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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Syrups

Grenadine
Fruit syrups (pineapple, peach, apricot, strawberry and banana)
Orgeat
Sirop de gomme

Sparkling Beverages

Soda water
Tonic water
Lemonade
Cola
Ginger ale

Glassware

Martini glasses
High-ball glasses
Old-Fashioned glasses or tumblers
Wineglasses (all shapes)
Margarita glasses
Heavy-based Collins glasses
Heavy-based Rocks glasses
Hurricane glasses
Tulip-shaped champagne flutes
Shot glasses
Brandy/Cognac glasses
Beer mugs

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