• Birdy mixing tin by Erik Lorincz
  • Birdy mixing tin by Erik Lorincz
  • Birdy mixing tin by Erik Lorincz
  • Birdy mixing tin by Erik Lorincz
  • Birdy mixing tin by Erik Lorincz

BIRDY Mixing Tin by Erik Lorincz

€92.00
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The Birdy by Erik Lorincz Mixing Tin may be the last mixing glass you’ll ever buy. Compared to a fragile glass version, it chills faster, blends better and increases aeration. Each tin is micro polished by hand to achieve an ideal surface smoothness to within 0.2 microns to help bartenders produce better tasting drinks.

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Mixing Tin

The Ultimate Tin

World's first mixing tin using proprietary polishing technology that helps to maximize the chilling of the drink and regulate the dilution of the ice.

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MT540 Dimensions: W82 mm × H120 mm, 540 ml, 220 g / Material: 18-8 Stainless Steel, Micro-polished by hand
MT800 Dimensions: W97 mm × H140 mm, 800 ml, 300 g / Material: 18-8 Stainless Steel, Micro-polished by hand

Horizontal grain that stirs with you

Hand polished to produce a horizontal grain, the Birdy Mixing Tin allows your stirring motion to produce kinetic energy with the liquid and ice. A smooth and efficient stir means that cocktails blend better. Also, the 3% copper added to the stainless steel helps spirits open up to release deeper complexity.

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Optimal smoothness to aerate cocktails

The proprietary polishing technique used to craft Birdy Mixing Tins creates the ideal smoothness for producing the maximum quantity of fine air bubbles. This not only helps to aerate your spirits in the process of stirring, it also creates a better mouth feel.

Stainless steel is cool and doesn’t break

With just a few stirs, you’ll come to appreciate just how fast the Birdy Mixing Tin chills compared to glass, while the reduction in dilution allows you to produce noticeably more flavorful drinks. And unlike other metallic tins, the inside features mirror polishing to reduce sound for a pleasant cocktail making experience.

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