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Bar Tool Set


Ebern Designs

An entry level, one-stop-shop to get your bar ready for mixing at an incredibly low price!

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Cocktail Shaker Set by


A more advanced, one-stop-shop to get your bar ready for mixing.  This set has a few great extra pieces, and a beautiful design.

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Boston Shaker

Big advocates of the Boston-shaker, we love this weighted, stainless steel cocktail machine.

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Mixing Glass

Some glasses were certainly made to be stirred.  While you can use a cocktail shaker to mix a drink in a pitch, this etched mixing glass is made to create martini's, manhattans and other classics.

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While using a shot glass can get the job done, a jigger is the tool of a pro.  This one is particularly useful behind the bar.  The narrow shape ensures a more accurate pour, while markings etched on the inside allow you to pour in increments of 1/2 oz, 3/4 oz, 1 oz, and 2 oz.

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Sure, I've been in situations where I've used the back of a wooden spoon to muddle fruit or mint.  But this just makes it much easier.  Plus, it's super easy to clean.

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Metal Straws

A metal straw and a cold drink just works.  Metal straws are shiny and sleek, giving a high-ball a little extra class.

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Hawthorne Strainer

A must have in the bar, use this to strain your drink into the glass.  It'll do just as well as a Martini shaker's strainer, but will be much easier to clean and there's no need to worry about the top getting stuck

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