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Underwood Wine In A Can

What started of by being a promotional product by Oregon-based winemakers Union Wine, the Underwood Wine in a Can will actually be making its way to shelves soon. The company decided to "beerify” wine and make it more accessible, easy to take to places other wines dare not travel, also making it more approachable and less pretenseless, with a "pinkies down" philosophy. Canning wine is also more eco-friendly and cost-efficient. All this of course without sacrificing the craft taste Union is known for.

On the back the can reads: "We believe what goes into the glass is more important than the type of glass it is being poured into.”




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DEPART

From book publishers MENDO comes a new stunning book that offers inspiration to anyone who loves traveling and photography. Depart aims to be the new photographer’s guide to travel and adventure, it contains more than 300 breathtaking photos from over 40 stunning destinations from around the world, spread over 250 pages. The book was curated by the Insta-famous Sizoo Brothers a trio of talented Dutch photographers (they´re also brothers) who chose the photographers ...
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FLOW HIVE

Flow Hive is another one of those products developed for those of us who feel the urge to reconnect to nature and its produce. It´s a bee hive with practical smart thinking within. The developers had bee comfort and honey quality in mind, this system enables you to extract the honey without having to dismantle the hive, it features a specially designed tool, that cuts the honeycomb cells, letting the honey flow from within on to the bottom, and then into the jar. Ho...
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CAFE RACERS

Cafe Racers: Speed, Style, and Ton-Up Culture, is a must have book for all lovers of custom bikes. The book is beautifully illustrated with a photographic chronology of some of the fastest, most stylish, and most customized bikes in motorcycling history, since the first Cafe Racers in England in the 1960s, all the way into modern times, with a recent comeback of the style in North America and Europe alike....
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