Olympia DR602 Cocktail Muddler Copper

Olympia
RRP: £8.299.95
SAVE:£2.302.76
£7.19
£5.99
 
inc. vatexc. vat
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SKU: 66573 | MPN: DR602 | GTIN: 5050984510984 | AKA: DR602

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Product Specifications
BrandOlympia
CategoryCocktail Muddlers
AvailabilityIn Stock
MPNDR602
Box Quantity1
MaterialStainless Steel
Weight60g
ColourCopper
Width (External)34mm
Height (External)212mm
Depth (External)34mm
Details

Cocktail muddlers are tried and trusted way of crushing or smashing cocktail ingredients and ensuring the best possible mix. This luxuriously lightweight and elegantly shaped muddler is finished with a textured end to guarantee to optimum crushing of everything from limes to mint leaves. Whether you are making a Caipirinha, Mojito or Old-Fashioned, this metal muddle is a more hygienic and practical alternative to traditional wooden muddlers. Whilst these are likely to bow or split when repeatedly moistened, metal muddlers are a more durable and modern tool for any cocktail bar.

Olympia DR602 Description
  • Ideal for crushing and breaking up cocktail ingredients
  • Also available in a gunmetal (DR622) and non-coloured finish (DR592)
  • Textured end for optimum crushing
  • Shaped for easy gripping
  • Dimensions: 212(H) x 34(W) x 34(D)mm
  • Weight: 60g
 
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Cost:
£6.95 +VAT
Service:
Order by 4pm for
1-3 Working Days Delivery
Estimated Delivery Date:
Wed 27th October to Fri 29th October
Service Expires:
Today at 4:00pm

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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