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Bulleit Kentucky Coffee With Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup


A few simple, heartwarming ingredients make for the perfect coffee cocktail

A sweet, syrupy coffee cocktail is the perfect nightcap or midday pick-me-up. And this cold brew-based cocktail is super simple to make.

This recipe is courtesy of Bulleit and Revelator Coffee Company.

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 Ounces cold brew, preferably Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
  • 1 1/4 Ounce bourbon, preferably Bulleit Bourbon
  • Vanilla brown sugar syrup, to taste
  • Creamer, to taste

Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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Staff Picks: All the Stuff Our Editors Fell In Love With This Week

First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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First, a lesson in heroism. As in: this is what you get for trying to be a hero.

And now, on with our picks:

Mammut Wenaha Rain Jacket
One technical question of great concern to me is staying dry while hiking, and I wasn’t convinced a mid-market piece would do the job … while providing enough breathability and ventilation to keep me cool. After a weekend in the rain, I’m happy to say that this one did. It’s not fancy, but with a binary thing like this, it’s not necessary. Am I dry? Yeah. Am I sweating? No. That’s enough. &mdash Diane Vadino, San Francisco Editor

Little Book “The Easy” Blended Straight Whiskey
Eighth generation Beam family member Freddie Noe&rsquos contribution to the family business may be called Little Book, but its flavor profile &mdash and alcohol content &mdash is quite large. The inaugural release in a possible annual series, Little Book is a potent blend of four-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, six-year-old malt whiskey, six-year-old high-rye whiskey and 13-year-old corn whiskey. Far from silky but still fairly smooth, Little Book doesn&rsquot finish like a 128-proof whiskey. &mdash Evan Bleier, News Editor

Uuni Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven
Naturally, a tasty pizza needs great ingredients, but it also needs high heat. The Uuni Uuni 3 uses wood-pellets, which burn more efficiently than logs, allowing the oven to hit the 935 degree mark. You&rsquoll have a rustic pie in about a minute. And the pizza peel is included. &mdash Reuben Brody, Los Angeles Editor

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Lot 3556 Check Sack Coat
A faithful reproduction of a workwear staple from the early 20th century. The minor details &mdash check the blazer-style front hem &mdash go a long way in separating this layering piece from the pack. If anyone asks, tell ’em it was a true vintage find. None will be the wiser. &mdash Michael Nolledo, Deputy Editor

This Is Ground Mod Laptop 3
I’d sooner leave for the airport without pants on than I would without this number. (Which, yes, may have happened once … briefly.) It keeps all the essentials in check even when travels go full Gonzo. &mdash Shari Gab, New York Editor

Acid Wolf Mug
I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo from Portland, OR artist Winston the Whale forever &mdash dude might be the most sought after tattooist in America at this point, and it’s easy to see why. So until I luck up and manage to snag one of his diamond-rare appointment slots, I’ll have to content myself with this awesome coffee mug from the fine folks at Stumptown Roasters, featuring his badass drawing of a trippy acid wolf. Transcendental enlightenment free with every sip. &mdash Danny Agnew, Creative Director

Bulleit Kentucky Coffee with Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup
Speaking of coffee … it&rsquos National Coffee Day (every day is National Coffee Day, but whatever). Go get some free java. Then around, oh, noon, make this recipe &mdash you can get the beans here and the Bulleit here. &mdash Kirk Miller, Managing Editor/Nation Editor

Ingredients
2.5 oz. Revelator Coffee Petunias Blend Cold Brew
1.25 oz. Bulleit Bourbon
Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup*
Creamer (to taste)

Directions
Combine cold brew and Bulleit in a glass. Add the sugar syrup and creamer to taste.

*Vanilla Brown Sugar Syrup: 1 cup water, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 vanilla bean split in half. Dissolve sugar in boiling water, add bean and simmer for five minutes. Cool and store in fridge.

Finally, here’s a track we’ve all been talking about this week … oh, hey there, Michael Cera:

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