COCKTAIL STIRRERS / SWIZZLE STICKS
Gmark Gmark 6 Inch Plastic Round Top Swizzle Sticks 100 ct Clear, Ball Head Stirrer 100 Pack GM1003D
Brand: GmarkColor: ClearFeatures: Specs: 6" Packaging: Total of 100 pieces in a box. The 6-inch ball head stirrer is perfect for cocktail long drinks like Gin Tonic or Singapore Sling as a stirrer. Another perfect drink is ice lemon tea with fresh lemon slices for which the ball head stirrer can be used as a lemon squeezer to add taste as well. Made of high quality plastic, features a simple, popular and contemporary design. model number: GM1003DPart Number: GM1003DDetails: When we treat friends to party, many a time we need more than one tool to serve our cocktails, drinks and snacks. The Three Musketeers is the answer. It comes with 6 inch ball head plastic stirrers, 5 3/4 inch plastic sip stirrers and 6 inch plastic prism picks, all in a characteristic color black.Package Dimensions: 6.4 x 2.8 x 1.7 inches
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Swizzle sticks are popular accessories used to stir and mix drinks. They can be used to decorate highball drinks and are commonly found in tiki drinks. Drinks with different densities can benefit from this tool as they can mix the drinks again if it settles.
How to Use a Swizzle Stick
- Add all your ingredients to your serving glass.
- Push your swizzle stick to the bottom of the glass.
- Press your hands together with the swizzle stick in the middle.
- Rub your hands back and forth to mix your drink.
The Difference Between a Swizzle Stick and Bar Spoon
The one function of a swizzle stick is to mix a drink without disturbing its surface. Swizzle sticks can also be used for decoration on your cocktail. On the other hand, bar spoons can be used for stirring, measuring, and giving better control with your pours.
Drinks That Use a Swizzle Stick
To make a rum swizzle, you’ll need dark rum, white rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, Grenadine, and angostura bitters. Mix dark rum, white rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, and Grenadine in a mixing glass. Pour the rum swizzle in a serving glass and add a splash of bitters. Garnish it with a swizzle stick to finish the look.
Queen’s Park Swizzle
This drink bears a strong resemblance to mojitos, but the Queen’s Park Swizzle uses bitters to enhance its taste. The drink consists of lime juice, Demerara Simple Syrup, and mint leaves mixed in a highball glass. A dash of Angostura Aromatic Bitters to finish the taste and a swizzle stick for customers to mix the drink.
- Watermelon Swizzle
For this drink, you need crushed ice for that refreshing taste. In a highball glass, muddle some basil, add rum, watermelon juice, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup, and crushed ice. Mix it with a swizzle stick, add Aperol and more crushed ice. Garnish and leave the swizzle stick for mixing later.