Their fridge is fully-stocked with the perfect combination of craft brews and classic beers. Their wine rack is loaded with reds, whites, and maybe even a bit of the bubbly. And don’t even get them started on what it takes to mix the perfect cocktail-the glass, the garnish, whether it’s shaken or stirred-they have all of the details down. That’s right, we’re talking about the Home Bartender. Chances are, you know one of these masterful mixologists, so we’ve gathered a collection of gifts that will surely make any adult beverage connoisseur raise their glass.

Some signature cocktails come perfectly poured in a low ball glass. Others are shaken and then splashed with pizzazz into something elegant with a long stem. Now your favorite cocktail artist can serve their favorite drink in a gold-plated metal pineapple. | Pineapple Tumbler

Sometimes a shot of Scotch isn’t an option. Let the whisky-lover in your life stick it to those times with these tasty toothpicks. | Scotch Infused Toothpicks Gift Set

Cocktail Recipe Glasses | UncommonGoods

Make the home bartender’s job a little easier with rocks glasses complete with rockin’ cocktail recipes. | Cocktail Recipe Glasses – Set of 4

The beer-lover on your list can collect caps from coast to coast and keep them on display as they sample brews from across the USA. | Beer Cap Map USA

The gin may not be included in this compact kit, but just add an airplane bottle and that complimentary club soda in-flight and the home bartender becomes a cabin cocktail master. | Gin and Tonic Carry-On Cocktail Kit

Wine Aging Tool | UncommonGoods

Their home bar might be stocked with a variety of vintages, but that doesn’t mean that they want to break out the good stuff for just any occasion. The Wine Aging Tool lets them turn newer, less expensive bottles into treats that taste special-occasion-worthy any time.

Just freeze these Cocktail Infused Ice Cubes and they become delicious drink-enhancing secret weapons.

Wine Pairing Towel Set | UncommonGoodsDrinks are your giftee’s specialty, but that doesn’t mean they don’t dabble in the kitchen (or with takeout). | Wine Pairing Towel Set or Beer and Food Pairing Guide Towel

Home Brew Journal | UncommonGoodsIf your favorite home bartender also tends to their own home brews, they’ll love tracking recipes with the Home Brew Journal.

Mini Flip Cup | UncommonGoods

Mini Flip Cup is packed with all the fun of the classic version without taking over all the table space, so it’s the perfect game for even the tiniest of home bars.

Cocktail Grow Kit | UncommonGoodsAny dedicated mixologist out there will tell you that the right ingredients can mean the difference between a run-of-the-mill mixed drink and a truly classy cocktail. The Cocktail Grow Kit gets them started growing their own thyme, lavender, thai basil, mint, lemon balm, and blue borage and comes with fun recipes.

This Cocktail Salt Set makes savoring savory sips even sweeter.

Alright, you can’t actually drink these Vineyard Candles, but the wine-lover in your life will enjoy drinking in the soothing aromas of Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc as the richly-scented soy wax in each reusable wine glass melts.

Wooden Martini Glasses | UncommonGoods

Whether they prefer their martini shaken or stirred, a set of Wooden Martini Glasses adds an extra splash of class to the cocktail that’s already synonymous with sophistication.

Their bar is already fully-loaded with many varieties of whiskey AND whisky, so this handmade wooden artwork will make a great visual aid when they get to spiritedly explaining the differences among spirits. | The Many Varieties of Whiskey Wood Engraving

Being a master mixologist has its downside. Sometimes there are just too many tasty drink options! This Drinking Decision Coin makes picking a poison easy, even for the indecisive.



If their fridge is fully-stocked, their wine rack is a work of art, and their selection of spirits is something special, they'll love these bar gifts.

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