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19th-Century Reproduction Mixing Set

Regular price $140.00 Sale

Never mind what James Bond says: a proper Martini (or any cocktail without citrus juice, dairy, or eggs, for that matter) should be stirred, not shaken. This 19th-century stirred cocktail set produced in collaboration with cocktail historian David Wondrich is the perfect way to mix your Martinis, Manhattans, or Sazeracs in proper Gilded Age fashion.

 The footed, rose-tinted crystal mixing glass, and real Sterling-silver plated mixing spoon are inspired by historic 19th century barware in Wondrich's personal collection. The Sterling plated strainer is based on an 1890 patent by Charles J. Hauck, Jr. (younger brother of Edward Hauck), and features an angled handle that locks onto the rim of the mixing glass.