2er Set Cocktail-Stößel aus Buchenholz Die Caipirinha-Stößel aus naturbelassenem Buchenholz sind der ideale Begleiter für die Hobby- als auch Profi-Cocktailbar. Hauptsächlich für die Zerkleinerung von Limettenschalen und braunem Zucker für Caipirinhas hergestellt, eignen sich die Stößel außerdem hervorragend für das Zerkleinern von Früchten, Kräutern & Gewürzen im Cocktail-Mixer oder Rührglas. Durch den ergonomischen Stiel ist es ein leichtes, die zugehörigen Ingredienzien sicher und fein zu zerkleinern. Nicht nur als Stößel für Cocktails lassen sich die Crusher benutzen, sondern auch als Zerkleinerer für Tabletten. Maße pro Stück: Länge: ca. 22 cm Durchmesser: ca. 3,5 cm Material: Buchenholz, unbehandelt Farbe: Braun, Natur Lieferumfang: 2x Stößel wie oben beschrieben.
In Thailand we say “Gina Khao Diao Gan” which means "Let’s all enjoy a meal together". A typical phrase you’ll hear in a Thai home. Our team of real southern locals has put together a cooking class experience to remember. Set in a tranquil and secluded villa, we’ll share our open kitchen with you, and together we'll cook three traditional Thai meals focusing on authentic Thai culinary recipes passed down over the years from generation to generation. It will be a fun cooking class. Vastly different from the typical generic cooking school, at our kitchen you will love the intimate family atmosphere as you get closer to Thai history and enjoy authentic food. You may even like to take a dip with a cocktail in the built-in swimming pool beside the villa?
The Molotov cocktail, also known as the petrol bomb, gasoline bomb, or Molotov bomb, or simply Molotov, is a generic name used for a variety of improvised incendiary weapons. They are frequently used by rioters due to the relative ease of production.
Exquisite jewelled minaudieres, necessaires and compacts from the l8th to the 21st. centuries, photographed in great detail are set within the social and fashion contexts of their creation, through original archive photographs of the social leaders, the stars of the stage and cinema and the fashion leaders who carried these exquisite little accessories as indispensable adjuncts to their glamorous lives. These triumphs of the jewellers&#8217; art were designed to rest glittering on cocktail bars and grand dining tables. They were tiny but they were also extremely useful as is revealed in the form of their highly engineered interiors shown in detail here. These little boxes were capable of carrying everything a woman might need during the course of an evening which might start at the Ritz and end at Bricktop&#8217;s Jazz Club - everything from a lipstick, to a powder compact, to a comb, even a cigarette and lighter hence their generic name of &#8216;necessaire&#8217;.