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Buying Guide: This cocktail kit will complete your home bar
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Buying Guide: This cocktail kit will complete your home bar

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If you’re looking for the perfect way to start and complete your home bar, this 23-piece cocktail tool kit from Barillio is everything you need for $80 . Start making the drinks you love ordering at bars from the comfort of your own home.

The Most Essential Tools

Barillio’s home bartender kit doesn’t contain any filler accessories that you won’t need but it does have everything you want to make your favorite drinks. Each kit comes with a 24-ounce rose gold cocktail shaker, mojito muddler, mixing spoon, jigger, Hawthorne strainer, corkscrew, three liquor pourers, 2 brushes, 6 caps, ice tongs, and 2 bottle stoppers. You’ll also get a pocket booklet filled with great recipes and a velvet travel pouch.

Organized Storage

In addition to containing all the tools you need to build a home bar, this kit comes with a sleek bamboo stand to keep all your tools organized. The partitions make it easy to see which tools are clean at a glance and gives you easy access while you’re mixing drinks for guests.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this home bartender kit giving it an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars with more than 600 reviews. Customers liked that the bamboo stand took up so little space on their home bars and kept everything organized. They also said the number of tools for the low price was a steal when compared to buying each tool separately.

Copper Rose Gold Barillio Bartender Cocktail Kit available from Amazon


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