Big fruity cocktails should come in nice big sturdy glasses that hold out well and smaller, tall drinks come in half pint glasses. Built drinks, such as Mojitos or a White Russian come in shallow, wide, and thick based glasses usually used for whisky. They are wide so you get to appreciate the vapours of the whisky.
The triangular glass near the back is, of course, the Martini glass, immortalised by one Mr J Bond. Of course it was around a long time before he appeared on screen.
Next to it is a slightly more rounded wide cup. This is a coupe, used mainly for Margaritas. It is no coincidence that they always seem to be plastic.
On the far right is a latte glass. Now an important safety tip is that warm drinks such as Irish coffee or mulled wine should only be served in these glasses. They have a handle and are made from very thick glass that does not shatter when exposed to sudden heat.
For every cold drink, you need ice. Either nice big pieces or well and truly crushed. For that, you will need an ice crusher. If you do not possess one, use a blender or wrap your ice in a clean towel and beat it with a rolling-pin. It never fails.
As well as spirits and liquors, you'll stock juices, mixers and other herbs, such as cloves and mint. For mixers, go for things like coke, ginger ale or lemonade. For juices, orange is always the best bet. Pineapple is very sweet, but when shaken, it gives a lovely frothy head to a drink. Grapefruit is very bitter but it gives a hell of a kick. Tomato is best served with just spirits on its own.
For fruit, you don't need the full fruit salad, Del-boy style, just cut a lemon or lime wedge or a full slice of orange. Less is more. The photo also shows an egg and these are used raw, although I don't recommend it. Egg yolks atop vodka and tomato makes a hell of a hangover cure (apparently).