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  • Kickstarter Project: Swizzle Stik!

    Adam from the Boston Shaker store and a designer are trying to raise funds to produce food-safe rugged swizzle sticks for mixing (not the decorative kind) as a replacement for the authentic but fragile and expensive real ones from Martinique and elsewhere in the Caribbean. Funding the project isn't...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Fred Yarm on 19 Apr 2012
  • What´s you Muddler? Why?

    There are several styles of muddlers in the market, for every taste of bartender and for every type of function. I´ve seen many sorts of muddlers been advertised on line for all different means. Muddlers that advertise the fact that they remove more skin, grind, smash etc. Not counting the different...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Tony Harion on 4 Mar 2009
  • Re: Make your own

    Bargreen Ellingson sells a really cheap crappy plastic muddle r for $1.91 - I derive little joy when using this substandard piece of crap. A friend with a lathe is going to help me turn a couple out of a chunk of sugar maple I've got stashed. I hope to be in a Happy Place soon.
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Calamityville on 19 Feb 2009
  • Make your own

    Guys I was just wondering If there is anyone out there that makes food grade plastic muddlers? And if so what plastic do you use and how do you get on with the mold making? Im really intrested in making a couple of idea's that will benefit all bartending kind! Hayds
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Hayden on 19 Feb 2009
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