Bartending tools to try
Having the ultimate cocktail bar means endless possibilities for cocktail hour at home and is great to have when hosting. There are a couple of bartending tools that will spice up any bar cart or cocktail bar to be the ultimate home bartender.
If you’re a big fan of wine then you might know a little about the sulfite content in wine. Sulfites are added to wine to help preserve the wine but can cause a nasty hangover but Ullo offers a simple solution.
The Ullo Wine Purifier is a unique wine aerate that uses filters to remove sulfites from the wine while aerating the bottle into a decanter. There is a lot of wine aerates to choose from but this affordable option helps to prevent having hangovers from drinking red wine.
Eco-friendly bartending tools are easy to incorporate into your cocktails without any single-use waste with traditional plastic straws and stirring sticks. There are more sustainable options for straws and stirring sticks made of sustainable materials such as wood, bamboo, or paper that come in designs that make your cocktails look like they were made at a restaurant bar or cocktail lounge.
You might have seen DIY projects in creating a tapped keg and there is an easy kit to create a fruit keg from any fruit of your choice. This is a unique option for any cocktail bar that is easy to serve with guests using a hollowed-out watermelon or pumpkin.
For simple traditional sipping alcohols such as whisky or bourbon, you can try chilling stones instead of ice. Using chilling stones are reusable, easy to clean, and chill quickly in the fridge. Chilling stones will help to keep the drink cold without watering down the drink and won’t compromise the odor of the drink.
Funneling a beer while tailgating is fun but try imagining a classy version for champagne. The Champong is a glass champagne flute that has a small neck to act as a funnel. This is a unique option for drinking champagne and is fun for parties.