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Monday February 4 2019 THE NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM, BIRMINGHAM


Barware PHA KitchEssentials


PHA KitchEssentials has launched a selection of barware from CellarDine, just in time for Christmas. Described as ‘fantastic gifts for wine lovers’, the products are: a set of three stainless steel wine stoppers, a stainless steel muddle, and a Rouge O2 wine breather by the glass, which fits into the bottle and aerates red wine as it pours.


u0151 651 2265 uwww.phakitchenessentials.co.uk


Auteur


Corkcicle Whiskey Wedge is described as ‘the coolest way to perfectly chill your favourite spirits, without watering them down’. Each unit contains one double old- fashioned whiskey glass and one silicone mould to create a wedge- shaped ice block. This melts much more slowly than traditional ice cubes, which keeps whiskey or other spirits at the perfect chilled temperature, helping to retain their full flavour without diluting them.


u01869 338751 uwww.auteurlimited.co.uk


Horwood


Judge has introduced a copa gin glass to its Glassware collection. Crafted in Poland, the Crystalline range has a glass for every drinking occasion, packed in sets of fours. They feature a stable foot and ample stem length to keep warm hands away from the bowl, of which there are three shapes for sparkling, white and red wine. The associated glasses (for water, juice or cocktails) are the Judge highballs and stemless.


u0117 940 0000 uwww.judgecookware.co.uk


T&G Woodware


T&G says: ‘Add a fun and laid-back feel to a bar, coffee or dining table this Christmas with Bar Coasters. Made from hevea and lasered with different slogans and words, they protect surfaces from hot mugs or glasses of your favourite tipple – and can be mixed and matched with our Bar Boards.’


u01275 841841 uwww.tg-woodware.com


Tradestock


This 65cl decorated gin & tonic glass offers ample capacity for mixers, ice and garnish. It is one of many gin and other drink specific shapes and capacities available as part of the Raising Spirits glassware concept and, with the festive season fast approaching, makes a suitable gift.


u01823 661717 uwww.tradestockltd.co.uk


KitchenCraft


KitchenCraft says: ‘The latest BarCraft lines offer inspired collections for both memorable entertaining and impulse purchase gifting - from elegant on-trend lustre glassware and iridescent copper-effect bar accessories to these fun stainless steel slogan tumblers, which are perfect for till-point stocking fillers.’


u0121 604 1111 uwww.kitchencraft.co.uk


October/November 2018 • HousewaresLive.net • twitter.com/Housewaresnews housewareslive.net | 27 Zoku


Zoku Naughty and Nice is described as a ‘playful BPA- and phthalate-free silicone ice mould that is great for your next get-together’. Once the mould is frozen, the user removes the icy words ‘naughty’ and ‘nice’ by inverting the silicone tray. Zoku says the mould is easy to fill and the ice is easy to remove.


u0116 234 4611 uwww.burton-mccall.co.uk/brand/zoku/


Elia


Elia describes this champagne/wine cooler & stand as ‘the perfect gift, adding a real sense of occasion when wine is served to the table’. The wine cooler is crafted from heavy gauge 18/10 stainless steel and polished to a mirror-finish. The tripod stand, which can be purchased separately, features a stainless steel chain to ensure all sides of the champagne cooler are held securely. After use, the stand folds together for ease of storage.


u020 8998 2100 uwww.elia.co.uk


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