"Mest" - Mini EST Shot Glasses

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Behold all Soy users and fans!


The all-hammered Soy "Mest" shot glass is actually a proportionally correct tiny copy of the massive Soy EST Stock Pot


Our copper shot glasses are all painstakingly hand-spun from pure heavy gauge 1,00mm copper, and exceed in quality any metallic shot glass made from copper in any other part of the world.


After this, the whole body is finely hammered, giving our product it's unique look and hardness, making the MEST look like nothing else.


Capacity: 4 cl


A few important advantages of having a copper shot glass over actual glass:


-The copper shot glasses are, since made from copper, thermally superconductive, so you can cool them down to sub-zero temperatures by just letting them sit a mere minute in your freezer, ideal for the summer.


-Copper is malleable and will not break like glass, in case of a fall.


-Our MEST Shot glasses come with a gorgeous inner silver lining (that handles prolongated contact with non-alcoholic shots better) that will last a lifetime.


 Now are we the only ones to think that "Mest" stands for "Mini-EST" or has it got a different meaning in Turkish and Persian?


Şerefe!! ("to the Honor!" / What we Turks say when we drink)



FINAL NOTE: The MEST Shooters can be made from Pure 999 Carat Solid Silver, please inquire for a quote.

  • Please contact us for use on induction
  • Do not use your Soy in the microwave, copper & silver are metals after all!
  • Do not use metal utensils or scratch your Soy as it will remove the platingHand-wash your Soy and do not put in the diswasher.
  • * Use mild dishwashing soap and do not use metal sponges or the green side of the sponge
  • Given the nature of the metal, both copper and silver will change color and tarnish as they get used & upon contact with air, water, and acidic ingredients.
  •  This is totally normal and doesn't affect cooking properties.
  • They are still safe to use and there is no health risks.
  • If you want to get them back to their original state, just rub your Soy with a lemon sliced in half, covered with table salt or baking soda.
  • Rinse it with warm water, dry it and voila!
  • As with cart-iron skillets, a light coating of oil before storing protects it over time.
  • This method works on both copper and silver.
  • You can also clean your Soy with ashes (cigarette ash, fireplace ash, etc.).You can also always use food-safe silver polish.
  • We recommend brands like Hagerty or Goddard's.
  • Please watch our video on how to clean your Soy products: