Moving booze flavorings beyond stuff like Skittle-infused Zima and Zima-infused Tequiza, Baby Barrels are minuscule coopered containers whose interiors have been charred to allow you to add delicious woodsy notes to everything from Sazeracs to Sriracha, designed after a stint of bi-coastal boozing exposed their creator to large-scale cocktail "aging".
Once delivered, just load your barrel up with your favorite cocktail or sauce -- but not cocktail sauce, you goddamn shrimp-dipping maniac -- and let it just sit there aging; they recommend about four months to turn a harsh white whiskey into a tasty brown one, four-five weeks for pre-mixed cocktails (one of their faves: Scotch/orange bitters/vermouth), and even less time for stuff like BBQ sauce, vinegar, or bitters.
The reusable wooden wonders come in 1, 2, and 5L varieties (plus a portlier five-gallon one), and’re planked together out of sustainable American white oak before getting banded with black straps, fired to a #3 char, and fitted with a spigot, a bung, and a stand -- which you usually can't do for days after getting your bung fitted.
To ensure that gorilla knows not to smash them this time, BB'll let you mark these barrels as your own via customization options like silver banding, laser-engraved logos, and chalkboard fronts, so you can write down the name of your new masterpiece: Barrel-Aged Zima-Infused Tequiza. Salud!