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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Re-hash on the essentials in your Mini Bar

To construct the perfect home bar, what we all need is perfect blend of Scotch whisky like BlackDog a Scotch with a history of 130years and also the set of accessories.
The best and the most basic bar accessories contains all the things we need to get a mini bar up and running, these include
  • One pack of beverage napkins.  
  • One box cocktail straws. 
  • Twelve plastic liquor pours. 
  • A double jigger. 
  • A cocktail shaker with built-in strainer, 
  • One black bar mat.
  • One Stainless steel condiment tray. 
  • Ice scoops.
  • 12 margarita glasses
  • Zip zester 
  • Bottle openers 
  • Knuckle bottle opener. 
  • Flair bottles. 
  • Corkscrew 
  • Stainless steel shakers. 
  • Spill stop 
  • Toasting set 
  • Ice bucket
  • Drinking straws.
  • Bar spoon 
  • Knives and cutting board (Cutting Lime and Cherries) 
  • Muddler.
  • The bartender manual book. (I’m serious every bar must have this for Sure).
After the accessories, let us move on to liquor now. Considering it is your house and you will consume most of the liquor, so most of the times you should your personal favorites. And then worry about the rest!  I am a straight-up scotch man, but what if I have a friend who loves margarita, comes home on weekend? In order to avoid such situations always have the things to make the basics.
So, here are the few things you can store just in case there is some guest who doesn’t like drinking scotch.
  • Vodka A bar is incomplete if there is no vodka; this is a vital ingredient to make a screwdriver being almost tasteless it mixes with everything.
  • Tequila This is ultimate shooter, which requires unless you decide to do a Training wheels. Training wheel for a shot means some salt and lime wedges. 
  • Scotch: - Here is my favorite part, Just stuff your place allocated for scotch with Black Dog “One of the world’s finest Scotch Whisky”
  • The Mixers and Garnishes: - Even if we spend lots of money on liquors, we need to have perfect mixers to make a drink taste great.
  • Juice The basic one would need is juice, maybe Orange, Cranberry. If you are creative maybe some Pineapple, Mango or even tomato should do.
  • Soda: - If you prefer don’t prefer soft drinks then, Soda and Tonic water are a must for many classics.
  • Lime: - Lots of drinks should be served with a twist of Lime wedges on the rim of the glasses.
  • Kosher salt This is the coarse-grained salt that the rim of the glass is dipped into.
  • Sugar: - Even strong drinks sometimes need a small helping of it.

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