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Stocking Your Bar


Stocking your Bar

 

A fully stocked bar is a beautiful thing. Itís an ongoing process requiring the addition of certain liquors etc. at a time when there becomes a demand for them.

There is no right or wrong way to stock your bar, just whatever you need to create the kind of place you want. Most of the ingredients below are considered essential bar-stock, and should act only as a foundation to a well stocked bar.

 

Liquors

Gin
Vodka
Rum (light/dark)
Whiskey
- Bourbon
- Scotch
- Rye/Canadian
- Irish Cream
Wine
- White (dry)
- Red (dry)
- Champagne
- Vermouth (dry/sweet)
Tequila
Brandy/Cognac
Beer

 

 

Liqueurs ( Tastes likeÖ )

Amaretto (almond)
Blue Curacao (orange)
Chambord (raspberry)
Cointreau (orange)
Creme de Banana (banana)
Creme de Cacao (chocolate)
Creme de Menthe (mint)
Frangelico (hazelnut)
Galliano (herb)
Godiva (chocolate)
Goldschlager (cinnamon)
Grand Marnier (orange)
Jagermeister (herb)
 Kahlua (coffee)
Midori (melon)
Rumple Minze (peppermint)
Sambuca (anise)
Schnapps (various flavors)
Southern Comfort (peach)
Tia Maria (coffee)
Triple Sec (orange)

 

Mixers

Angostura Bitters
Lemonade
Cola
Cream
Eggs
Ginger Ale
Grenadine
Ice Cream
Milk
Orange Bitters
Sour Mix
Sprite/7-Up
Tea/Coffee
Water
- Soda
- Tonic

 

Fruit /Garnishes

Apples
Bananas
Cherries
Lemons
Limes
Oranges
Pineapples
Strawberries


Fruit Juice

Apple
Cranberry
Grapefruit
Lemon
Lime
Orange
Pineapple
Tomato

Sweet & Sour

 

Garnishes/Other

Cinnamon
Ice
Maraschino Cherries
Nutmeg
Olives (black/green)
Salt/Pepper Sugar
Sugar Syrup
Tabasco Sauce
Worcestershire Sauce

Date: November 16th, 2008
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Scott Young, President and Head Instructor Bar Smart Inc.