This pair of mustache cufflinks is intended for a french cuff shirt. Though they work well in pretty much any spare button hole. Still, please take care that the shirt has the right size holes so they don’t fall out. All of our cufflinks are stylistically similar enough that you can mix and match too!
The unlimited version of this link has not one but two mustaches.
A Lava Heat Italia Heater ($1,528) is not only a statement of style and elegance but is the virtue of functionality as well. Standing nearly eight feet tall, the impressive engineering and design is second only to the heat and ambient lighting provided by the unit. Radiating up to 41,000 BTU and showing off an adjustable, elegant flame in its weather-tight, . The tube is secured within the powder-coated steel safety grill to keep hands at bay. The Flame height and heat output are adjusted by the included remote control or from the easy-start manual push ignition and control panel. Lava Heat operates on a standard propane tank which stores in the base. “Flame Failure” protection means if the flame is blown out or extinguished, the gas supply is automatically disconnected.
The shower beer started during many of our college days, when there was no Shakoozie you had to balance your beer in a shower caddy stocked with your shampoo and soap hoping it did not fall over or water poured into you can. ShaKoozie ($9.99) is built on a simple principle—don’t let a little thing like showering get in the way of drinking beers. ShaKoozie lets you enjoy your favorite canned beverages in the shower
Crown Maple Syrup ($18-$52) is crafted exclusively from the sap produced by 25,000 majestic sugar and red maple trees on their 800-acre sustainably managed farm. These varieties produce the sweetest sap on the planet and, combined with the perfect climate of the Hudson River Valley, make it possible for them to produce their Light, Medium and Dark Amber Maple Syrup. With flavors from light brown butter, salted caramel, fresh toffee and brown sugar, Crown Maple Syrup‘s are crafted to produce unique taste profiles with every bite.
Is constant frowning ruining your life? Do you wake up feeling sad and wish that there was a quick way to turn that frown upside down? Now there is! Emergency Clown Nose.
No prescription needed, Emergency Clown Nose ($5) is just the thing for a quick laugh. Keep it with you wherever you go, laughter is the cure for what ails you and you wouldn’t want to be caught joke-less. Side effects include: Busting a gut, splitting a side, almost peeing yourself, lack oxygen from giggle-fits, tickling your funny bone and uncontrollable tears of joy! Don’t leave home without one!
A Sportsman Flyer Racer Model ($1,250) is a motorized bicycle. It can be pedaled like a bicycle, or once the engine is started it can be driven like a motorcycle. It is very similar in look and feel to motorcycles made just after the turn of the century. The Racer model is true to it’s namesake. This chassis comes properly set-up to carry the Morini S6S 9.4 hp engine. Rear hub is available to complete the drive train. Idler assembly located for motor side chain adjustment. If you like the quick throttle response and durability of a modern two stroke engine, this is the model for you. The Sportsman Racer comes with a certificate of authenticity, serial number and record of the original owners name and build date. Each bike is hand built will all options specific for each customer. Basic kits come with frame, fork and tank.
So you’re traveling across this great nation of ours but one thing is missing–your NPR! Now you can easily tune in to NPR programming wherever you are with this clever NPR Map ($7.00). If you know where you are, this map can tell you where to tune. Never travel alone again; bring the NPR network of over 600 local public radio stations along with you. Bonus point: they can all fit in the glove compartment!
Established in 2008, Koval is the first craft distillery within Chicago’s city limits since Prohibition. They source all of their grains, fruits, herbs, and flowers from the surrounding Midwest region, and they make all of their spirits in house, entirely from scratch – from mashing to distilling, bottling to boxing. They started with five single-grain white whiskeys: Rye, Oat, Wheat, Millet, and Spelt. In 2010, they debuted an aged whiskey, Lion’s Pride, aged in two distinct styles. No artificial coloring, no chill filtering – only the pure heart cut of the distillate with beautiful amber hues from nothing but the barrel and time. Koval Distillery ($24-$48) lineup also includes several brandies (apple, pear and Bierbrand) and six liqueurs: Chrysanthemum Honey, Coffee, Ginger, Jasmine, Orange Blossom, and Rose Hip.
Here is the absolute easiest way to fold a travel map: scrunch it up into a ball and stuff it in your pocket. Of course, with a regular paper map that only works a couple of times before it falls apart. That’s why these Crumpled City Maps ($20) are so handy. They’re printed on durable, flash-spun hi-density polyethylene fibrous material. It’s rip-resistant, waterproof, and thin enough that it crumples down into a ball that fits in your palm. Stuff it in your pocket, or use the included drawstring pouch, and you’re ready to get back on the road. Maps available for New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona and Tokyo. Made in Italy.
The first major reference work to investigate the history and vast scope of beer, The Oxford Companion to Beer ($38) features more than 1,100 A-Z entries written by 166 of the world’s most prominent beer experts. Attractively illustrated with over 140 images, the book covers everything from the agricultural makeup of various beers to the technical elements of the brewing process, local effects of brewing on regions around the world, and the social and political implications of sharing a beer. Cultural entries shed light on such topics as pub games, food pairings and the development of beer styles. Packed with information, this comprehensive resource also includes thorough appendices (covering beer festivals, beer magazines, and more), conversion tables, and an index. This book is the perfect shelf-mate to Oxford’s renowned Companion to Wine and an absolutely indispensable volume for everyone who loves beer.