Posts Tagged: "Cocktail Shaker"

Summer Bar Essentials | Cocktails Edition

Each home bar should be stocked with items that meet all your cocktail needs. It’s not only liquor you need, but different shakers, recipe books, gadgets, and glasses. Bellow, you’ll find some suggestions on what should stock your bar with. Check them out: 1 – Cathys Concepts Mixology Set We’re starting off with a stainless steel Mixology Set from Cathys …

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Shaken Cocktail Set | By W&P Design


If you haven’t heard of W&P Design, they make all sorts of kits for food and booze lovers. We already covered some, like their brilliant hot sauce DIY kit and Carry On Cocktail Kit that is great for when you’re traveling. Now we have one more perfect for those of you who love experimenting with different recipes …

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Teals Prairie Cocktail Set


If you haven’t heard of Teals Prairie, then you’re in for a treat. This family-run business specializes in personalized gifts and their offer is truly remarkable. Today, we’ll introduce you to their Cocktail Set. This set is a perfect gift for a bartender, groomsman or a nice addition to your man cave. It’s made from quality materials like wood …

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Stanley Adventure Happy Hour Shaker


Stanley products are there to make our camping trips more enjoyable. And what sounds better than hanging out outdoors with a bunch of friends and drinking campfire cocktails? Stanley Adventure Happy Hour Shaker will make all that possible. It’s made from 18/8 stainless steel and is BPA-free. Also, a great thing about this material is that is …

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We have all been in those social situations where we have friends or family over for a few drinks, we have been selected to be the designated bartender and we have to prove our skills at being able to pour the perfect Martini or a cocktail of the guest’s choosing; alas, it gets botched as …

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Have you ever heard of the Mason Jar? This is one of the most iconic moulded glass jars ever produced. It was invented by Philadelphia-based tinsmith John Landis Mason in 1858. Some hundred and fifty odd years later, Josh and Eric, two guys from Virginia, now living in New York, decided to use the Mason …

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