Whiskey Elements by Time & Oak

Oct 9, 2014

Category: Food, Vices

Even the finest of top-shelf whiskeys lack one thing: customization. Sure, the barrel that booze came from may be older than Betty White, but it’s still someone else’s product. But with Whiskey Elements, you can customize the flavor of your favorite whiskey and improve its quality in just 24 hours.

Using the simple logic that it’s the wood that brings the true flavor to a whiskey, the developers have come up with these specially flavored sticks that you drop into your bottle. What happens next is “accelerated transpiration through capillary action,” and while explaining that is way beyond our pay grade, we do know it’s a good thing for your taste buds. Add one Element to a fifth of whiskey, or two Elements to a half gallon and you’re ready to live large. You can score a pair of them for $12, and they come in vanilla, oakiness, maple, smoke, and peat. [Purchase]

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