Ever use a corkscrew to carve a holiday roast? Or a thimble to boil water? Exactly, so why not add a dash of individual style to your mixology by using the proper tools to tend bar like a pro.
Made from reclaimed local maple, the visually striking Surikogi is hand-lathed to provide just the right amount of heft. Finished with the dramatic Japanese Shou sugi ban technique for a smoky charcoal patina, it is topped off with an elegant touch of brass. A durable leather strap allows for easy hanging -- and presentation -- in your kitchen or bar.
MUDDLER 101: a classic bar tool used to smash/mash/grind -- i.e., muddle -- fresh fruits, herbs & sugar cubes at the bottom of a shaker or glass to extract their flavorful juices and oils. After your Manhattan, Mojito or classic Old-Fashioned is ready, a quick stir serves to aerate and blend the ingredients for maximum taste.
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