♫ All I want for Christmas is *everything on this list* ♫
This week, we celebrate 100 episodes of Another Round with crunk sea turtles, Obamarotica, and a joint, because why not.
For when "neat" means something more than "cool." The products in this post were updated in December 2017.
Ice or nah?
They have no idea what they missed out on.
Boozy chocolate gets a yes from me.
*Drunk you* will thank ~sober you~ for bookmarking this.
Because adding cream, chocolate, butter, or caramel to your whisky or bourbon is the best way to fight off winter chills.
It's the water of life, so drink up!
Whiskey means "water of life," so drink the hell up.
Stick 'em up, drink 'em down!
That's right: There's a bourbon out there infused with peanut butter and jam. (h/t LaughingSquid)
Bourbon in all the things, especially the dessert things.
We're living in the future, people!
No spoilers. No single malt, either.
Who says the Halloween fun has to be over?
I'll bring the whiskey if you show me how to shake it.
Come meet your new best friends.
Because there's only so many times you can get them that same bottle of their favorite single malt.
Because you've got to cool down somehow!
What happens when we make the bar expert put us to a stress test?
New author and YouTube cutie Mamrie Hart stopped by to teach us how to make five delicious summer cocktails.
On a scale of 1 to "I'm never drinking again."
Small changes, big results.
I'm drinking of you.
The best way to cure a hangover is with carbs, butter, and a serious amount of booze.
This year I asked Santa to bring me a cake full of bourbon.
"I can feel it burning my stomach."
Whiskey is like water, in that my body is made up of 60% whiskey.
Come for the Kentucky Derby. Stay for all the other awesome stuff!
Whiskey: It does a body good.
Disclaimer: You might have to eat a lot of these to actually get drunk. Don't pretend you're not okay with that.
Forget the red or white selection at dinner: It's all about the brown now, baby.
Citigroup reiterated its belief in a U.S. "whiskey revolution" and "bourbon renaissance" today, even as Beam Inc. grapples with slower growth in Pinnacle vodka and the Skinnygirl brand.
Bring on the cold weather.
Need all of these things right now, please.
It's gonna be OK.
It always comes down to the "unknown substances." And a couple of cherries.
Getting drunk on pie this year, IDGAF.
From The Celebrity Cookbook, published in 1967.