Curious Elixirs’ drinks are complex and nuanced takes on classic cocktails, without alcohol. This one—billed as something somewhere between a Negroni and an Old Fashioned—is herbaceous, bitter and boasts notes of pomegranate and orange peel. Plus, every bottle comes packed with an adaptogen blend designed to supply the body with antioxidants, increase and improve circulation and fight usual fatigue. In this lightly carbonated iteration, there’s both gentian root and golden root extract.
Sourced from Bee Local in Portland, Oregon, Alto Essentials‘ CBD-infused honey is dark, robust and incredibly high-end—and it contains the cannabinoid best known for soothing inflammation and stress. Use the honey as you normally would and reap the benefits of the 5mg serving of CBD.
Based on an official recipe from the Saison, Bière de Garde and Farmhouse Ale Appreciation Society, American Solera’s L’Internationale is a saison as it should be—crisp, peppery, light, refreshing and around 6% ABV. The Tulsa, Oklahoma brewery was one of 10 to brew the recipe and they’ve released it to widespread acclaim.
A collaboration between Four Pillars and Hernö culminates in a limited edition spirit: Dry Island Gin. Distilled with meadowsweet from Sweden and juniper, river mint and strawberry gum from Australia, the gin is deliciously bright, with notes of cut grass and pine forest. Clean and in the style of a London Dry, this gin is perfect for a martini.
Reiko Yamamoto’s handmade fruit bowl (measuring six by 15 inches) is a sturdy and versatile piece that doesn’t sacrifice style. Its shape and feel are pleasantly natural—with clean lines and a sleek silhouette. Because each one is individually handmade, they may differ slightly in shape and finish—custom glazing ranges from high-gloss to matte.
An X represents so much—a spot containing something valuable, a kiss, a crossing or the intersection of two things. NYC-based architectural firm Reddymade Design won this year’s annual Times Square Valentine’s Day Heart competition with their X-shaped sculptural pavilion, on view through 28 February. For anyone looking to bring it (or its message) home, weR2’s commemorative chocolate puzzle embodies the spirit—and tastes delectable. One part dark chocolate, one part milk chocolate, the pieces can be assembled, appreciated and then devoured.
Available in nine different colorways, this round-edged and stout teacup holds six liquid ounces of your favorite brew. The cup and saucer set is a reproduction of Russel Wright’s American Modern line, which launched in 1939 and featured plenty of curvy silhouettes. While all the colors are covetable, our pick is the turquoise—one of the original Wright hues.
Crafted from natural ingredients, Plant People’s Stay Sharp capsules are made for brain boosting—increasing memory, cognition and general awareness. With organic CBD, Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract and Bacopa Monnieri leaf extract, these supplements also include L-theanine, which helps to reduce anxiety. This means increased mental awareness won’t come with a side of jitters or stress. The ingredients are all organic and sustainably sourced, and, of course, these pills are non-psychoactive.
Sugarfina’s bite-sized gummies celebrate the Year of the Pig through their very sweet, strawberry flavor. This four-box set includes plenty of treats for gifting to others (and keeping for yourself). Each one is adorned with a red and gold ribbon—representing good fortune and joy.
One of the most beloved single malts, The Macallan Double Cask 12 Years Old, will come for a limited time in a double-bottle collectible Lunar New Year package that honors the Year of the Pig. It’s the second annual release in this series, with specific labels and packaging incorporating red and gold accents. The liquid is the one many already know and love, guided by notes of honey, caramel and oaky orange.
Building upon their luxe line of CBD-infused products, Lord Jones offers a special Valentine’s Day edition of their naturally flavored fruit gumdrops. This limited edition release features nine treats: eight Passion Fruit and one Red Raspberry. Each one contains 20mg CBD, which will promote a sense of calm but is non-psychoactive, of course. The limited edition box is only available until 14 February, or until supplies last.
Made by HAY and designed by George Sowden (a founding member of the Memphis Group), this sleek bottle is available in several colorways and two sizes. Its interior is coated with stainless steel—keeping beverages cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours. Ultimately functional, this design doesn’t eschew practicality for style.
Penned by René Redzepi, chef and co-owner of Noma, and David Zilber, head of the restaurant’s fermentation program, The Noma Guide to Fermentation is a book as beautiful as it is informative. Fermenting is a vital part of the culinary world and continues to grow because of its health benefits and complex flavors. Using more than 500 step-by-step recipes and illustrations, the pair give readers exclusive insight into Noma’s famed kitchen, their fermentation practices and the end products—and, with a bit of practice (plus access to great ingredients), anyone can follow along and ferment, too.
Made in Japan from heat-resistant silicone, this pig lid can be used on any kind of pot or plate—for stove-top or microwave cooking. Steam is released through its snout, which is ideal for more fragile ingredients as it eases the pressure within the container. It’s available in pink or white.
Divided into a set of eight notebooks, this collection of 100 “essential” cocktail recipes was devised by the editors at PUNCH. Each notebook focuses on one base ingredient–vodka, gin or tequila, for example–and helps readers builds out an expansive repertoire of drinks to have on hand for any occasion. In total, the collection is 384 pages worth of cocktail knowledge, recipes and tips.
With My Flavor’s clever skewer method (where the fruits and herbs stay afloat) makes infusing water neater and more effective. Not only to ingredients remain mostly intact and in place, but also the slight piercing from the skewer lets oils and flavors slowly seep out. Plus, when you’re ready to serve, the attachment can be easily removed. Made from borosilicate glass, silicone and stainless steel, all parts are dishwasher safe.