• St. George Strainer - Gold Plated
  • St. George Strainer - Gold Plated

St. George Strainer - Gold Plated

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  • The gold St. George Strainer is a classic rendition of the cocktail strainer with fine details that make all the difference. The Gold St. George strainer is a take on the classic Hawthorne strainer, which was
    patented in the late 1800s and followed the popularity of the Julep strainer. The coil used in the Hawthorne strainer is effective and easily cleaned and allows it to fit many different glass sizes which helped to build its popularity. Today a quality Hawthorne strainer is an absolute necessity in any bartender or cocktail enthusiast’s kit.

    The St. George Strainer is available in a selection of 4 beautiful finishes – stainless steel, copper, gold, and gunmetal black. The elegant design means this strainer is as beautiful as it is effective. The tight coil ensures a snug fit in a mixing glass or Boston shaker, while the dual prongs help to securely secure the strainer against the glass or shaker. The crossed perforations allow for a smooth, seamless pour for your cocktail. This classic strainer is used by top bartenders and home enthusiasts across the country, and it is always highly rated by our customers.

    If you’re looking for a great cocktail recipe to try out your new St. George Strainer, we suggest trying the following:

    The Bee’s Knees

    This classic gin cocktail is thought to have popped up during prohibition. It is a simple yet
    an elegant cocktail that is bright, fresh, and perfect for winding down a summer evening.


     2 oz gin
     ¾ oz fresh lemon juice
     ½ oz honey syrup*

    Combine all ingredients in a shaker. Add ice and shake vigorously until chilled. Strain into a
    chilled professional series coupe glass and enjoy!

    Pro-tip – you can adjust the levels of lemon juice and honey syrup to suit your taste. Don’t be afraid to experiment until you find the perfect combination for you!

    To make the honey syrup, simply combines two parts, honey, to one part boiling water. Stir to combine until the two consistency is smooth and the honey and water are completely mixed. Store in a mason jar to cool and keep refrigerated.

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