The best way to shake up some fantastic cocktails at your next gathering is with modern barware, and honestly, Tom Dixon has some of the most luxurious barware. Pair these modern barware favorites with some of our top refreshing cocktail recipes.
This set of shinny copper Moscow Mule Mugs from Tom Dixon‘s Plum Collection, gives this on trend drink a fresh new look. And while we can’t get enough of this classic cocktail, sometimes we just need a change. Add in another twist by mixing up the traditional recipe with bourbon, and you’ve got yourself one fashionable Kentucky Mule.
Kentucky Mule Cocktail
1/2 Lime + one lime wheel for garnish
3 sprigs fresh mint leaves, divided
2 ounces of your favorite bourbon
Chilled ginger beer
Start by crushing your ice. You can do this by simply wrapping up a good handful of ice in a clean towel and crush it with either a rolling pin or a muddler. Set aside.
Next, juice your lime by squeezing it directly into the Moscow Mule Mug, then toss in the mint leaves and muddle it all together. Fill the rest of the mug with ice, pour in your bourbon, and top it off with ginger beer until full. Garnish with a lime and a sprig of mint and serve it up.
A highball glass with a lot of class, the possibilities are endless for the Tom Dixon Tank High Ball Glasses. But with the sweet last days of summer coming to a close, a peachy keen cocktail via Food&Wine seemed appropriate.
1/2 large peach, sliced
6 small basil leaves, plus more for garnish
1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice
1 1/2 ounces gin
1 ounce Lillet
1/2 ounce simple syrup
In a tall glass, muddle the peach with the 6 basil leaves and the lemon juice. Add the gin, Lillet and simple syrup. Add ice cubes and top with club soda. Garnish with basil.
In a tall glass, like the Tank High Ball Glasses, muddle up the peach along with the 6 basil leaves and lemon juice. Add in the gin, Littlet, and simple syrup. Fill the glass with ice and top it all off with club soda. Garnish with basil.
Not only are these Plum Martini Glasses absolutely chic, but because they’re made from copper they’re perfect to enjoying a refreshing cocktail outside. While you can make yourself a good old martini, here’s a recipe that’s sweet like the last days of summer via One Martini.
The Nevada Cocktail
2 ounces white rum
1 to 1½ ounces fresh squeezed grapefruit (about 1/2 of a grapefruit)
½ ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
1 barspoon of powdered sugar (or simple syrup)
Dash of Angostura bitters
Put all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice, and the Tom Dixon Plum Cocktail Shaker happens to be perfect for adding to a modern barware collection. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass and enjoy.
Shake up your night with the futuristic design of the Plum Cocktail Shaker. The pragmatic form of the shaker allows for effective mixing, within its large belly, while the tapered ends not only balance out the overall piece, the slimmer end also functions as a spirit measure.
Lizzy is a writer who is passionate about modern design and creating a comfortable space where relationships can grow. When she isn't writing, she's on the hunt for vintage mid-century modern pieces and sipping on a Mai Tai.