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The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Mixologist

There are many reasons to celebrate the day with a toast. Name yours.

Laquered Bar Cabinet in high-gloss mint with brass hardware by Anthropologie, also available in indigo and cream, 52" x 36" x 20", $1,998; anthropologie.com


Rebel Plum Decanter by Waterford, handcrafted crystalline, other shapes available in Blush and Amber, beautiful as a set, $195; at Neiman Marcus, neimanmarcus.com


Negroni Cocktail Glass Limited-edition color in collaboration with Imbibe magazine for Negroni Week, available in other colors, $34; at Mazama, shopmazama.com


Hooch Leather Wrapped Flask by Espacio Handmade, stainless steel flask wrapped in hand-stitched leather, other designs available, $56; at scoutmob.com


The Citrus Press in brushed stainless steel by Breville for Williams-Sonoma. Motorized press with built-in sensors for the ultimate squeeze, also available in lime, lemon and orange; 13.5" tall, $130; at Williams-Sonoma, williams-sonoma.com


The Decc Citrus Clove Liqueur by Distillery 291, perfect for holiday cocktails, $23; at Argonaut Wine & Liquor, Denver, argonautliquor.com



For your holiday parties this year, why not purchase a case of One Hope Glitter Edition Brut Sparkling Wine? For every bottle you buy, 15 meals will be provided to a child in need. One Hope has lots of other options and ways to celebrate and do good. Available online and at assorted locations around the country, $59/bottle; onehopewine.com



Brooklyn Bartender: A Modern Guide to Cocktails and Spirits by Carey Jones
Market Editor Eliza Karlson adores this book: "Set aside fears that this Brooklyn-sourced book is too hipster or complicated: The 300 recipes, both inventive and traditional, are well-explained and beautifully presented." $25; Tattered Cover Book Store, tatteredcover.com



Photo: Mateusz Gzik

Denver’s Stir Cooking School offers a Cocktails 101 class where students work side by side with professional bartenders for a truly hands-on experience. Learn how to muddle, shake, stir, strain and garnish essential cocktails such as the martini, old-fashioned, mojito, margarita and sidecar. Nibbles are provided. $60/person; stirtolearn.com


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