Articles Tagged: Bar Tools

World’s Fastest Margarita Maker

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Seen at a recent family wedding. Whereabouts unknown. Uncle Don (not sure who’s side of the family) whipped this together to keep the crowd well quenched. That’s my kind of wedding!

Richard writes, “When you’ve got a small-block 400, a trailer, assorted parts and the ability to custom fabricate a 6-inch tall replica of a blender blade out of stainless steel, what do you do with your spare time? Make the world’s fastest margarita machine.”… Read more

The Baddest Bottle Openers

More lists. Here’s a collection of the most unusual bottle openers ever created from the folks at Double Viking (no idea why they are called Double Viking?). My favorite has to be the belt buckle “gitty gitty go” opener. The one picture here attaches to your fridge with a super strong magnet, so it stays put when you pop the top.

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Bar Tools – Jigger

An essential for every bartender, the jigger (or measure in Europe) will save the home bartender a ton of disproportioned cocktails. Counting pours is cool, but a good jigger is your key to making great cocktails without the bother of getting it wrong.

A typical jigger has two measures, 1 ounce and 1 1/2 ounce. Personally, I like the double cup versions, a 1 oz and 1 ½ oz side. Some have a handle. I … Read more

Lazydrinker Automatic Drink Mixer

Want a cocktail, but don’t feel like mixing drinks? Well, now you can have the aptly-named “Lazydrinker” do it for you. The Lazydrinker looks like a normal ice chest, but in reality it is a computer-controlled drink mixing wonder. Each unit, which retails for about $450, can hold 16 ingredients which are precisely mix according to the recipe. The computer’s recipe database has over 5,000 drinks, so you can try something different every day for … Read more

Preparing Drinks in a Blender

Mixing Drinks in an electric blender can be tricky. Not enough time and the cocktail is not mixed well, too much and it turns to slush. Here’s how we do it. Of course, you may need to adjust depending on your blender. Typically, you are goin gto use a bleder in drinks involving fruit, cream, eggs and that are frozen.First, add 1 scoop of ice (about 1 cup) to the blender. Next, add you ingredients … Read more

Suck & Blow

The perfect Valentine’s treat!

The Suck & Blow is a fun new way for people to share jello shots. Invented by Doug Hamer of South Carolina, the S&B, as it is known, is a jello shot encased in a six inch tube. What results is unabated, sexy fun. Two drinkers suck and blow to get the shot out of the tube. What a great ice breaker.

The folks at Suck & Blow sell DIY kits … Read more

Ultimate Home Bar Setup

What can be said about this package from kegworks. You won’t find this complete of a bar set anywhere else. Just add alcohol & ice and your open for business. This kit contains:

    6 – 1 oz. Shot Glasses
    24 – Palm Tree Stirrers
    24 – Pink Flamingo Stirrers
    Box of 1000 5″ Drink Stirrers/Straws
    Margarita Glass Rimmer
    12 – Black Bottle Pourers
    Jigger (1 oz. x 1 1/2 oz.)
    Stainless Steel Condiment Tray

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Ice Shot Glass Maker

Shot Glasses made of ice, not only are they disposable but they keep your shot icy cold. These silicon molds produce 4 shot glasses complete with accents of a real shot glass. Using fruit juice rather than water, adds a cool unique twist to any shot.

Cool Shooters Ice Shot Glass Mold
from Perpetual Kid

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James Bond Travel Martini Bar

Standard issue for spies everywhere, or at least it should be. This travel martini bar comes with everything a agent needs to mix a world-class martini anywhere, anytime.

Included in the brushed aluminum case are two 6 oz. martini glasses, a stainless steel shaker (bullet shaped, of course), olives and cocktial picks. The case also has a cut-out for a 750ml bottle (vodka or gin) and a smaller one for vermouth. All that is needed … Read more

Skeleton Hand Wine Glass

The perfect vessel for more than just blood, I mean wine. These ghoulish helping hands holds your Halloween potion perfectly. These glasses are wonderfully detailed and even come in their own coffin.

Get out your old potion pot and book of spells, and mix up a batch of Witches’ Brew, a mix of Champagne, Vodka, OJ, Sherbet. Adding a few cubes of dry ice will give it that ever so creepy fog effect. Served in … Read more

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