This beautiful hand-blown decanter by artisan Anna Karlin is just the thing your tabletop and bar are missing. The subtle yet elegant design is timeless and the heavy brass stopper adds a bit of holiday pizzazz.
Keeping a classic bourbon and some Ango bitters on hand during the holidays means you can make any visitors who drop by a great Old-Fashioned. Our pick for stocking your bar is Garrison Brothers, an oaky, toffee-scented Texas Straight Bourbon made with organic, hyperlocal ingredients.
Made in collaboration with bartender and founder of Crafthouse Cocktails, Charles Joly, and tableware solutions company Fortessa, this bar tool set will have you ready to peel, chop, and zest at your next holiday gathering. The set includes a stainless steel and walnut bar knife, peeler, channel knife, and bar board.
Project 62, Target’s exclusive modern housewares line, has created the ideal set for pouring, opening, straining, and measuring cocktails. Not only is the pink stainless steel delightful, but also it comes with a beautiful stand to easily display all of your new mixology tools. The set includes a cocktail strainer, double jigger, ice scoop, and bottle opener.
There is something so wonderfully sophisticated about enjoying a cocktail in a festive glass, and this coupe surely fits the bill. Hand painted in the Czech Republic, the vessel’s pink crystalline rim is coated with 24k gold.
Straws are a bar must-have for holiday parties, especially for the ladies who are decked out with a statement red lip. Ditch the paper and plastic, and instead opt for these stainless steel straws from W & P Design, available in a gold or copper finish.
A contemporary twist on a classic cocktail glass, this stainless steel number will glitz up your bar for the holidays. Available in four finishes—copper, gold, stainless steel and graphite—they can be mixed and matched for the full effect.
This set of four simple leather coasters will complement any aesthetic and any cocktail, making it a no-brainer addition to your bar this holiday season. Add a monogram to create a personal touch that will make your guests feel right at home.
As both a host and a guest, one of the most frustrating things that can happen at a cocktail party is losing your glass. Avoid this fate at your next holiday gathering by tying miniature colored ornaments around the stems of each glass.