Fancy dropping a real James Bond move the next time you fly? Easy, just order the alcohol you fancy - we suggest gin or whiskey - and whip out this carry on cocktail kit from Food 52.
For $39 you get everything need to make either a Gin and Tonic or an Old Fashioned cocktail.
The kits comes with the option of two different nut mixes alongside a carry-on tin, recipe card, spoon, aromatic bitters a 1/2 ounce jigger, tonic syrup and a linen coaster - some ingredients change depending on which cocktail kit you choose.
If a really great drink is something you appreciate, then you’re surely going to enjoy one when cursing at 30,000 feet.
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