I have a glass drink dispenser already so would like to set up something like this or at least a separate shelf that is accessible to people even outside the kitchen. Tea trolley...great for a drink station
TURBO SANGRIA --Plenty of ice - 1 sprig of mint - 200ml brandy Half bottle of dry French rose- 250 ml bottle Rocks Strawberry & Blackcurrant - 200ml sparkling water - 2 chopped oranges - 2 handfuls of chopped strawberries - 2 handfuls of blueberries
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Oh my goodness!!! Why haven't I ever thought of this!!! Keep your beverage dispenser flowing by lining glass pebbles along the bottom. It prevents fruit bits and pulp from clogging the spigot and also raises the beverage level so you don't need to tip to get the last drink out. Also, if you put the pebbles in the freezer first, they'll help keep the beverage cold. Genius!! ❊
Rustic drinks stand for hire, £85.00 by theshabbychiclook-uk: We have for hire our beautiful rustic drinks stand. Can be used indoors or outdoors for lemonade, punch or any other beverage. For a special event or a home party. Hire includes the stand, two 8L Kilner drink dispensers, all the crates, glass bottles or plastic glasses, straws, vintage galvanised vase and flowers, bunting, everything but the fluid (but this can be arranged).