This holiday season it’s time to raise a glass to the cocktail enthusiast in your life (or even yourself … it’s been a hard year …) and explore some of the fun and flash gifts that are out there on the market. Whether you are thinking of spending big or just a few dollars, you are bound to find something in this list of cocktail accessories that will be super helpful behind any bar.
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1 Barfly Ribbed Glass Bitters Bottle
With a nod to vintage ribbed glass but a totally modern flair, this 3oz bitters bottle is equally at home on a home bar cart as it is on the bar top. Designed with an easy to hold the shape that is perfectly balanced, this bottle provides an accurate dash when it is full or almost empty. The dasher top is made from stainless steel and cork.
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2. Alir Brass Cocktail Shaker
Sleek and almost bullet-like in shape, the Alir Brass Cocktail Shaker will add a definite sense of style to your home bar setup. Made from stainless steel and brass, it features a brushed finish that will suit any style of interior.
For more information, go to amara.com
3. Death & Co Welcome Home
If you can’t get enough of Death & Co Cocktail books then you’ll love their new edition entitled ‘Welcome Home’. The ultimate guide to choosing ingredients, developing your palate, mixing drinks, and levelling up your home cocktail game—with more than 600 recipes—from the bestselling team behind Death & Co: Modern Classic Cocktails and James Beard Book of the Year Cocktail Codex: Fundamentals, Formulas, Evolutions.
For more information, go to amazon.com
4. Art Deco Novelty Cocktail Stick Set
A charming novelty Art Deco 1930s cocktail stick set in the manner of a bird looking at a lineup of six berries on a branch leaf. Made in France. Deep red coloured phenolic bakelite berries with chromed metal prongs, all supported on a chrome plinth, with what is likely to be a robin bird standing to the side.
For more information, go to 1stdibs.com
5. Lucite Coasters
Sometimes all you need to do to lift your cocktail game is bring a little colour into the mix. And what better way to do that than with these four multi-colour lucite coasters that all come neatly packed in a clear lucite holder What else can we say … when it comes to bringing an iridescent note to your events, your decision is clear.
For more information, go to bloomingdales.com
6. Copper Fine Strainer
A snazzy strainer from Urban Bar, perfect for making sure ice doesn’t make its way from your shaker and into your drinks, or for keeping those citrus seeds out of your beverage when squeezing in the fresh juice.
For more information, go to masterofmalt.com
7. Blanton’s Gold
The world’s first single barrel bourbon was created in 1984 by Elmer T. Lee and named after former distillery president Colonel Albert B. Blanton. Today, Blanton’s Single Barrel has become one of the most revered and award-winning bourbons on the market. The Gold Edition was the second version created, after the Original 93 proof. This 103 proof Blanton’s Gold is very limited, but a favourite among discerning bourbon aficionados.
For more information, go to buffalotracedistillery.com
8. Vintage 1960s Cocktail Glasses
With a sleek aluminium base, these vintage 1960s cocktail/shot glass will take any drink you use them for back to age of Mad Men. Standing only 3″ (7.6cm) high, they can provide you with that nip of courage that you need before your next ad presentation, or client meeting.
For more information go to etsy.com
9. Martinis for Two Cocktail Case Gift Set
A top-shelf gift idea, this smartly designed cocktail case has everything you need to shake up martinis for two. Inspired by a vintage suitcase, it opens up to reveal two separate compartments: one for your spirits, and the other for glassware and mixology essentials. The case includes 2 x 7-ounce handblown martini glasses, stainless steel shaker, 1-and 2-ounce double-sided jigger, ice tongs, strainer, olive picks, vermouth mister and stirrer.
For more information, go to potterybarn.com