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The Bartenders Knife

The Bartenderīs Knife aims to assist you in perfecting the art of preparing a cocktail. It sure wonīt turn you into Tom Cruiseīs character in the movie cocktail, but itīll go a long way in preparing all the extras that give your long drink that special kick, such as the perfect lime peel or lemon zest. It is made from durable polished hard wood and high grade stainless steel with brass rivets on the handle that give it a great look and durability. On the pointy end you get a double tip, a fork like cut that enables you to pick whatever you need and set it on the glass. It comes with its own sharpening stone to keep it as good as new for years to come.

Learn more from W&P Design, or grab one now from Amazon




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