If life hands you lemons.
Make the most of those juicy citrus fruits with this glass reamer. The unique design catches the juice while you twist, while the spout catches those pesky seeds. That gorgeous milky jade shade? It’s not painted on—the color is in the glass itself, through a technique introduced first in the early 1940s and reintroduced by Mosser in 1990.
Their pink, green, and grey glass gets us all googly-eyed, but we were itching for something to call our very own. So we asked nicely, and Mosser agreed to let us have our own exclusive color! We were beyond flattered, this being the first time ever that Mosser has mixed up a special color for anyone. We dreamt up a glossy, not-too-bright, not-too-deep blue and you helped us pick out the name Chelsea, after our neighborhood in New York City. Our juicer gets every last drop out of your citrus and conveniently collects the juice in its base. The pour spout cascades a steady stream into your waiting sauce or soup.
Photography by Mark Weinberg, Rocky Luten & Alpha Smoot
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