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Rather than trust a stranger with the particulars of our martinis and Manhattans, we’re inclined to take matters into our own hands when it comes to the custom blends we seek. Consisting of two tapered, conjoined stainless-steel cups, this jigger is an essential addition to any serious mixologist’s toolkit. Because what distinguishes a master from a mere amateur actually is quantifiable.
Bought this for my boyfriends birch box. He's a fan of his box every month. This was and extra fun find that we use all the time. Who can't use a jigger!!!5
I have been looking to add a nice jigger to my bar tools and couldn't find one that was classy and useful. I came across this on Birchbox and bought it right away. Made of stainless steel, it is a great looking piece that does its job perfectly. Great addition to anybody looking to step up their drinking game!5
Classy gift for my favorite bartender. I put this together with the whisky stones, Bicycle cards and some other BB items for a thank you gift for a relative. Everything was very well liked.5
I got this for my dad to put at his bar and it looks great. I have been trying to find one of these that isn't ridiculously expensive. I like that the measurements are etched onto the sides and the pewter looks great, great product!5
I always keep an eye out for professional-grade bar gear since I am a bartender by trade, and I was pleased to find a jigger of great quality for an unbelievably low price. This is of the same weight and feel as the jigs we use in a 5-star restaurant's bar, and I didn't have to go through a commercial supplier to get it! Thanks a bunch!5
I bought this as the price was right and it looked like it was decent quality. I was satisfied with the product that I received, and it washes well in the dishwasher.4
I bought several of these as a gift for the bar tenders in my life. But, I expected a little higher quality from W&P brand. I do think it is stainless steel, but it feels less expensive. Still, a jigger is a jigger and as long as it measure booze, I'll be OK.3