If you’re a die-hard K5T fan (lol as if I have those), you may have noticed that I have shared a lot of photos about my bar cart. I’ve written other blog posts AND am constantly sharing photos of on Instagram. I can’t help it. It’s just a focal point of our living room and has been so much fun to style and restyle depending on the holiday or my mood.
The important things about bar carts are a) the cart itself and b) the range of things. There are so many different delicious cocktails out there that it truly is hard to have a solid mix of every liquor you’d need AND every additional ingredient it takes.
For me, the key is to have all the tools available for use AND to always have an array of different liquors. That way, if you want to make a specific cocktail you just have to run out for the ginger beer and lime (for any Mule you’d like) or orange juice and grenadine (for a tequila sunrise). I think the first step to constructing a bar cart starts there- with the household favorite drinks and construct a cart that reflects that.
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If you need a refresher check out this Pin, because it has 30 classic cocktails. It also may serve as a basis of the other liquors, mixers and garnishes you want to have on hand.
Below is a handy info-graphic I made for you to Pin and use to create your perfect bar cart and below that… well, more photos of our cute (Ikea!) bar cart, because I’m just obsessed.
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