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The Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker

Brooklyn-based design duo Josh Williams and Eric Prum have an obsession with vintage kitchenware, they have developed a fusion of two of their favorite things, the mason jar and the cocktail shaker, creating - The Mason Shaker! The unique four-piece shaker will add some classic southern style to your home bar accessories.

Check out The Mason Shaker at their website, alongside a variety of awesome cocktail accessories, all designed by them. Also available for purchase now at Amazon




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