"Cheap knife but looks and feels it too."
Doug - London, 15th January '13
"On the whole this is quite a nice knife. Very sharp, solidly built and the peeler is perfect for preparing garnishes.
My only criticism, and the reason it's not 5 stars, is that the protruding peeler tool can get in the way when slicing larger fruits (lemons, say). But this is ideal for garnishes and limes."
Samuel Shields - Manchester, 29th September '12
"From a few reviews I read initially I was reticent at first from buying this cheaply priced little item but thankfully I was pleasantly surprised. Yes, it does take some practice to get used to it and there are other factors to consider (thickness of the skin on the piece of fruit you're going to use, how steady your hand is and how long a twist you're going to make) when putting it to use but with regular use and practise it doesn't take long to create nice looking garnishes for your cocktails. Its a good idea though once you've a twist created to wrap it round a skewer and freeze it slightly as it helps it hold its shape longer and doesn't unwrap so quickly. All in all though another nice item from www.drinkstuff.com. Oh and sorry about the photo I forgot to put the knife in but the twist was created by it!"
Gareth Hinds - Portaferry, Northern Ireland, 13th August '12
Drinkstuff says: Many thanks for your review Gareth. As a thank you we've added 10 points to your drinkstuff account, which is equivalent to £10 off your next order.
"A nice looking bar knife, although I haven't had a chance to use it yet."
Chris Small - Spain, 7th August '12
"I highly recommend this twist peeler knife! I had another type before this to create lemon twists for cocktail garnishes but was struggling to dig into the fruits skin and therefore failing to make complete circles. With this knife it's a doddle and the handle feels nice and smooth in the hand whilst also looking quite professional. Thanks drinkstuff.com!"
Paul D - Brighton, 21st May '12