Calabrese Hawthorn Strainer (Copper) – 8 inch

$25.00

This strainer combines the best materials with the knowledge of the greatest bartender in the world – Salvatore Calabrese. This copper plated Calabrese Hawthorn strainer sits inside the tin where it can hold the ice back and allows a clean pour from the shaker rim. On the handle is a divot which helps the strainer hold on the rim of the tin. Made from high grade Japanese steel, the Calabrese Strainer has a polished copper finish. This luxury strainer raises the visuals of your cocktail making.

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Description

Description

Finished in a premium copper plating, the stainless steel no-prong Calabrese Hawthorn Strainer puts an end to unwanted chunks of fruit and ice. With a professional design in collaboration with master mixologist, Salvatore Calabrese, this cocktail strainer exudes style.

Ideal for placing in a cocktail tin or mixing glass before straining into a drinks vessel, this copper cocktail strainer is a vital part of any aspiring bartenders kit. Ideal for use with a 16oz shaker glass.

Using 18/8 steel gives this bar tool greater longevity over standard barware. A high corrosion resistance gives greater resilience against rust.

Features:

  • Designed with Salvatore “The Maestro” Calabrese
  • No-prong cocktail strainer
  • High corrosion resistance for premium rust protection
  • Material: Premium Japanese 18/8 stainless steel (0.9mm) with copper plated finish
  • Ideal for use with 16oz shaker glass
  • Keeps ice in shaker while allowing fruit pulp and small shards of ice through
  • Ideal for fruit or mint based cocktails

To retain its’ luster, we recommend hand washing.

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Additional information

Weight 0.297 lbs
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