July 25, 2012
Rosendahl Lemon Tap
Ooh, I like this a lot.
No moving parts, for one thing.
You say "joe, you're not seeing it correctly: the whole thing has to move relative to the lemon in order for it to work."
I say the thing itself is not a part of the device.
True, it's part of the big picture, but we're speaking strictly here.
The we way like it.
When you've got the juice you need, you leave the squeezer in situ.
Below, excerpts from a 2010 review in The Impertinent Pea.
An elegant silver spiral, almost like an immaculate little metallic tuile.
It even comes in its own diginifed little black velvet box.
It took a bit of figuring out, but I soon realised that this was something called a "lemon tap" by Rosendahl.
One end has a sharpened blade which slides easily into the bottom of a lemon, and as you gently squeeze, a tidy little trickle of juice prettily follows the curves of the spiral down.
The best thing: no seeds!
The only drawback is that if you're an over-enthusiastic lemon squeezer like myself who goes at a lemon like it owes me money, you'll end up splitting the lemon from the bottom up.
Otherwise, fantastically well thought-out design.
The stainless steel implement costs A$55 (lemon not included).
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