alcohol rating.

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Whisky Stones

I’ve been wanting to feature these Teroforma Whisky Stones for a long while, I decided to save them for just before Christmas because I think that many of you, like me, would find the idea of giving people a handful of rocks as a Christmas gift to be quite appealing.

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The Hell With Work Hip Flask

The team at Izola have a special knack for making stuff that I’d commit an armed felony to own. This “The Hell With Work” hip flask is a great example of their gear, it’s made from stainless steel, has a flat bottom and a screw-on cap to keep that sweet, sweet nectar safe.

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Cirrus Ice Ball Press Kit

Ice balls are a relatively new discovery of mine, I first encountered them when my brother, who was a bar manager at the time, pulled out a contraption and loaded a giant cube of ice into it. The device slowly melted the cube into a clear sphere of ice which was then dropped into my bourbon.

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