A Bar Above Natural Hardwood Extra Long Cocktail Muddler

  • Optimal Length: 12″ design prevents knuckle bumps during mixing.
  • Quality Materials: Options of hand-crafted hardwood or food-safe polypropylene.
  • Ergonomic Design: Comfortably fits in hand for ease of use.
  • Flat Head: Muddle herbs without inducing bitterness.
  • Versatile Uses: Ideal for muddling, ice-cracking, and more.
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Ever struggled with muddling ingredients in your shaker tin, only to end up with scraped knuckles? Say hello to a muddler that respects your hands! Standing proud at a full 12″, this muddler—available in both wood and plastic—is the mint-mashing marvel you’ve been waiting for.

Whether you’re a fan of classic, hand-crafted hardwood or prefer the modern touch of high-quality, food-safe polypropylene, we’ve got you covered. This cocktail muddler promises nothing but top-notch quality.

Made from solid materials, be it hardwood or robust plastic, our muddler isn’t just built to last, it brings that extra force ensuring a perfect muddle every time.

Muddle in style and comfort. Our bar muddler is specially designed to rest snugly in your hand, allowing for a comfortable grip no matter how you hold it.

Bitter drinks? Not on our watch! Both our plastic and wooden cocktail muddlers sport a flat head. This means herbs get the right pressure, releasing flavor without bitterness.

From crushing ice in a Lewis bag to potentially safeguarding your pen collection against pen-thieving coworkers, this muddler’s versatility knows no bounds.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Cocktail Hammer is a mixology-centric website that provides an extensive array of resources for home bartenders, professional mixologists, and cocktail enthusiasts. Here are some responses to the most frequently asked queries to help enhance your cocktail crafting skills.

To start home bartending, you'll need a few key tools. A cocktail shaker is essential for mixing drinks, and a jigger will help you measure the ingredients accurately.

A bar spoon is useful for stirring and layering drinks, while a strainer ensures a smooth, sediment-free cocktail.

A muddler is important for crushing herbs or fruit, and a citrus peeler or zester is useful for adding garnishes. Finally, you may want a good-quality knife and chopping board for preparing ingredients.

There are a few key techniques that are critical for home bartending. Shaking is a common technique used to mix, chill and dilute drinks quickly. Stirring is used when you want to maintain the clarity of the drink while still mixing the ingredients. Muddling is used to extract flavors from fresh ingredients like herbs or fruit.

Layering is another technique that involves carefully adding different liquors or mixers so that they sit in separate layers. Finally, garnishing not only makes your cocktail visually appealing but can also enhance its flavor.

Proper storage and maintenance of your liquors and mixers can extend their shelf life and preserve their quality. Unopened bottles of spirits are stable and can be stored for many years. Once opened, they should ideally be consumed within 1-2 years.

Store spirits in a cool, dark place, upright, to prevent the alcohol from breaking down the cork. Liqueurs should be stored similarly, but keep in mind they have a shorter shelf life due to their sugar content. Vermouth and other wine-based aperitifs should be refrigerated after opening and consumed within 1-2 weeks.

Mixers, too, should be refrigerated after opening and used within the recommended timeframe on the label. Fresh ingredients like lemons, limes, and herbs should be bought regularly to ensure they are always fresh when used in your drinks.