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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2008
At 11", you won't loose these in the drink! The spoon bowl is small (11/16" wide) and slips easily between ice cubes. They're nicely shaped, and sold individually. For a matching "iced tea" spoon with shorter handle and larger bowl, try the Berlino Long Drink Spoon.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2012
Purchased this for making cocktails and it is a good looking spoon with decent balance. The only major issue is how small the concave section of the spoon is. It barely catches the ice and cannot be used like a traditional bar spoon (for measuring) because of it's size. Overall, good product for the price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 7, 2014
I ordered this item after trying to find a bar spoon more suited to Layered Shots. While I will not suggest it for that use, I have found this to be a very well made spoon.

Whenever I think of this spoon compared to my other bar spoons, the two attributes which stick in my mind are how sturdy it is (taking it in two hands you could still bend it, however it won't come out bent after mixing an icy drink like some other spoons will), and how smooth it is. My other spoons feel as if they were punched out of a sheet of metal, then bend to their current purpose without any work done to mitigate hard/sharp edges. This spoon feels as if it were actually made by a craftsman, smoothed and polished to a sheen as opposed to stamped out and mass produced.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
TOP 100 REVIEWERon January 6, 2015
This is the must-have kitchen product that I never even knew existed until recently. Being a little younger, I was born after the days in which you went to a restaurant and they would mix a soft drink in front of you, using a specific tool to mix it. This tool, commonly referred to as a drink spoon, is a very useful product. This specific drink spoon, made by RSVP, is a very high-quality product and I feel that this solid build-quality justifies its premium pricing over other drink spoons.

When mixing liquids, having a tool that is long enough to reach the bottom of taller containers, small enough to fit in narrow containers, slim to minimize dripping, and made of a durable material that is flavor-neutral is a very useful tool to have. I brew a lot of tea in my Chemex. The reason for this is because it is borosilicate glass and therefore it does not modify the flavor of even acidic drinks. Most of my spoons that are small & tall are made of plastic. The high-heat of stirring brewing tea & the tea's acidity seems to cause a plastic spoon to modify the taste of the tea, resulting in an astringent aftertaste. Wood also wasn't the best pick, since it has many pores and food-grade oils do not seal them well when exposed to boiling water. So I needed a specialized tool for this purpose since I drink over a liter of tea a day and am constantly making it.

My parents suggested I get a long neck soda spoon, as commonly used by "soda jerks" in years past. The material I wanted was a stainless steel with strong corrosion-resistant properties. You can find these soda spoons here on Amazon for as little as a dollar. However, I opted for the RSVP based on my experience with some of their other products. I am very satisfied with the construction quality of their products, and the performance of their 18/8 stainless (AKA 30x SS.) It is strong & it does a good job at resting corrosion, even when exposed to corrosion-friendly environments (as common in cooking.) As this is a tool I use daily and will use for decades, the price premium for going for RSVP's product was worth it to me, and after seeing the quality of it first-hand, I am glad I chose it.

The 11 inch length for me is PERFECT. As you can see in the pictures, it is deep enough for my Chemex and standard-sized pitchers, but is not so long that is becomes bulky/awkward to move. The handle is slightly flared, as is the spoon portion. Both are still very slim, and that makes it easy to maneuver. It also makes this a very easy product to store. Beyond drinks, this is great for stirring boiling liquids on a stove since it's slim design reduces dripping & its stainless construction makes it ideal for use with boiling and/or acidic liquids.

Cleaning is very easy. The high-polish finish is so smooth that it makes cleaning easier, and this drink spoon holds up just fine with dishwasher cleaning. Like other stainless products, occasional cleaning with Bar Keeper's Friend will remove hard water spotting, staining, scratching, and initial corrosion, restoring the factory-new cosmetic finish.

Overall, I highly recommend RSVP's Drink Spoon. While a little more expensive than other drink spoons available here on Amazon, it has a solid construction & a great functional design, which will give you decades of good usage.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on June 17, 2013
I bought this spoon to use for getting crystalized honey from a COSTCO's 5lb honey container. This long spoon works perfectly. The design of this spoon is simple and I really like how small the spoon head is (it fits in a narrow opening of a container).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 23, 2006
I was looking all over for LONG spoons to use with my frozen blended drinks in tall glasses. Regular long "tea" spoons just weren't long enough. Then I finally found these and ordered a bunch of them. The bowls of the spoons are smaller than regular teaspoons but the handles are long enough to stir all the way to the bottom of a very tall summery beverage. Who "eats" a drink, anyway! These are just super and I highly recommend them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2013
It's fine for home use, but definitely not for professional bar use. It's too light, not balanced and the bowl of the spoon is too short, narrow and shallow to be effective as it needs to be for either stirring or measuring.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2012
This was a Christmas present for my sister, a chef, and she gave it her approval. Especially noted the narrow head for some narrower glasses she has.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 17, 2013
It's a spoon. Does what it says.. stirs up stuff. Looks kinda pretty doing it, too! Would definitely buy again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 14, 2013
Phenomenal. I bought as a stir spoon for mixing cocktails. Perfect length. the bowl of the spoon is excellent for measuring out just small amounts of cocktail ingredients when you less than a full bar spoon's worth. The handle itself is rounded so it rolls easily in your hand as your stir the cocktail, but the tail end flares out to give it a better hold and looks better. The weight of the spoon is perfect, not too flimsy or light. Highly recommended for cocktails to stir.
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