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Like a bookshelf or medicine cabinet, the home bar speaks volumes about its owner.

Where a pub-size oak bar might say, "I miss the old days," and a locked liquor cabinet says, "I'm a cheapskate," a cocktail cart says, "I have taste. I buy only the best ingredients. And I can mix you a proper drink."

Top restaurants around the country have already jumped on the bar-cart trend--and so should you. To get started, check out Tasting Table's Cocktail Cart guide, sponsored by Chambord (click here to download the pdf).

The advantages of a cocktail cart are many: You can move the party into any room of the house (or outside), you don't need an extensive library of bottles to look well-stocked, and your guests will be encouraged to make their own cocktails--thus taking the load off their host.

TT's handy how-to PDF shows you how to assemble the perfect mobile bar, from gear to bottles to delicious Chambord-based drink recipes. Or, sign up to win one of your own: Tasting Table has created the perfect cocktail cart. Click here for your chance to win one.
 
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