For the fast and accurate dispensing of spirits and other cocktail ingredients, our Copper Jigger is an essential piece of equipment for any bar. This double-sided bar tool allows for the speedy and accurate measurement of ingredients to create perfect, balanced drinks. Embellished with Absolut Elyx’s ornate damask design, our Jigger is an essential bartending tool that partners perfectly with our Copper Boston Shaker and Mixing Glass.
Providing measurements from 0.5 Oz all the way up to 2.0 Oz – our Copper Jigger provides total precision, meaning perfectly crafted cocktails every time.
It is elegantly presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box with copper damask detailing, making it an ideal gift for any cocktail enthusiast.
Contains: 1 x copper-plated Jigger
Dimensions of the Jigger:
Height: 4.92" – 12.5 cm
Width: 1.81" – 4.6 cm
Length: 1.81" – 4.6 cm
Weight: 0.11 pounds – 49 grams
Capacity: 1.01 & 2.03 fluid ounces – 60 & 30 ml
Dimensions of the Gift Box:
Height: 5.39" – 13.7 cm
Width: 2.28" – 5.8 cm
Length: 2.28" – 5.8 cm
Weight: 0.31 pounds – 140 grams
Crafted from premium stainless steel, which is then copper-plated zinc sealed with an FDA-approved food-safe lacquer and hand-polished. It is elegantly presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box with copper damask detailing, making it an ideal gift for any cocktail enthusiast.
Please wash in warm soapy water before use. Not dishwasher safe. Hand-wash only and do not soak. Do not use abrasive cleaning products and always dry thoroughly. Intended for use with mixed drinks only.
Back in the dark days of the mid-19th century, before the bartender’s armory of tools had been invented and perfected, measuring out the ingredients to create a mixed drink was a messy and haphazard process. In most cases, bartenders would simply use a sherry or wine glass to roughly recreate a recipe. The double-sided jigger, patented in 1893, changed all that.
First employed during the Gilded Age, the cocktail jigger, or bar jigger, is an hourglass-shaped tool that enables bartenders to accurately measure the small quantities of liquid needed to mix a wide variety of drinks. The effect of the jigger’s invention was revolutionary. Suddenly a cocktail recipe could be relayed around the world and recreated according to precise measurements, delivering a uniform, standardized flavor. The art of mixing was born.