So, you might have decided that you want to build your own home cocktail bar. This cocktail bar is not a small investment, so this information will assist you in making the most significant impact on your guests, and your new friends you are likely to make due to your investment.
Lets start with – liquor. The best suggestions I can give is to purchase quality liquors. I do not mean that you need to invest in top shelf, high quality liquor, but if you do, that is not an awful idea either. Good shelf liquor can give a good shelf impression. What you need to avoid, though, is purchasing bottom shelf or even substandard quality liquor. Not only are you affected in taste, the drinkers will have problems with indigestion or even other bad reactions to substandard quality alcohol.
With regards to the cocktails you serve, you might need the following: wine glasses; tumblers; highballs; beer mugs; martini glasses; margarita glasses. You should have a good amount of ice. Allow not just ice for serving, but for icing down drinks as well.
Home cocktail bars need a solid setup of liquor, and you will require a good collection which includes variety, not only quality. A bourbon, rum, gin, tequila, vodka, scotch, and also whiskey are the primary ingredients you will want to choose. If you are searching for a general guide for making cocktails, finding a good cocktail class is highly recommended. You can go online to locate the best one so your home cocktails bar will be perfect with your skill in making cocktail.
Now you will need mixers to make cocktails. Fruit drinks, sodas, mixers, and more are important. You will also need the best types of mixers, and you will find wide variety mixers available on the market and purchasing the best one is advisable. You will also need the other basics, like a wine opener and bottle opener. With all this, your cocktail bar must have the basics it needs.