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Yesterday, Keanna wrote about gifts for wine drinkers. Y’all know that I love me some wine, but I also love a well-made cocktail.
Today, I am going to focus on items that will be at home in any kitchen/bar. Also, all items (after the first) will take you to a Pinterest page with even more items.
Here, I will just focus on the essentials. Wellll, mainly essentials, and some stuff that I just couldn’t help myself from including.
No list of Gifts for Cocktail Enthusiasts would be complete without a plug for our partner, Drizly. I HATE the cold and try to automate as much in my life as possible. Luckily for me, I have Drizly. They deliver wine, beer, liquor, and more at no markups. Sounds too good to be true, right. Download the app and shop your local liquor store without ever leaving the couch. Order Drizly today and save $5 with DRIZLYFIVE.
The Ultimate Cocktail Bar Tool – Like a swiss army knife for mixologists. I keep one of these in my bookbag. As my brother says “if you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready.”
Williams-Sonoma Open Kitchen Citrus Reamer – Stop using bottled lemon juice for cocktails. Just stop it! I mean lemons are affordable and with the right tools, you can get that sweet… well, acidic…. nectar out with ease.
The Vintage Vogue Linea Coasters (Set of 4) – You need coasters. I need coasters. Everyone needs coasters. Most people have, them, but they aren’t cute. Let’s all upgrade our basic items for something beautiful.
“The Essential Bar Book” – Wanna know how to make more than a rum and coke? This is one of my favorite cocktail guides.
Cocktail Ice Mold Set – I worked at a bar to help pay my way through college. Mine was a pretty standard hotel bar, but I made some friends who were damn near mixologist. They taught me about using different ices for different drinks. Now, I have been converted. I need to get a set like this so that I can really step my drinks game up.
Himalayan Salt Tequila Glasses – I do not like taking shots. At all. And tequila yields poor life choices for me. Yet, I love salt. I might be convinced to give these a try.
Threshold Copper Moscow Mule Mug – Keanna has rubbed off on me in a good way when it comes to design. One of her design motifs that I adopted is metallic accents. Especially copper. These are technically for one particular drink, but who cares. This is about to be my goto cup for most mixed drinks.
Martha Stewart Collection – I mentioned that I love copper accents, right? The Martha Stewart collection came through for this Gift Guide for Cocktail Enthusiasts, right?
The Next Level
Threshold Bar Marquee Light – I live in NYC, so my apartment is way too small and the rent is way too high. I really wish that I had a space where I could have a sign like this.
House of Waterford Lismore Diamond 12″ Bowl Vodka Chill Set – This is One THOUSAND Dollars. I guess if you got it like that, this would be a nice addition to your lair.
Bamboo Wine Table – I have become obsessed with this mini table. I love picnics and need this in my life ASAP.
Double Mason Jar Chalk Note Drink Dispenser – Pre-made cocktails make your life so much easier as a party host. Someone wants something other than the two chosen cocktails for the evening? Too bad! Found these at Pier 1. Who knew they had so many good sales. Including, All Reg. Priced Barware & Bar Accessories 20% off, valid 11/27 – 12/31
Think that I missed anything? Tried any of these? Please let me know in the comments. Also, please tag your pictures of you making your favorite cocktail or using your favorite bar tool with #PrettySimpleTreats on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, even Google+ and we will feature you on our social media feeds.
Keepin’ it Pretty & Simple,
P.S. – If you are looking for more inspiration, check out our other 2016 Gift Guides: