Blade length: 11cm
This knife is manufactured in Switzerland is sharp-edged and it is suited for cutting lime, ornamention and the loved Sunday roll. This handy knife is due to your hand although it is wet because the surface is slightly rough. At the end of the handle, you
Blade length: 3,7cm
With this zester you easily prepare thin citrus fruit peel stripes without any bitter constituents.
Prepare vegetables and fruits with this valuable Victorinox zester. Whether you get so called zests which are thin and which do not have any bitter constituents or you place ornaments on the
This premium bar knife combines essential cutting elements with stunning aesthetics and an ergonomic design. 11,4 cm high grade 18/8 steel blade and a premium Swiss Pear wood handle.
Recommend hand washing.
Blade length: 25cm
Normally chefs use a confectioner's knife for pastries of all kinds. But nowadays bartenders and chefs use this kind of knife for fruits, bread and pastries likewise. Therefore we heartly recommand this Victorinox knife to you.
This handy knife is due to your hand although it
En mindre model av skärbräda tillverkad i Polyethylene (etenplast, termoplast). Materialet funkar i diskmaskin och är till för att användas med livsmedel då det inte tar till sig smaker.
En större model av skärbräda tillverkad i Polyethylene (etenplast, termoplast). Materialet funkar i diskmaskin och är till för att användas med livsmedel då det inte tar till sig smaker.
Length (cm): 42
Length of blade (cm): 28
Material: stainless steel
Weight (g): 370
Create an unforgettable evening for your guests! With this champagne saber you can, with a little practice, knock off the bottle head and cork from the champagne bottle. Of course this also works with other sparkling wines. The technique is called 'Sabrage' and the
Length (cm): 57,0Length of blade (cm): 45,0Material: steel, brass-Product for order, aprox 7-10 days delivery timeThe tradition of the Sabrage technique was founded in France. A victory during the Russian campaign was reason enough for Napoleon to celebrate. He used his Briquet-sabre to knock off the bottleneck. 200 years later, Sabrage is still