Frequently Asked Question’s

Bar10der – FAQ

What are the different tools on the Bar10der?

Answer

The Bar10der is a unique and perfect for everything a cocktail maker needs, a muddler, a knife, a reamer, a stirrer, a channel Knife, strainer, jigger, corkscrew, zester, bottle Opener 

What do each of the Bar10der cocktail tools actually do?

Answer

The muddler – Crush  fruit, herbs, spices and more to extract. The reamer- Add freshly squeezed juice from your favorite fruits. The channel knife – Create twists and other garnishes.  The jigger- Get a perfect bar measurement every time you pour. Zester- Capture the tang and aroma of citrus fruits. Knife- Slice and dice ingredients and garnishes with the 4 inch blade. Stirrer- Blend cocktails thoroughly; expands up to 6inch. The strainer- Separate ice from liquid as you pour. The corkscrew- Uncork your favorite bottle of wine. The bottle opener-Pop the top off a beer or mixer.

How long is the knife on the Bar10der?

Answer

The knife on the Bar10der is 4 inches long. Perfect for slicing and dicing fruits and ingredients you desire. If you need to slice your finishing garnishes this knife will do the job. 

What measurements does the jigger serve?

Answer

The Bar10der offers both a 15ml and 30ml pour. This complies with the average UK thimble measurements, to make classic cocktails as desired. Use the larger  jigger for a boozier cocktail or the smaller jigger for the subtle alcoholic touches.

Can I put my Bar10der in the dishwasher?

Answer

The Bar10der should be hand washed only with soap and water after each use. Do not place in your dishwasher or use harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaning powders or scouring pads. Let air dry or use a soft cloth or paper towel.

What is the Bar10der made of?

Answer

We use high-quality stainless steel, durable rubber and BPA-free plastic in the construction of the Bar10der.

What does BPA-free mean?

Answer

BPA stands for bisphenol A. BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins since the 1960s. BPA has been controversial due to studies showing that the chemical can seep into food or beverages that come into contact with it. Rest assured, our product has no BPA whatsoever..

How do you garnish a cocktail?

Answer

Garnishes generally need to be prepared before the cocktail is mixed. Common, relatively simple garnishes for cocktails include maraschino cherries as well as citrus wedges, wheels, twists and spirals. Olives, cocktail onions and celery stalks are also commonly used for certain drinks..