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Muddle

Original name of MDL.
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A proper muddler -- a longer and thinner utensil than your average pestle that fits into the tall glass in which a mojito is served -- is also a good buy.
Put the berries, sugar syrup and lime juice into a glass and muddle the ingredients by crushing them in the glass with a muddler or pestle (or similar).
One of those will be a 20th anniversary NW Fly Tyers & Fly Fishing Expo poster, around which muddler minnow flies crafted by Nelson and several other participating tyers will be mounted.
Several pre-mixed cocktails have been launched this year including Tapio cocktails, Muddler Cocktails and a range of premix cocktail bases called Freestyle.
Using return on assets, all three best-cost groups, the low-cost group, and the higher performing muddler group outperformed differentiators.
Flexible and non-porous, the silicone base doesn't absorb odors or flavors in the way a traditional wooden muddler would.
A muddler is used to crush an ingredient so that its oils and other flavor components are released.
If you don't manage your money at all, don't plan ahead or keep a record of your spending, you're a Muddler.
Patterns: Mini Cat's Whisker, Bibio, Mini Muddler, Dry Sedge.
FLY BOX Derwent: Bibio, Daddy, Hopper, Black Muddler, Black Pennell, Damsel Nymph, Shipman's Buzzer.