In case you like your cocktails professionally stirred versus shaken then you will love William Grant & Sons-owned blended Scotch whisky brand Monkey Shoulder’s recreation of the 1930s Konga Shaker. The re-creation was initially a limited edition piece to be used in select bars across the UK, but was offered to a wider audience at the 2016 Tales of the Cocktail marketplace.
The Konga Shaker, features rotating handles that allow cocktails to made using a rolling rather than shaking motion and due to mainstream shakers fell out of favor of bartenders.
Monkey Shoulder’s latest version of the Konga Shaker retains a stainless steel cylinder and red plastic handles, with the modern addition of sieve, or strainer.
The Konga Shaker is larger than a typical cocktail shaker and allows bartenders to create between three and four cocktails at one time, to which we say: More drink less wait time? Yes, Please!
The product follows the launch of Monkey Shoulder’s iSpoon in 2014 – an extendable bar spoon
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