This classic drink mixer comes in two separate top/bottom pieces, rather than the traditional—and smaller—all-in-one. It circulates more air around to properly dilute your chosen cocktail. “You can hear the ice breaking down. It goes from a deeper sound to one that’s more high pitched when it’s ready to pour,” says Means.
You can have the greatest cocktail recipes in the world, but if you're not quite confident in how to mix the drinks—well, let's just say they could put a bad taste in your guests mouths. Expert bartender Brian Means walks us through the right (and very
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