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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    YUKIWA, world-class manufacturer,the design of heart is the latest product same as cross that will be good bar tool in making professional cocktail.
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    YUKIWA, japan famous and high-quality bar tool brand, releases this special cross strainer with elegant, styleish shape will be the best choice for you!
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    A cost efficient version of Bonzers premium Hawthorne Strainer that possesses all the same excellent features but is made from stainless steel
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    Ideal for those who love to add theatre to their creation, this versatile strainer enables its user to simply switch from one drink style to another. This tool also features the same style of spring as the Heritage Hawthorne strainer for improved...
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    Mix with complete ease thanks to horn-shaped prongs, keeping this unique tool balanced during use. The Heritage Hawthorne strainer utilises an antique style spring with a thicker coil, ensuring a more rigid fit to prevent ice overspill.
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    It is a strainer characterized by triangle design by Yukiwa brand that Japan boasts.
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    Über BarRay™ delivers sleek lines in stainless steel, taking the sting out of straining cocktails!
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    This Bonzer Sprung Heritage Julep Strainer is highly versatile and ideal for throwing drinks, so you can quickly switch between customers with the minimum of fuss. Ideal for those who love to add theatre to their creation, this versatile strainer...
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    The Bonzer Two Ear Heritage Hawthorne Strainer works perfectly for cocktails made in a mixing glass or cocktail tin
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
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    In the 1860s, some bar were been made "SOMETHING" with handle to fit glass for separate from ice, Julep Strainer, one with a larger, oval size which can fit container.Now, the familiar strainer we use, with spring around the edge was invented by...
    NT$1500
    YUKIWA, world-class manufacturer,the design of heart is the latest product same as cross that will be good bar tool in making professional cocktail.
    NT$1500
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    The Birdy by Erik Lorincz Strainer is an ingeniously multi-functional device
    NT$1950
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    With a wide collar and generous hanging loop, as well as high quality fine mesh, the Heritage Fine strainer is the bartender’s best friend when serving classic shaken drinks, whilst its shape makes its suitable for use in a variety of straining...
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