Increased demand for home delivered alcohol is a positive consequence of Corona self-isolation.
Consumers are increasingly enjoying cocktails at home.
“It is surmised…. consumers may be trying to replicate the experimentation of drinks in a bar within their homes” - Julie Ryan CEO Retail Drinks Australia The Shout 1742020
More and more consumers are sharing their cocktail making experiences with family and friends across all social channels, increasing awareness and demand.
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Not all jiggers are made equal when it comes to accuracy. Look more closely at that round jigger. If you fill it to the top for a full measure, you'll notice a bubble forms. This is called meniscus and that can lead to bars wasting liquor and losing profits...
Inherent design flaws have been passed down through generations of strainers, leading to problems that bartenders have just learned to live with. Average Hawthorne strainers rust and some are uncomfortable to hold, and that's before you get to the problems with straining – springs that are not wound well or tightly won't strain the liquid effectively, thereby ruining an otherwise well-made cocktail and creating waste. Which is why we designed the StrainRay...
There are so many muddler options out there, including plastic, steel and wooden variations, with and without teeth. You may prefer the feel of one material over another, but it's also important to think about longevity. So how do you choose a muddler?
The countdown to Christmas is well and truly on. But, while everyone else seems to be in a mad dash of planning and partying, the race to New Year can feel more like a marathon than a sprint if you're a bartender. But don't stress, we've gathered some top tips for surviving the silly season...