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Sidekick Shot Glasses Give You Something to Chew on the Side

by Hazel Chua
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Who knew mixing up a bunch of cocktails could be so hard? The process to actually create some of today’s cocktails is even called “molecular mixology.” I used to think that this was an extremely fancy and complicated term for “mixing drinks,” but seeing some of the results of this process, I’d have to say the name fits the process just right.

SideKick Shot Glass

However, those who aren’t exceptionally skilled in concocting their own visually-appealing cocktails might want to look towards these Sidekick Shot Glasses for a little bit of extra help. All you have to do is put some food or food-safe condiment in the removable bottom section of the glass. Snap it on to the top section of the glass, and then pour in your poison of choice. Drink up, and then pop the booze-infused snack into your mouth for a mind-blowing treat at the end.

SideKick Shot Glass

If you want to give it a shot (pun intended), you can get the Sidekick Shot Glasses from ThinkGeek for $19.99.

[via 7gadgets]

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