The best things in life come in threes. You know, like the Lord of the Rings trilogy and German triple chocolate cake. This weekend, get your big three on for Derby Day with funny hats, horse racing, and the quintessential mint julep. Read on.
Move over LMFAO & Lil’ Jon because you can take more than shots in these glasses. Shot glasses are little cups with a big purpose. Just like you’ve learned from the previous blogs in this series, your kitchen tools can go a long way if you’re willing to think outside the box. With this being the age of DIY, it makes sense for us to pass some money-saving knowledge on to you!
Wine-os of the world, rejoice! Because you can get seriously creative with your most prized possession, the wine glass. You might be thinking, “Why would I do anything else with my glass besides fill it with the sweet, sweet nectar of the fermented grape Gods?” And while we understand your confusion and concern, we’d like to show you that it is possible.
If you’ve ever sat at your local bar, ordered a cocktail, then watched your bartender create your drink as if by magic, then you might have wondered if you could ever do the same. The answer yes. All you need are a few simple tools and your favorite drink recipe. However, if you don’t quite know what your favorite adult drink is yet, we’ve got several super easy cocktail recipes for every taste.
You’ve probably never thought about using pub glass for anything other than drinking a nice, cold brew. Believe it or not, there are actually several uses for this kind of glass. We took off our beer goggles and traded them in for thinking caps to come up with these cool uses for pub glasses.