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Made from seamless tube for completely smooth interior
Measurements stamped on exterior for clear identification
Heavy gauge 18-8 stainless steel will not pit, corrode or affect taste
Securely welded bottom
Satin finish interior and exterior for greater durability
Another way to measure spirits and wine portions quickly and accurately. A large variety of sizes for almost any measure required
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Barfly manufactures barware for the professional bartender and home enthusiast. From prep to garnish, Barfly's full line of barware essentials and accessories are constructed for durability and designed for precision, control and consistency.
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Barfly Thimble Measure, 125 ml., Stainless Steel
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