Bar cart—acquired. Now what to put on the damn thing? Here, some suggestions that will certainly gussy up that rolling thingamajig or make really great/boozy presents. (They're wrapped! Basically!)
The limited edition Disarrono x Etro collaboration is a definite *get* for your bar cart. (Pssst…the fashion designer collaboration is also available in six mini-bottles, packaged as 3-packs. Stocking stuffer, anyone?)
The limited-edition bottles for Absolut come in both striking metallic blue and silver.
$25 for 750 ml bottle or $30 for 1L bottle; absolut.com
The single estate handcrafted vodka is manually distilled in a 1921 copper rectification still known as Column 51—made entirely of copper. Now you know where the bottle idea came from. (Pssst…buy the set, get a copper pineapple or a gnome to drink out of. Plus, sleep better knowing that for every bottle sold, one week's supply of safe water gets to someone who needs it most.)
$58 for 1L bottle, $144 for gift sets; reservebar.com
The small batch, luxury gin is rested in hand-selected red and white Bordeaux wine casks.
The customizable bottle can boast happy birthday sentiments or even just "VIP", plus a message. And it's *shiny*.
$170 for 1.75L; reservebar.com
The single-barrel bourbon comes in a bottle that's one part grenade, one part beveled perfume bottle, and all parts cool.
The seasonal blend of apple cider liquer, Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey, and holiday spices comes in a throwback bottle with a winterscape to inspire all your log cabin dreams. #AddstoPinterest
$24 for 750 ml; jackdaniels.com
You can't mention pretty liquor bottles without talking St. Germain. The elderflower liqueur is housed in an art-deco bottle that makes you want to break out a Charleston Step.
$25 for 750 ml; stgermain.fr
I mean—just look at it.
The limited-edition gift back comes housed in a cylinder of blue or grey—perfect for gifts and also stashing on your own cart.