Birchbox Man Short List: March 10

Need some talking points for your elevator rides and water cooler fill-ups? The weekly Birchbox Man Short List highlights our favorite conversation pieces from around the web. We do the browsing, you just show up and click. This week: the mustaches of "Grand Budapest Hotel," Japanese whiskey, the monocle fails to make a comeback for 112 years, and more.

A Look at the Many Mustaches of Grand Budapest Hotel via Esquire

Things we love: Wes Anderson films. Bill Murray. Ralph Fiennes. Mustaches. We're definitely seeing this movie.

Booze to Try: Japanese Whiskey via Grub Street

If you don't know your Chichibu blends from your Nikka single malts, Suntory's recent purchase of Jim Beam is as good a reason as any to brush up the awesome whiskies coming out of Japan.

The New York Times Really Wants the Monocle to Come Back via NY Mag

Try as the Grey Lady might, some trends will just never quite catch on.

How to Make a No. 1 App With $99 and Three Hours of Work via Wired

The app in discussion was a Drake-infused twist on Flappy Bird, which beat out many Miley-themed spins on the same game. The author even outlines how to legally source and make your own customized version of the game.

The Biggest Names are Often the Shortest in Stature via AnOther Magazine

We're letting some short guys round out the Short List. Martin Scorsese, Prince, and Danny DeVito are a few of AnOther Magazine's favorite fellas with more than enough personality to make up for their physical stature.

—Hilary Presley and Adam Hurly

Photo: Fox Searchlight

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