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Soy silver lined cocktail shaker question

OaklandGal | Jan 8, 202105:30 PM     1

I know this is unnecessary and rather ridiculous, but does anyone happen to have the Soy copper cocktail shaker that’s lined with silver? I was wondering about the effects of vigorous shaking with ice cubes on the silver plated lining? When I shake a cocktail I do it until I can barely hold the shaker anymore due to the chill and fatigue (I like’em icy cold). Soy says the silver plating is 50u of pure silver, which I believe is so thin it could be damaged by the end of the first shake, which is why it would be crazy to purchase this, just because it’s gorgeous.

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