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Looking for a quality julep strainer...

davis_sq_pro | Dec 7, 200805:43 AM

Heavy-gauge, preferably a single piece of steel rather than two welded together... Any suggestions? The ones I've acquired to date have been pretty rough, to say the least. Given that the average strainer costs $3-5 I can throw them out and get a new one after a while, but I would rather spend an extra few dollars and get something that will last, if such a thing is available.

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