Jiggers and Mixing Tools

Mix up a refreshing cocktail or a kicky mocktail with sleek, functional mixing tools from Williams-Sonoma. Handcrafted cocktails are both trendy and classic, and you can make bartending a breeze with the right tools for the job. Whether you’re mixing up a batch of crafty, inspired cocktails or a tried and true classic, our selection of bar tools is simple enough for everyday use, with elegant lines and reliable performance to inspire your inner mixologist’s creative spark.

Choose from several styles of jiggers, which provide the precise measuring and ergonomic design that you need for mixing tasty, spirited drinks. For example, the Crafthouse Jigger features finger rests for added comfort, a spout for tidy pouring and inner markings that let you measure as little as a half-ounce or as much as 2 ounces. Crafted from 18/10 steel, this small mixing tool offers durability and a touch of vintage appeal. Our Open Kitchen Cocktail Jigger features two-sided convenience. Once side measures 2 ounces, while the opposite end measures 1 ounce, making it fast and easy to get the measurements you need to mix a delicious drink. Stainless-steel construction provides long-lasting use and easy, dishwasher-safe care that is sure to make you want to grab your bar glasses and get mixing.

Our Jigger Measuring Beaker gives you more options for measuring up to 3 ounces with ultimate precision. The beaker features milliliter and fluid ounce incremental measurements so that you can add the exact amount of liquid to your concoction. The borosilicate glass construction offers durability and heat resistance that makes this measuring beaker oven-proof, flame-proof, microwave-safe and freezer-safe so that you can throw your most challenging drink recipes at it without worry. No cleaning supplies are needed, because the two pouring spouts allow clean pouring for left-handed and right-handed bartenders.

With the right bar spoon, you can mix up any cocktail without a shaker. Chill a mixing glass, measure and add the ingredients and place enough ice into the glass to fill it three-quarters of the way full. Put the bar spoon in the glass, grab the middle of the spoon’s handle with your thumb and forefinger and arrange the spoon so the inner part faces toward the center of the glass. Pinch the spoon handle and begin pushing and pulling the spoon. Move the bar spoon back and forth to mix the ingredients together. Strain the drink into your serving glass, and enjoy a refreshing sip.