Food and Beverage

Mixologist, The New Trend

It is true that in recent years it has been the Chefs all over the world who have had a great global boom, perhaps it is because of their new techniques or simply because of the creation of new gastronomic concepts that have raised a lot of expectations globally, although It is true that the world of mixology is becoming more fashionable every day and where every day it takes on more importance both in restaurants and bars that continue to evolve their drink menu with new trends through creative cocktails and that undoubtedly help considerably not only the creation of new drinks but also the power to increase the average beverage check per diner. To enhance these cocktails, several tools that a mixologist needs are important, and we are going to give you a brief detail of the most important ones so that it is easier for you to identify them.


Pourers – This tool offers greater control over the pour following the International standards. There are several types of pouring nozzles available with different sizes and liquid flows made in metal, plastic, and Eco Wood.


Pourers for professional bartenders


Bottle Openers: The most used essential tool for a bartender is a bottle opener. It is used mainly to remove the metal caps from bottles.


Wine Opener: It consists of a corkscrew with a small knife to open mainly wine bottles


Jigger: Usually it is used to measure liquor or other mixers when preparing cocktails, they come in different shapes and materials such as plastic and stainless steel


Cocktail Shaker and Glass: In the market we can find two types of shakers which are the Boston shaker and the Standard shaker. The Boston shaker usually contains a mixing glass and a steel part however now days mixing glass is being replaced by a metal one as it tends not to break easily and has a longer life use.

Shakers for Mixologist


Mixing Glass: The Original Yarai® Mixing Glass is the top of the class way to mix your favorite cocktails and is trusted by bartenders worldwide. It is very elegant diamond pattern makes this a tool that you will certainly want to display on your bar and use frequently. The glass is extremely thick and is meant for heavy duty mixing with a bar spoon.


Cocktail Strainer: The cocktail strainer is the much-needed equipment to prepare cocktails. There are several options available however The Hawthorne is the most famous one. It is a flat, spoon-shaped, with a spring coil around the top. In our shop online we have many available.



Ice Mold: It is used to make special ice shapes for special cocktail and mocktails, in our shop you will find from conical, rectangular and many others that may be of your interest.


Muddler: A muddler is a tool used to mash up the ingredients to release their flavors. All our muddlers are coming in multiple colors and are dishwasher resistant, some of them are a patented model that you will find them only in Lucerna Hospitality.

Muddler for professionals bartenders



Restaurant Tableware Styles

Tableware includes the dishware or dishes that are used to set the table, serve food, and beverages. Therefore, when talking about tableware, we are referring to glassware cutlery, serving dishes, etc. Here are some restaurant tableware styles and how they can make a huge difference in how clients view and judge your restaurant.




The language of hotel cutlery

If you are new to fine dining, you might find it intimidating at first. You might not understand how to set up silverware on a table, something that could lead to miscommunication. It would be best if you were not worried or scared because you can quickly learn the language of cutlery setting. With the knowledge, is able to enjoy the pleasure that comes with fine dining. If you want to get it right, you first need to understand the types of cutlery and their respective uses. Table utensils include forks and knives, even though you will find different cutlery knives with each having a distinctive purpose.



Vicrila Glassware

Vicrila Industrias del Vidrio, was founded in the year 1890 and from then until now it has been dedicated to the production of glass, being one of the companies with the longest standing in the Basque Country in Spain. In its facilities, different types of glass and products have been produced, emphasizing in its first years the production of carafes and later of flat glass.