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Ice Bucket:
Bucket for holding ice, water and chilled wine. Should be placed in wine stand or on plate with napkin
Icelandic Glacial:
Icelandic Glacial is a premium brand of mineral water from Iceland. The water, which is sourced at Iceland's 4,500-year-old Ölfus Spring, is pretty special. (more)
Ice Mould:
A Sphere ice mould which connects two pieces together which can hold filtered water to make an ice-ball about the size of a golf ball. Excellent for keeping drinks colder for longer periods.
Ice Scoop:
Used to Scoop ice. Small ones used for making drinks and large one for ice machine.
Ice Tongs:
Small tongs used in a bar or hotel room to pick-up ice from small bucket.
Ice Well:
Stainless steel basin with drainage that holds ice.
Ice Wine:
Ice wine (or icewine; German Eiswein) is a type of dessert wine produced from grapes that have been frozen while still on the vine. The sugars and other dissolved solids do not freeze, but the water does, allowing a more concentrated grape must to be pressed from the frozen grapes, resulting in a smaller amount of more concentrated, very sweet wine.
Imbue is a modern style vermouth that is blended in the Willamette Valley in the United States of America. (more)
Irish Coffee:
A liqueur coffee made with Irish Whiskey, sugar and topped with cream.
Irish Whiskey:
A blend that contains barley malt whiskeys and grain whiskeys. The malt is dried in coal-fired kilns. The aroma of the fires does not influence the malt. Irish whiskey is heavier than Scotch and is usually 86 proof US. It is produced only in Ireland. (more)
Italian Coffee:
A liqueur coffee made with Amaretto, sugar and topped with cream.
Italian Vermouth:
A sweet vermouth from Italy. (more)
The main objective of the IVDP is to place under a single entity the certification of all products (port) of origin in the Douro demarcated region.
Jamaican Coffee:
A liqueur coffee made with Jamaican Rum and Tia Maria, sugar and topped with cream.
Also known as junever, geniever, genever, or in the English speaking world Holland gin or Dutch gin. (more)
A term used for a wine bottle size, usually champagne. It is equivalent to 4 standard bottles and holds 3000 ml or 24 x 125 ml glasses. (more)
A measure of alcohol which is sometimes referred to as a "shot", Measured from a small drinking glass-
shaped container.
Piece of equipment designed to hand squeeze citrus fruit. (more)
Made with Kentucky bourbon and fresh mint leaves (muddled, crushed or whole). May also be made with rye, brandy, gin, rum or champagne. Served with shaved ice in an ice-frosted glass with a mint or fruit garnish and a straw. The most popular is the "Mint Julep".
Julep Strainer:
A round headed strainer for straining cocktails from ice. It has no spring and fits inside the ice shaker or mixing glass. (more)
The flavour of a particular berry commonly used as one of the botanicals when making gin.
Kentucky Coffee:
A liqueur coffee made with American Bourbon Whiskey, sugar and topped with cream.