Wednesday, December 3, 2014

BTipsy Muddler Review & Recipes #BtipsyCocktailMuddler


BTipsy Muddler Review + Recipes

#BtipsyCocktailMuddler


This Cocktail Drink Muddler Is Excellent for Mashing Citrus Fruits Herbs and Spices and Is Perfect for Muddling Mint Leaves and Making Delicious Mojitos and Other Muddled Cocktails.

Why Choose the Btipsy Muddler Bar Tool as your first choice?

- Perfect for Muddling Mint Leaves and Making Delicious Mojitos and Other Cocktails 


- Excellent for Mashing Citrus Fruits Herbs and Spices 


- Unlike Other Chipper Muddlers That are Breaking or Rusting After a Few Uses, 

The Bitipsy Muddler is Made to Last and Will Remain in 100% Perfect Condition All the Way! 


- Grooved Nylon Head Doesn't Corrode or Pollute your Drink, Unlike Wooden Lacquered Muddlers 

- Easy to clean and dishwasher safe! (However hand washing is recommended)

In Just 3 Easy Steps

1- Cut the lemon in half 
2- Place the lemon downwards into the squeezer (The shell is on the top) 
3- Squeeze the juice







What drinks can you make with a Muddler? 



Mojito



Ingredients

  • 6 to 10 Mint Leaves
  • 1/2 Lime
  • 2 oz. Light Rum
  • 1 oz. Simple Sugar
  • Ice
  • Club Soda

Instructions

Place mint leaves and lime wedges in glass. Gently muddle mint and lime. Add rum, simple sugar and ice. Fill remainder of glass with club soda and mix.

Old Fashioned

Ingredients

  • 1 Sugar cube
  • 2 dashes of Bitters
  • 1 Orange wedge
  • 1 Maraschino Cherry
  • 2 oz. Bourbon Whiskey
  • 1 Splash of Water
  • Ice

Instructions

Place sugar, bitters, orange and maraschino cherry in Old Fashioned glass. Muddle ingredients until juices are released. Add bourbon, water and ice then stir.


Mint Julep

Ingredients

  • 6 fresh mint leaves
  • 1 tablespoon granulated, superfine, or turbinado sugar
  • 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) cold water
  •  Ice, preferably crushed
  • 2 1/2 ounces (5 tablespoons) bourbon

Instructions

1. Use a muddler to crush the mint leaves and sugar together in the bottom of a silver julep cup or tall glass. (You want to gently press and turn the mint to release the leaves’ essential oils and accompanying taste and aroma. The objective is not to pound the mint into oblivion.) Add the water and stir until the sugar dissolves. (Superfine sugar will dissolve the quickest, granulated sugar may take a little extra stirring and patience, and turbinado sugar may result in a lovely caramel flavor but with a few undissolved crystals.)

2. Mound the cup or glass with ice. Pour the bourbon over the ice, but do not stir. Serve with a silver julep spoon if you want to be all fancy. If you’re not so into appearances, a straw will do the trick just fine.

Enjoy! I highly recommend the BTipsy Muddler, as it is the only way to make these drinks the right way!


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