Our Barware collection brings together a concise range of essential kit that perfectly combines stunning appearance, practical craftsmanship and competitive pricing. Crafted with the discerning Mixologist in mind, we have introduced a range of Shakers, Mixing Spoons, Jiggers, Muddlers and Strainers.
Barware refers to the tools and equipment used to mix, serve, and consume alcoholic beverages, especially in a bar or home bar setting. Having the right barware can enhance the experience of making and enjoying drinks. Here's a breakdown of common barware items:
Check out the impressive range of bar glasses that we regularly stock and supply.
Cocktail Glass (Martini Glass)
A stemmed glass with a wide, shallow bowl, perfect for drinks served without ice.
A tall glass used for mixed drinks with a high ratio of non-alcoholic mixer.
Lowball Glass (Old Fashioned or Rocks Glass)
A short, round glass used for spirits or cocktails with few mixers.
A small glass used to measure or serve spirits.
These come in various shapes and sizes, with specific designs for red, white, and sparkling wines.
Includes pint glasses, steins, mugs, and specialty glasses like snifters or tulip glasses for specific beer types.
A tall, narrow glass designed to hold sparkling wines and champagnes.
A short-stemmed glass with a wide bottom and narrow top, designed to concentrate the aroma of brandy or cognac.
Barware Mixing Tools
Our range of mixing tools allows you to let you craft the perfect drink every time, check them out below.
Used to mix and chill ingredients. Comes in various styles, including Boston and cobbler shakers.
A glass or metal container used with a bar spoon to stir drinks.
A long spoon used to stir and layer drinks.
A tool used to crush ingredients, like herbs or fruit, to release their flavours.
Serve up a drink with that perfect finish using your favourite mixologist tools.
A double-sided measuring tool is used to measure and pour spirits and other ingredients.
Used to separate solid ingredients from liquid when pouring a drink. Common types include the Hawthorne and Julep strainers.
Bar Blade/Bottle Opener
Used to open bottled beverages.
A tool for opening wine bottles.
Your bartender's best friend, check out this section of garnish tools on offer.
Used to create citrus twists or peels for garnish.
Fruit and Garnish Knife
A small knife used to cut fruits, herbs, and other garnishes.
Garnish Picks and Skewers
Used to hold olives, cherries, or other garnishes in drinks.
Other miscellaneous barware that you need in everyday operation.
Ice Bucket and Tongs: Used to hold and serve ice.
Pour Spouts: Attached to liquor bottles for controlled pouring.
Bar Mat: A mat placed on the bar surface to catch spills.
Misting Spray: Used to add a mist of vermouth or other
We have a healthy and wide selection of barware items, keep scrolling to find what you need.