These new products are a favourite here at Root7 as we love anything that cuts down the time it takes to make delicious cocktails! Whether your favourite tipple is a Martini, Margarita or Mojito we have the tool for you.
Each Cocktail Master has a jigger, knife and strainer, but the individual tools vary according to the needs of three specific cocktails; the martini, the margarita and the mojito. The Martini Master features a channel knife/zester and reamer, the Margarita Master features a salt rimmer and reamer and the Mojito Master features a mint cutter and muddler.
If you’re looking for a taste of Cuba then the Mojito master is the tool for you. With the use of the Mojito master making Cuba’s most iconic drink is simple and fun. Use the mint cutter to break up your bunch of mint, mix it with sugar in a tall glass and use the muddler to combine the sugar and mint. Next you need to cut your limes with the built in knife and squeeze the juice of half a lime into the glass with the sugar and mint. Pour out 2 measures of white rum with the Mojito Master’s jigger and add to your glass. Top up with soda water and relax in the knowledge that you only have to wash up one tool rather than 5!
Whether you like your Martinis shaken or stirred, mastering making the secret service’s most popular cocktail is now super easy. Use the Martini Master’s jigger to measure two shots of Gin and one of vermouth, add into your cocktail spinner (yes, we disagree with your cocktail mixing methods Mr Bond!) with lots of ice, after the gin and vermouth are mixed together pour into a classic martini glass and use the handy zester to create a beautiful garnish for your Martini. Add an olive for an authentic look.
Apparently margaritas are America’ favourite cocktail, if you agree with the Americans and you fancy making a few margaritas at home then we’re here to help with the Margarita Master. Use the Margarita Master’s jigger to measure out 1 shot of Tequila and Cointreau and add to a cocktail spinner or shaker, use the reamer to juice 1 lime and add it to the Tequila and Cointreau with a handful of ice. Shake for 10-15 seconds. Take your margarita glass and wet the edges of the glass with the salt rimmer and dip the glass in salt. Strain into your glass and enjoy!