Minibar: Alcohol Delivered to Your Home

When you’re hosting a get together, the last thing you want to do is have an under-stocked bar!  Minibar is a clever solution to a common problem.  When time is short, have the party delivered right to your front door.  Minibar is the easiest way to lift your spirits. With a few taps, get wine, liquor, and beer delivered to your door.

Image Courtesy of The sTORIbook and Rememory Photography
Photo courtesy of The sTORIbook and Rememory Photography

 

Tori from the sTORIbook recently shared her first experience ordering from Minibar.  As she explains in this post:

 

All you have to do is visit their website or download the app which is free on iOS or Android and create your account which takes just a couple minutes. Once you’ve created your account you can search through the different products which include wine, beer, liquor and mixers. Mixers includes juice, soda, fruit, garnishes, ice, water and more. Once you’ve selected your order you just check out and within one hour your doorbell will ring to keep the party going!

 

Make sure you check out Tori’s post to read more about her experience ordering from Minibar, as well as to get her Raspberry Champagne Cocktail recipe, which would be divine for Valentine’s Day!

 

Photo courtesy of Minibar

 

In addition to personal orders, Minibar also offers a gift delivery service.  Instead of an impersonal gift basket or gift card, you can choose the perfect gift for your recipient by hand selecting each item and having it delivered straight to their door.

For inspiration, here’s a fun mixology lesson from Minibar’s blog:

 

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Photo courtesy of Minibar Blog

MINT JULEP

2 tsp sugar
2 oz water
Sprigs of fresh mint
crushed ice
2 oz Bourbon
Silver julep cups (optional)

Lightly muddle mint and sugar, add bourbon and fill glass with crushed ice. Stir until glass frosts. Garnish with mint sprig.

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