Sure, Playboy served many of us as an introduction to the unclothed female form, but it was issues of Penthouse that turned much of the acne-ridden, adolescent male youth of America into men. The raunchy publication is now celebrating its 40th anniversary with a limited edition book collecting over four decades of the magazine's most famous photographs. And as you can see the presentation isn't exactly what you'd expect from a magazine that spends its time hiding in the back of the newstand rack at your local liquor store. Luxury book publisher, Assouline, helped craft a beautifully designed volume that looks more at home on a Le Corbusier coffee table than under a 13 year old's bed. Link: $500
Lagavulin marks their 200th Anniversary with a 25 year old limited edition
The brand pays special homage to its distillery managers.