Ice Bag and Mallet
- Handmade From Strong Raw Waxed Canvas
- High-quality wooden Mallet Made For Crushing Ice For Speciality Cocktails
- Perfect Addition To Any Bar
- Classic and Attractive Handmade Design
- Durable and Easy to Store
Length: 7 Inches
Height: 11.7 Inches
Width: 0.1 Inch
Length: 4.75 Inches
Height: 1.8 Inches
Width: 12 Inches
Durable Canvas, Mallet Available in Catalox, Conacaste or Maleiro wood
USE & CARE
Hand wash or use delicate machine wash, not to be mixed with other colors. Treat and polish with a reputable paste wax to enhance the beauty of the wood grain.
PRODUCTION & DESIGN
This is the perfect addition to any bar and a thoughtful gift for any budding or professional mixologist. Just add the ice, crush away and craft the best cocktails for your friends and family. Great for on holiday for the room's minibar, or at home for the adventurous in-house concoctions. The finely carved wooden Mallet is finished and sealed with a natural, non-toxic oil that gives it a beautifully rich shine.
Our favorite poison is none other than the Old Fashioned. However that wasn't always its name, as it was first referred to back in 1806 as the aptly described"Bittered Sling". It was around that time that the first documented appearance of the word "cocktail" was first used in an article in an issue of a popular New York magazine. A letter sent in from a reader was simply asking what the definition of the word was, today we all know too well what it means. Cocktails deserve respect, so make sure you have the right tools at hand when you're crafting your next drink with this attractive, hand-made Canvas Ice Bag.
Our canvas comes from the highly respected supplier Lonas Segovia, the oldest canvas maker in Guatemala. The seams are sewn using bonded nylon thread with a burned and melted finish offering no loose ends during your travel.
Our lumber is sourced from the high-quality timber yards and sawmills of nearby Chimaltenango, with a variety of grains and colors to suit all tastes. All of our timbers undergo a careful kiln drying method to carefully lessen the moisture content, leaving just enough so that it can suitably adapt to the relative humidity in your home.