Bar Tools, Glassware, Corkscrews (cont'd)

Oxo Measuring Shot Glass
The best cocktails are accurately measured and mixed and that means owning a quality measuring shot glass. Sadly, the numbers wash off many of the glass measures so the tried and true metal two sided jigger from reliable Oxo with measurement etched into the stainless steel and a non-slip grip is the best choice. read more
Pint beer glass
No bar would be complete without quality glassware including beer glasses, mugs, tankards, and steins. Here is as assortment of some of our favorite choices for your bar glassware collection including where to purchase them. read more
Book cover of DIY Cocktails
A quality cocktail recipe book is a must for any home bar and one of our favorites is "DIY Cocktails: A Simple Guide to Creating Your Own Signature Drinks" by Marcia Simmons and Jonas Halpren. DIY Cocktails is based on categories and ratios so we can understand the concepts of what the elements of a balanced mix. read more
Foil Mohel
Perfectly remove the foil from wine bottles with a foil cutter. Screwpull makes one of these handy tool to cut the foil off the bottle so you can clean the top nice and neat. read more
Bar Glasses
You've stocked your bar with all of the right liquors and bar tools but now you need the right glassware including two of the most important pieces of a collection -- Collins glasses and rocks glasses. Here is our favorite 16 piece collection. They're heavy and clunky, but hard to break, and I love the cool retro look. read more
Martini glasses
Elegant martini glasses add a touch of class to any cocktail party. Unlike most bar glassware, martini glasses have become an art form. Some are quite elegant, whimsical, even spectacular. I have about 20, no two alike, so people can sit them down and remember which is theirs. Here is my favorite among them all. read more
WINCO Stainless Steel Citrus Juicer
There are few things better than fresh citrus in your cocktail. This stainless steel juicer is an elegant and effective way of juicing citrus, thereby making it a valuable addition to your bar or kitchen. read more
Cocktail spoon
Long and slender with a spoon at one end and tines on the other, the bar spoon is a very handy multi-function tool for any home bar. Here is one of favorites which, as a bonus, comes with a muddler for muddling mint, fruit and so much more. read more


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