I’m loving this design for 2009 R. Müller Riesling by Octavin. Also known as “bunny wine” and produced from grapes grown in the Landwein Rhine region of Germany and is a sweet reisling.
Octavin have a 3L range of octagonal boxed wines for their Home Wine Bar range which can be opened and drunk over a period of 4 weeks without degradation of quality. Aimed at the hosting at home market, I think you’ll appreciate the thought that has gone into this design. One box equals 4 bottles and at $24US a box this bunny wine works out to around $0.75 a glass.
Boxed wine has quite a notorious reputation here in New Zealand as a cheap way to get drunk. The last time I bought boxed wine, a certain someone ended up drinking the wine straight from the tap…for breakfast…washed down with sunscreen. I’m pretty sure that is not a serving suggestion.
“Ryan Gosling. David Beckham. George Clooney. What do these hunks all have in common?
They’d all look even better in this shirt.
There’s nothing more rugged and manly than a guy who loves rabbits, and now you can inform the general public by wearing this shirt. Wear it to support the bunny-loving men in your life, or to let people know how manly you feel when you cuddle your furry wingman.
As always, 50% of the proceeds from the sales of this shirt go directly to rabbit shelters in need!”
Cottontail Studios have this awesome shirt for sale for just $20. Get the man in your life one here.
US artist Jermaine Rogers has just released a new vinyl figure of a knife-weilding rabbit titled “Choices”.
“This 8 inch vinyl figure strikes an alert pose, wide-eyed and aware. Our little bunny must make an important choice…and he holds the instrument to carry out his decision. What bunny’s choice is and what the implications of his decision will be is for you to decide. ‘Choices’ (regular edition) figure is limited to 500 pieces worldwide.”
The Koala and I have quite a collection of rabbit shaped vinyl toys already, but I want this one so bad!
The nostalgia of the road-side inn with pub and rooms upstairs has come a long, long way.
The Wild Rabbit in Kingham, Oxfordshire, UK doesn’t conjure up tired, old rooms where pungent travellers rest their weary heads (after drinking and eating too much in the pub downstairs). Far from it.
Built in 1950, The Wild Rabbit was renovated last year to a high standard. With a very nice restaurant and traditional village pub attached, guest are welcome to stay in one of their 12 very comfortable rooms. Their rooms have sweet names such as the Hare, Otter and Mouse rooms.