Shaker has strong seal, built-in strainer, and is large enough for ice cubes. Ebook with over 100 recipes included. Solid steel construction with an attractive stand.
Does not include a muddler. Rim edge can be sharp. Shaker not insulated, can get very cold in hands during use.
Recipe flip book included in kit. Individual parts are heavy and durable. Stand designed to sit flush against the wall.
Shaker parts do not fit well, some leakage. Quality of metal not as impressive as other sets. Some consumers note missing pieces on arrival.
Owners praise the quality of the muddler and shakers. Packaged as a gift set. Strainer catches very small particles for a smoother drink.
Standard jigger not included. Shakers do not interlock with each other. Pieces packed together loosely.
Shakers are glass and stainless steel, with very solid interlock. Includes a cutting board for fruit and garnishes. Mixing cup printed with popular recipes.
Included paring knife not sharp enough for fruit prep. Jiggers do not have measurements for partial pours. Stand is functional but cheap-looking.
The key to an A+ home bar setup starts with the bar set. Bar sets range in size from a 5-piece to a 15-piece. With the limitless number of drink concoctions, there’s no standard bar set. But a bar set worth its money will include things like a cocktail shaker, a cocktail strainer, a jigger, a bar spoon, a bottle pourer, and a recipe booklet. For the inexperienced home mixologist, a seven-piece set should fulfill basic needs. Consider the quality of the metal before deciding on a bar set. If you’re taking a bartending class, you might require one of the fuller sets.
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