Wednesday, 21.2.2018

Bar10der Always Be Prepared


As a man of the world, you know as well as anyone how important it is to be prepared for any eventuality.

Scouts founder Lord Baden-Powell was on to something when he coined that phrase in 1906, and today’s modern gents pride themselves on their ability to adapt to changing circumstances and being able to change plans at a whim. That’s why mates headed out on the town rarely have an exit strategy at the end of the festivities, because with any luck it’s not your friends you’ll be headed home with. And that preparation should extend to your own home bar.

Enter the Bar10der, the McGyver of mixology, the Swiss army blade of bloody marys. With ten different and vital bartending tools, this is the ultimate cocktail companion; there’s a muddler for those essential mojitos, a razor-sharp knife and reamer (get your mind out of the gutter!) as well as a strainer, a bottle opener, a zester, a channel knife, and a jigger so you can serve up perfect concoctions at home or on the go. Presented in a gift box complete with its own cocktail guide, the Bar10der features an ergonomic non-slip rubber handle and an eye-catching colour scheme, guaranteeing this will be the first thing you pack for the summer junks, picnics, hikes, and moonlight skinny dips ahead.

“To be prepared is half the victory.” – Miguel de Cervantes

Available in four colours
From US$29.99


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