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you can get it at Specs that I know of. It is appx 6" tall stainless steel, 3 piece complete with cup,straining lid, pour spout cover.

And it's only $7.00 us..

Shake the perfect martini, cosmo, etc... anytime! Space saving boat ware!
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The perfect cosmo

in your new shaker, be sure to wash first... hehe

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cut a nice juicy lime in half, squeeze juice 1 oz into cup.
add 2 between heaping and level teaspoons of sugar.
stir.
Add 3 oz room temp vodka
stir about 30 sec
add ice to the top
put lid with spout top on and shake well!! the outside should start to get frosty!!

Strain into your favourite highball glass, then add the ice is was made from! and as much more ice you need. Top off with OS Cranberry juice!!! stir! and Ahhhh!!!

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whats Specs? is this a regular martini shaker?
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whats Specs? is this a regular martini shaker?
Specs is a chain liquor store in Texas, popular in the Houston Galveston area.
This is like a mini martini shaker, I can put it in my purse! LOL and it's great!
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