Professional Series Julep Strainer – Stainless Steel
- Stainless steel Professional Series Julep strainer
When it comes to bar tools, it doesn’t get more classic than the julep strainer! The julep strainer features a simple yet effective design that was first patented in the late 1800s. The strainer’s perforated design allowed it to sit in a glass, allowing liquid to flow through and holding the ice back in the glass. It’s believed that the julep strainer was also popular with cocktail fans who had large beards but still wanted to imbibe with dignity. Whatever the case, the julep strainer became wildly popular leading into the 20th century. While the julep strainer eventually became overshadowed by the Hawthorne strainer, which was seen by some as a more efficient tool, the julep strainer is still prized by top bartenders and cocktail connoisseurs around the world and can be an easy and classic look that can be added to your bar collection.
Our Professional Series Julep Strainer features a timeless design combined with solid construction. This strainer fits nicely into our mixing glasses and Boston shakers and is perfect for straining stirred, shaken, or muddled cocktails.
If you’re looking for a recipe to try out your Professional Series Julep Strainer, might we suggest the following recipe that has a history of honoring friendship:
The Old Pal cocktail was invented at Harry’s Bar in Paris by Harry MacElhone in honor of his “old pal” William “Sparrow” Robertson who worked as a sports editor for The New York Herald in Paris, France. It is similar to a Negroni or Boulevardier and is a very unique cocktail indeed.
- 1 oz Rye Whiskey
- 1 oz Campari
- 1 oz Dry Vermouth
Add all ingredients into a mixing glass. Add ice and stir until chilled. Strain into a chilled Professional Series Coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon or orange peel. Enjoy!
|Dimensions||15.9 × 7.5 cm|
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