Guide to Stocking Your Bar

No home bar is complete without liquors, spirits, beer and wine, but there's more to a well-stocked bar than alcohol. Get our full list of garnishes, mixers, tools and glassware.

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Alcohol

Gin
Vodka
Rum (light and dark)
Tequila
Whiskey (scotch and bourbon)
Beer
Wine (white, red and champagne)
Brandy and cognac

Fruit Juices and Coffee

Orange juice
Lemon juice
Lime juice
Pineapple juice
Grapefruit juice
Tomato juice
Peach nectar
Apricot nectar
Mango juice
Passion fruit juice
Cranberry juice
Cherry juice
Grape juice

For coffee, dark roast types work best as a mixer.

Garnishes

Salt
Sugar
Citrus fruits (lemons, limes, oranges)
Soft fruits (cherries, strawberries, apricots, peaches)
Chocolate
Nutmeg
Olives
Chiles
Cherry tomatoes
Mint
Cinnamon sticks

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