One of the bigger problems with bars is that they close. Another is that they're always in the same place — what if you want to share a cocktail with friends in the park? Or on your hotel balcony? Or on a mountain? These kits are small enough to pack in your bag, your trunk, or your bike basket and include all the tools and cups you'll need to concoct drinks anywhere off the beaten path worn bar stool you normally frequent.
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A little more casual, these suede kits are perfect for a break during a weekend saunter, a lazy evening on the porch, or wherever else you're looking to relax. They zip or snap shut like your favorite luggage, and pair well with some jeans and a flannel. So make sure there's room in your artisanal rustic picnic basket — and make sure you hit the park early to get a highly noticeable spot where everyone will see how awesome you are at impromptu bartending.
If you’re fond of saying “This party’s in the bag!”, no one is ever going to want to have a drink with you. But you can still think it, especially since this kit, much like your lips, zips closed and includes all the tools you need for a good time.
Perfect for an out-of-doors double-date or a person who really, really knows how to have a good time, this suede box ups the class ante with leather straps, four stainless steel cocktail glasses, and round, leather-bound flasks that, like the Ghostbusters’ containment unit (pre-Walter Peck, that jerk), hold your favorite spirits with ease.
Oh, look at you with your tuxedo T-shirt and your nice car and your well-adjusted emotional state and friends who actually like to visit. Makes sense that you'd pick up one of these classy bar sets. These are full-fledged (albeit miniature) cabinets, portable enough to tote along on classy excursions where your fine taste and mixology skills will be put to good use.
Remember how James Bond had a plethora of cool gadgets, cars, and modern technology at his disposal? Well this is what he would’ve used, had he ever needed a compact, portable bar. With three flasks (two for booze, one for a mixer), two compactible cups, and a shaker, martinis can finally be shaken and served without the bartender’s look of disapproval.
Bearing a striking resemblance to that plastic lunch pail you used to (or still do) tote around, this compact, locking case comes correct with all the requisite items you need to make parks more fun, job interviews more casual, and prolonged unemployment continuing.