The Home Cocktail Revolution
How many times have you thought about mixing up a batch of classic cocktails at home, and been frustrated by the amount of time all of the pouring and measuring takes to get the perfect drink? Introducing the answer to your prayers: The ReJigger. Inventor Marcus Wang has created a new cocktail-measuring tool to simplify the mixing process, so you can get to the drinking faster.
"So, if you're aiming for those Margaritas, you pour Cointreau, tequila, and lime juice in each of the compartments, following the color-coded recipe guide. It's sort of like Painting by Numbers, but instead of paint, there's booze, and instead of a pretty picture at the end, you've got a pretty cocktail. The Rejigger then caps onto a standard pint glass so you can shake the drink, and then works as a strainer to get the chilled cocktail into your serving glass."
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