Everyday Carry Essentials: 9 Must-Haves For A Camping Mixologist

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The latest edition of BroBible‘s Everyday Carry Essentials is a little bit different than the recent collections. Sure, there’s some gear in here like the clothing and boots that you can and should wear every single day of your life but I decided to hone on something very specific that’s near and dear to my heart: pouring cocktails around the campfire.

Just because you are sleeping on the ground when you’re camping it doesn’t mean you should shy away from the finer things in life. The Russell’s Reserve 2002 is a follow up to their successful 1998 release. This exquisite spirit is blended from a mixture of bourbons aged 15 years and it’s the first non-chill filtered, barrel-proof Bourbon from Wild Turkey. In addition to this exquisite bourbon, we look at the new cooler backpack from Hydro Flask, some awesome rocks glasses, artisanal bitters to mix cocktails with, and a multi-tool that comes with every tool you’d need to serve up a world-class cocktail by the campfire.

[1] Flint and Tinder Crossback Work shirt in Washed Black [$138]
[2] Hydro Flask Unbound Cooler Pack in Black [$275]
[3] Mt. Everest Whiskey Rocks Glass – Set of 2 [$25]
[4] Jack Rudy Lavender Bitters [$10]
[5] Jack Rudy Sweet Tea Syrup [$10]
[6] Flint and Tinder Stonewashed Jeans – Straight [$128]
[7] Olukai Nalukai Boots in Fox/Bone [$140]
[8] Russell’s Reserve 2002 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey [$249]
[9] Bar10der Stainless Bartender’s Multi-Tool [$29]

As a side note, I’ll be reviving our daily Everyday Carry roundup here at BroBible after a few weeks hiatus. So if you know of a product that should be featured here you can hit me up on email at cass@brobible.com, or find me on Twitter at @casspa. Or if you’ve got an idea for a daily theme I should touch on then hit me up!


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