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Glass Drink Dispensers with Stand
Add Some Flair to Any Buffet!
I've used a punch bowl with ladle and cups for years at my parties but I always got fed up with the mess that was left on the tablecloth every time someone ladled the beverage into the cups! Now I don't have to worry about that any more as using a glass drink dispenser makes getting a drink drip free.
With a drinks dispenser on your buffet you will be able to add function and flair to your next party with one of the many delightful drink dispensers available! You can add your favorite tart iced tea recipe or sweet lemonade or even flavor-packed punch.
These dispenser allow guests to serve themselves so you can enjoy your own party without worrying about refilling drinks. Plus, they make a great addition to any décor, especially when they're filled with slices of fresh fruits!
Crystal and Metal and Glass Drink Dispenser
Make any party more special with this lovely glass drink dispenser with stand. Hand made in Ireland, this crystal cold beverage dispenser has a nickel plated and tarnish resistant base and lid.
Here is what one happy customer had to say about this beverage dispenser: "Third year of use and the glass is fine, the silver on the lid and stand look new and the spigot works with no leaks or discoloration."
Beverage Jar and Stand
This is a large handmade drinks dispenser and is perfect for any social gathering. Great at a barbeque as well as a shower or wedding reception. It is a large capacity, hexagonal-shaped glass jar that features a removable easy-to-use nozzle and a large fitted lid. Includes a hexagonal wrought iron stand that raises the jar off the table for convenient dispensing.
How to Throw a Porch Party Using a Glass Drink Dispenser
2 bottles chilled dry red wine, like Rioja
1 cup brandy
1 cup orange juice
1/4 cup superfine granulated sugar
2 oranges, cut into thin rounds
2 Meyer lemons, cut into thin rounds
3 Key limes, cut into thin rounds
2 apples, cored and cut into 1/2-inch chunks
2 cups cold club soda
In a large pot or bowl, combine the wine, brandy, orange juice, and sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves. Add the orange, lemon, and lime slices, the apples and refrigerate until well chilled, about 1 hour. Remove from the refrigerator and add the soda. Serve in glasses over ice.
Charleston Glass Beverage Dispenser
This beverage dispenser is ideal for lemonade punch or ice tea and has a silver-finished cap and handle. This is a great way to serve your beverage in style. No more sloppy bunch bowls!
Here is what one happy customer had to say about this glass drink dispenser: "I bought two of these. I used them at my daughter's graduation and will use them again at another daughter's wedding in a few weeks. I filled them with tea and lemonade and did not have to refill them during the part. It was one less thing to worry about."
Classic Hostess - Beehive Beverage Dispenser
Jumbo Glass Bee-Hive Beverage Dispenser
This is a lovely glass drink dispenser for barbeques and family gatherings. It has the classic beehive design that makes it perfect for any occasion. Can be used indoors and out to serve everything from sangria to lemonade.
24 lemons, thinly sliced
6 cups white sugar
16 cups cold water
8 trays ice cubes
Thinly slice lemons crosswise. Try to remove as many seeds as possible so they won't get stuck in the drinks dispenser's spigot. Put lemon slices into drinks dispenser. Pour sugar over the top of the lemons. Using a potato masher or wooden spoon, pound lemons and sugar mixture until sugar is dissolved and lemon slices are broken. Add ice cubes and stir in cold water.
Paris Hammered Glass Beverage Dispenser
This makes an excellent cold beverage dispenser. It is handcrafted from hammered glass and has a wrought iron stand and matching finial lid. Great for your favorite punch, lemonade or iced tea.
Ice Tea Recipe
5 tea bags
2 tablespoons Sugar Syrup
In a large bowl or pan, steep tea in 8 cups of boiling water for about 5 minutes. Discard the bags and add sugar syrup. Let cool to room temperature and then refrigerate until about.
Add fruit to your ice tea such as blueberries, raspberries, orange slices or lemon slices. Or you can add herbs such as mint leaves, rosemary or thyme flowers.
Sugar Syrup Recipe:
2 cups granulated sugar
2 cups water
Combine sugar and water in saucepan and bring to a boil. Boil for about two minutes and then pour into a container and store in the refrigerator.