1936 Shaking in the 60's by Eddie Clarke

Six bar spoons. Always ensure that these long type spoons, have the small flat disc at the handle end which can be used as a "muddler". These long spoons are an asset at a party.They give the playful old'un a useful thing with which to drop small chips of ice down the low cut dresses of the young 'uns.

Strainers. The special bar type should be bought with detachable wire spring rims, as they adjust themselves accordingly and fit perfectly into all makes ofshakers and mixing glasses.

Corkscrew. A decent one, with a comfortable handle. Preferably a good lever type which will shift stubborn corks. The small cheap or the gimmick corkscrew will seldom make a decentjob ofextraction. Invariably it breaks a cork (or the back of whoever is trying to pull the cork out) to pieces. Pair oflime "tweezer squeezers". Similar in principle to a large pair of pliers with a strainer platform, and really the only effective method of extracting the juice from these small citrus fruits.


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