Hey all - First off, I wanted to apologize for anyone that was sent a fraudulent tiny whisk. We only had 3,000 to sell in the first limited run, and when we ran out, new orders were supposed to become preorders for the wider product launch this spring. I was super bummed to learn that an overseas third party spoofed our UPC (I have no idea what that means, but I'm parroting it back to you), so that instead of becoming preorders, they were fulfilled by some company selling generic small whisks. Gibson and Amazon tried to fix it as quickly as they could, but by the time everyone realized what was going on, hundreds of orders had been placed and shipped.
Gibson is beginning to reach out to those who received fake whisks, but I believe they only have the contact info for folks who filed complaints with Amazon. So you will either receive an email from [email protected], or you can email them yourself, to get your legit Babish™®©™™® Tiny Whisks as soon as they ship this spring!
Apologies again for anyone that was inconvenienced or disappointed by the scammers, and I hope you can trust us when it comes time to release the full kitchenware line. In the next few weeks, I'll be announcing the official launch date and product lineup! I just got some of the official packaging last week, here's the Clef Knife, one of the many items coming in the line!
Looks like the shipments from Ireland have arrived! Managed to grab a Lustau Redbreast this morning here in Toronto (Liberty Village). Have a look online at the store levels.
Rebreast 15. Green Spot. Yellow Spot. Writer's Tears Red Head & Double Oak. Method and Madness. Pearse. Molly Malone.
All in stock.
Maybe there's some available near you!
Hey all. I like practically all whiskies—buttery Irish, bourbon, Islay scotch (Ardbeg and Lagavulin being my favorites). Now I’m looking into aged, dark rum, and since you all know more than I do, I’d like some advice.
I bought some Plantation Xaymaca, looking for some Jamaican funk and tried some last night. Realize, I like my stuff neat, rocks at the most. I had the Xaymaca neat, and it wasn’t bad. The smell and taste were both strong. It was manageable for me, but is it funk? I realize it may take time for me to sink into this style of rum, but is this a good, affordable representation of Jamaican rum? If not, what do you all recommend for this style of rum?
So I just got a bamboo whisk for making matcha tea (I used to do it with a fork). It was pricy but I thought it might be worth it. When I first submerged it into water I've noticed a weird smell/stink from it, is this normal? If not is there a way to clean it?
I'm looking for my fellow Indian Whisk(e)y nerds and enthusiasts to connect with.. Are any of you guys out there??
Everything I find is made in china.
Got hopeful over one company, then was suspicious about how they didn't say where their stuff was made. Customer service replied to my email asking where they manufacture their products with, "we use an eco-friendly facility in Shenzhen" and they've apparently "all been close with the owner for years and can't speak more highly of their ethics, both environmental and humanitarian."
Lol, sure dude.
Edit: I just got up or a glass of water and I didn't expect this to be so big! Thank you so much for the awards, everyone. <3
I'll keep those of you who wanted to know updated on how my omelette is in the morning. :-)
Edit: Per request, my thoughts are... whisking eggs is awesome. I was so excited by the consistency that I flipped my eggs early and made a terrible base for my cheese resulting in the worst looking (still delicious) omelette I think I've ever made but I approve... this was a whisk worth taking.
I always see people who make much I have a special Matcha wisk to mix in match but me on the other hand I’ve been using a chopstick... a single chopstick!!! it has not had a good outcome does anyone have any advice or any other exceptions other than a Matcha wisk I did order one on Amazon but I got my Matcha first and I’m going to get the whisk in two weeks and I cannot wait 😔