The design of the classic cobbler shaker is steeped in history. Invented in 1884 by Edward Hauck in the USA, it’s simple and compact design has stood the test of time. It was named after the Sherry Cobbler, which was one of the first alcoholic drinks to require shaking. This all-in-one tool with mixing tin, inbuilt strainer and cap has always been the most popular with Japanese bartenders.
Material: Stainless Steel