13 ‘Things We Want’ This Week: Bourbon, Watches, Sneakers, Cologne, And More!
Alright, bros, it’s time again for the weekly ‘Things We Want’ feature. It’s a collection of the hottest gear I’ve come across this week. Ranging from items I desperately want in my life to things I’ll never be able to afford, I try and include a cross section of everything here in the ‘Things We Want‘ roundup. If you know of a product that you think should be featured in my weekly Gear Guide then feel free to hit me up via email at email@example.com.
Knob Creek 25th Anniversary Bourbon
I was fortunate enough to taste this exquisite bourbon last weekend, and I can say that the Knob Creek 25th Anniversary Bourbon is something special alright. It’s aged between 12-13 years. The cask strength varies by barrel but ranges between 120 to 125 proof, which puts it on the higher end of what you’ll find ou there. Tasting notes include deep/full vanilla and a surprisingly sweet and nutty flavor. The aroma has rich notes of oak, caramel, vanilla, and it’s got a little bit of smoke in there.
This spirit will be available nationwide this Summer in limited quantities, and it will retail for around $129.99/bottle. You can find more info on where to pick up a bottle of the Knob Creek 25th Anniversary Bourbon by following the link below and heading on over to Knob Creek’s website (assuming you’re 21+).
I didn’t grow up with crawfish and shrimp boils being a regular occurrence in my family. These glorious feasts are something I came to on my own, and over the past few years I’ve become a bit obsessed with these meals. Up until now, I’ve been using a massive steamer pot and cooking in shifts but I think I’m ready to make the plunge and scoop up one of these backyard steamers soon. ‘The Table Topper’ from Southern Steamers is a highly-rated one that I came across, but if any of you bros out there have suggestions on other models feel free to hit me up on Twitter at @casspa, drop a comment below, or email me at cassatbrobibledotcom.
I’m a big fan of OluKai sneakers and flip-flops. They’ve become my favorite shoes to wear on the boat because of the no-skid/no-stick shoe soles. The new Mānoa sneaker for OluKai is the perfect Summer shoe in every way, shape, and form so I thought I’d bring it to the attention of you all today.
Cotton canvas and classy leather accents make this casual oxford the right choice for laid back luxury. Light weight cotton canvas upper with rich leather accents and a soft canvas lining. Triple-layer anatomical EVA footbed with a moisture-wicking microfiber lining. Removable and washable footbed.
You can check out all of the shoes in the OluKai Nohea collection by following that link, and if you’re interested in picking up a pair of that Manoā’s today just follow the ‘buy now’ button below!
Bros, the future is now. You no longer need a ‘bug zapper’ in the Summer that’s impossible to clean, nor do you need harmful pesticides to keep the bugs away both inside and outside of your home. The DynaTrap is the future:
The DynaTrap® DT1050 Sonata operates economically and is easy to set-up. It traps insects without chemicals being added to the environment or the surrounding area.
Our award winning DynaTrap® technology uses a 3-way protection plan for insect extermination. A powerful UV emitting fluorescent bulb produces warm and bright light that attracts insects to the unit. The DynaTrap® also produces carbon dioxide, which is irresistible to mosquitoes. After Insects and mosquitoes are lured to the trap, the powerful fan draws them into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die.
I’m living down in Florida these days, and my house backs up to a lake. That means I basically live in one of the buggiest places in the United States in the Summer. I was skeptical that a bug trap would have any effect on the amount of bugs around my house but I was blown away by the DynaTrap after firing this up a week ago. I’m serious. If you want to get rid of mosquitoes or other bugs, and you don’t want it to be impossible to clean, you need need to pick up the DynaTrap.