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Bar Spoons

Bar Spoons come in various styles and materials, such as stainless steel, copper, or gold-plated, and they can be a stylish addition to a bartender’s toolkit.

They typically have a length of around 10 to 12 inches (25 to 30cm) to easily reach the bottom of Mixing Glasses and tall Cocktail Shakers.

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Uses For Bar Spoons And Mixing Spoons

A Bar Spoon is a specialised long-handled spoon used in bartending for various purposes. It typically has a twisted handle and a flat, disc-like end.

Bar Spoons are a versatile tool in cocktail making and are often used for the following purposes:

  1. Stirring: Bar Spoons are primarily used for gently stirring cocktails in a mixing glass. The twisted handle and long design allow for precise stirring and mixing of ingredients without excessive agitation, which can dilute or change the texture of the drink.
  2. Layering: Bartenders use Bar Spoons to create layered cocktails, such as a Black and Tan or a Pousse-Café. The flat end of the spoon is placed on top of the liquid, and the subsequent ingredient is carefully poured over it to create distinct layers.
  3. Measuring: Some Cocktail Spoons have built-in measurement markings on the handle, often in increments like teaspoons and tablespoons, making them a convenient tool for measuring ingredients when preparing cocktails.
  4. Muddling: While not their primary purpose, Bar Spoons with flat ends can also be used for light muddling of ingredients like herbs, sugar cubes, or fruit at the bottom of a glass.