muddler


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mud·dler

 (mŭd′lər)
n.
1. A small pestlelike baton that is used to prepare mixed drinks by pressing ingredients, such as mint, against the bottom of a bowl or glass to release flavor. Also called muddle.
2. One who muddles.

muddler

(ˈmʌdlə)
n
1. a person who muddles or muddles through
2. (Brewing) US an instrument for mixing drinks thoroughly
Translations

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] Natolondrado/a m/f

muddler

n (= person)Tölpel m, → Dussel m (inf)

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] nconfusionario/a, pasticcione/a
References in classic literature ?
She called him a muddler and a slouch, and other invidious names, for his slackness and his disregard of healthful food.
So, darling Nutty, my precious Nutty, you poor boneheaded muddler, will you kindly think up at your earliest convenience some plan for politely ejecting this Mr Chalmers of yours from our humble home?--because if you don't, I'm going to have a nervous breakdown.'
They had been so unhappy, such muddlers, so wrong-headed, it seemed to her.
Method: Using a muddler, press the lime wedges, mint leaves and about 15ml of simple syrup in a jug to release the juice and essential oils.
The secret is to use a muddler to press the fresh mint into the syrup.
The Muddler was opened last December as the latest leisure offering from Danieli Holdings, the group which owns and operates Newcastle Stack, Yolo Ponteland and Yolo Townhouse alongside a security business and care division.
THE concept of the pan-Asian fusion menu at new restaurant The Muddler may have been lost on some Geordies.
The most successful patterns this week: Pheasant Till Nymph, Diawl Bach,Yellow Dancer, Ally McCoist, Mini Muddler, various Buzzers and Hoppers.
Gently bruise the mint leaves using a muddler. It's essential that you're gentle - if you crush the leaves you'll release bittertasting chlorophyll into the drink.
Patterns: Cut-throat Cat, Soldier Muddler, Diawl Bach.
MUDDLER: Not just for mojitos, a good muddler is vital for pulling out the essence of herbs, citrus, fruits, and other ingredients (think coffee beans or chiles) to infuse into drinks.