Switch Tail Spoon (Muddler/Trident)

$44.95

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35 cm stainless steel adjustable bar spoon with muddler and trident

Trying to decide between our Muddling Spoon and our Trident Bar Spoon? Why not have the best of both worlds with our Switch Tail Bar Spoon! Put on a show at your next cocktail party with this beautiful spoon that is essentially the Inspector Gadget of bar gear. Our Switch Tail Spoon comes in a 35 CM length with two interchangeable ends that let you switch things up on the fly. One end gives you the practicality of a muddler, allowing you to press oils out of citrus or muddle mint with ease. The second end gives you the versatility of a 3-pronged trident fork, allowing you to grab garnish such as cherries for your cocktail.

Our Switch Tail Bar Spoon is both fun and functional, with the interchangeable muddler / trident ends fastening easily into place. The stainless steel finish means your Switch Tail spoon will continue looking beautiful for years to come. We recommend the Switch Tail spoon for home bartenders looking to maximize their space and efficiency.

If you’re looking for a recipe to try out your Switch Tail Spoon, might we suggest the following cocktail recipe:

Oaxaca Old Fashioned

Created by Philp Ward, Death & Co.

 This outstanding old-fashioned riff swaps out the whiskey for a combination of tequila and mezcal, using agave nectar as the sweetener. It is an intriguing sipper worthy of your next cocktail party!

Ingredients:

  • 5 oz Reposado Tequila
  • 5 oz Mezcal
  • 1 teaspoon agave nectar
  • 1 dash Angostura bitters
  • Orange peel (for garnish)

Combine all ingredients except the orange peel in a large rocks glass. Stir to combine. Add one large ice cube, and stir again until chilled. Express an orange peel over the glass to release the oils, give the orange peel a twist and drop it into the glass for garnish. Enjoy!

Additional Information

Weight 0.058 kg
Dimensions 35 cm
Colour

Stainless Steel

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