To make great drinks at home, you’ll need a few key pieces of cocktail equipment.
You don’t need to get everything at once, and we’ll even show you how to make use of items in your kitchen if you’re caught without a piece you need. With the right knowledge, you can make anything work. Here’s our guide to your essential cocktail tools.
Although you wouldn’t work a professional bar with a jam jar as a cocktail shaker, when it comes to choosing a mixing jug, the line is more blurred. Here’s our take on mixing vessel’s you might like to add to your cocktail making supplies, and some interesting ideas of what you might like to try beyond the usual. See Mixing Vessel’s
The simple liquid measuring device that’s essential for accurately following cocktail recipes. See Jiggers and how to use them
We say ‘Glassware’ and yet drinks are served in many different vessels, especially these days. What it’s made from, how thick it is, the shape and size, will all have an impact on the drink itself. So, making the best out of what you can get your hands on is vital, and we wholeheartedly encourage you to get creative!
This is a perfect example of how a cocktail can go from obscurity to a ‘must know’ recipe almost overnight, simply down to pop culture.
Kilinga Reposado is used for this darker, richer take on the classic margarita. Inspired by the notes of caramel, vanilla and light smoke of Kilinga’s
This Artist’s Special Breakfast is a twist on a fairly obscure classic Parisien whisky cocktail called the ‘Artist’s Special’. First recorded in print in Harry
For our Hibisco Disco Margarita, Kilinga Bacanora Silvestre is infused with Hibiscus tea, to add a dry fruitiness that perfectly complements the bright, green apple,
You could argue the Earl Grey Spritz is as much a Spritz, as it is a kinda Highball. This is a refreshing yet dry cocktail
Somewhere between a Shandy and a beer topped Whiskey Collins this is a highly refreshing cocktail that’s perfect for casual hangs with friends, outdoor cooking