Olympia DR592 Cocktail Muddler

Olympia
RRP: £6.998.39
SAVE:£2.002.40
£5.99
£4.99
 
inc. vatexc. vat

Pre-Order (Available from: 12/11/2021)

Total Price:
SKU: 66569 | MPN: DR592 | GTIN: 5050984511349 | AKA: DR592

Pre-Order (Available from 12/11/2021)

Product Specifications
BrandOlympia
CategoryCocktail Muddlers
AvailabilityPre-Order (Available from 12/11/2021)
MPNDR592
Box Quantity1
MaterialStainless Steel
Weight0.06 KG
ColourStainless Steel
Width (External)34mm
Height (External)212mm
Depth (External)34mm
Details

This simple yet lightweight muddler is finished with a deliberately textured end which has been specifically designed for crushing everything from limes to mint leaves. This metal muddle is a more hygienic and practical alternative to traditional wooden muddlers during the construction of any Old-Fashioned or Mojito. Built of hygienic and corrosion resistant stainless steel, this modern muddler is a must-have for any barman worth his tequila salt.

Olympia DR592 Description
  • Ideal for crushing and breaking up cocktail ingredients
  • Also available in a copper (DR602) and gunmetal finish (DR622)
  • Material: stainless steel
  • Textured end for optimum crushing
  • Shaped for easy gripping
  • Dimensions: 212(H) x 34(W) x 34(D)mm
  • Weight: 60g
 
Delivery Options (Select during Checkout)
 CostServiceEst Delivery DateInfoEst Delivery Date Expires
Cost:
£6.95 +VAT
Service:
1-3 Working Days Delivery
Estimated Delivery Date:
Tue 16th November to Thu 18th November
Service Expires:

Please note the following restrictions:

  • All items over 30kg are kerbside delivery only,
  • Deliveries take place between the hours of 8am and 6pm
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