You’ve always observed your favorite bartenders with interest and reverence. They’re purposeful, efficient, poised. They make alchemy with alcohol, transforming a collection of ingredients into something spectacular. You’ve wondered if you could do the same.
Now’s your chance! Sure, you can order takeout cocktails from some restaurants in some states, but why not roll up your sleeves and craft your very own dream cocktail? Here are the tools you need to do it.
With so few ingredients, precision is key when putting together cocktails. The sturdy stainless steel design of this Professional Japanese Style Jigger ensures it will have your back through even the most frenetic constructing of cocktails and the measurement marks on the inside wall make it easy to get your drink exactly right.
What’s a cocktail without a burst of fresh citrus oil by way of a humble citrus peel? You’ll need a peeler handy, and this no-fuss Professional Citrus Peeler is sharp, straightforward, and easy to clean.
Every bartender needs a strainer. While fresh fruit and herbs can greatly benefit your cocktail, their detritus will not. Strain out any unnecessary bits with a Professional Fine Mesh Strainer, which can accommodate a whole cocktail in a single pour.
Every bartender needs a strainer. No, that’s not a typo—you’ll also want a Hawthorne strainer for pouring your freshly-shaken cocktails like Margaritas or daiquiris into a glass to be served. This Professional Hawthorne Strainer is classic and functional, with a tightly coiled spring and symmetrical sets of perforations to make split pours simpler.
For those who like their cocktails stirred, not shaken, a Professional Weighted Bar Spoon is in order. Designed for easy stirring, the 15.75-inch stem effortlessly leads the way in your Martini and Manhattan preparations.
It’s tricky to mix a cocktail without a vessel to mix it in. Our Extra Large Mixing Glass, which holds 800 mL, is classic, modern, and makes it easy to craft the cocktail of your dreams with its precision pour spout and sturdy base.