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A great beer is a beautiful thing. But a plain beer glass isn't doing your pour any favors. Enter the Teku beer glass.
The design is the result of an intensive collaboration between an Italian brewer and a sensory analysis expert. The carefully designed curves were engineered to create the be-all, end-all beer glass for any and every style, similar to the wine world's internationally standard ISO glass that sommeliers use in any evaluation. The resulting creation boosts every aspect of your beer. The angular shape creates a cannon of aroma and a just-right head, the stem keeps your palms from warming up the beer, and the slightly flared opening lets the flavors jump out as you take a sip.
They're dutifully made in Germany by Rastal, who have been making ultra high-end glassware for nearly a hundred years, and will make whatever you pour into it taste that much better.
Some board games cement themselves as childhood memories, regardless of whether we still play them. This is one of those games, born in 1988 and taking dinner parties by storm ever since. Designed for up to four players, this edition is vintage-inspired, designed to look like just another book on the shelf. It contains all the essentials of your favorite word game, including its iconic timer, category cards, 20-sided die, score pads, and more. The graphics and packaging are old school, making the game even more enjoyable.
Your home is being invaded by beech wood. A beech wood robot, to be more specific. This design-forward desk friend is made from wood and elastic and can be arranged in a variety of positions. It's inspired by Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles and even folds back into a perfect cube. It's an adorable, analog addition to your office space.
It's time to get things popping. This stainless steel stovetop popper is built to last and designed in the popcorn popping capital of America. The vintage-style kitchen tool is crafted with hand-installed die-cast metal gears that'll keep your popcorn from burning, steam vents to release moisture and keep popcorn crisp and fluffy, and a full instruction booklet, full of delicious recipes to spice up your popcorn. Microwave popcorn never saw it coming.
Was it Professor Plum in the study with the noose? Or Colonel Mustard in the kitchen with the lead pipe? Anyone could have done it, and that's sort of the point. This vintage game set includes the original 1949 card and board design, and comes in a beautiful box that resembles a classic novel, so it'll look right at home sitting up on your bookshelf.