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Wooden Cocktail Muddler

Wooden Cocktail Muddler

Regular price $18.00
Regular price Sale price $18.00
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Channel your inner bartender with this handsome wooden muddler. 11" long and carved in five species: cherry, walnut, spalted hackberry, ambrosia maple*, and white oak. 

In the small rural community of Olivehill, Tennessee (population 675), Joseph and a few neighbors make rolling pins, biscuit cutters, bowls, utensils, and other kitchen essentials that are works of "functional art." True to the intention, his work is beautiful, timeless, and upscale, but ready for down home cooking.

All wood used for cooking tends to dry out overtime, even when hand washed. Apply our Wood Wax to keep your heirloom utensils looking new for a lifetime. Simply apply wax by hand, wait 15 minutes, and buff with a rag for a beautiful matte finish.

*Ambrosia Maple- our remaining stock of this muddler variety has more character than the one pictured.


11" long

Materials & Care

Cherry, walnut, spalted hackberry, and maple.

Hand wash with warm water and unscented soap if needed. Do not soak. Wood products are not dishwasher safe.

Maintenance: All wood used for cooking tends to dry out overtime. Periodically apply our food-grade Wood Wax to keep your heirloom utensils and boards looking new for a lifetime. Simply apply wax by hand, wait 15 minutes, and buff with a rag for a beautiful matte finish.

Shipping & Packaging

Shipping is always free for orders over $100 (domestic US). A $9 flat rate applies otherwise.

We use 100% compostable and recyclable packing supplies— paper (in multiple forms) being the most common. Apart from the clear protective sleeves for our art prints, we never use plastic.


Undamaged/unused products may be returned within 14 days of purchase for a full refund on the original payment method. 

Some products – due to final clearance, weight, or fragility – are not eligible for return (will be noted in the product description).

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