Beautiful Glassware for Every Type of Drink
The two key factors to making any type of drink taste better are their enhanced aroma and correct temperature. If you have prepared a perfectly measured cocktail, using a glass with the appropriate size of the mouth can help release the right aroma and if you are serving a fine liquor, the right type of drinking vessel can help warm it up or let it stay cool. Simply put, using the right kind of glassware is sure to bring your tasting experience to the next level.
Cocktail glasses may come in a variety of style and sizes but usually with large mouths that allow the nose of the drinker to get close to the surface of the drink and fully enjoy its taste and aroma at the same time. Check out this Dartington Crystal Gintuition Glasses Set of 3 if you are fond of serving cocktails, either with ice or without.
Red Wine Glass
In order for the perfect red wine to avoid getting too warm from the touch of a hand, the glassware should have a long stem, as well as a larger and rounder bowl so that the wine can be easily swirled and help aerate it. This Dartington Crystal Just The One G&T Copa Glass is not only perfect for a good gin and tonic combo but would also go well with a fine Merlot.
Also known as the Old Fashioned glass or rocks glass, lowball glasses are typically used for short mixed drinks that are served with ice such as a neat pour of Negroni. This Animo Glass Rugby Scene Crystal Tumbler is a stunning crystal glass tumbler with a Rugby scene around the rim, hand engraved in the UK by skilled artisans. Because of the creative design and practicality, this would be a perfect gift for anyone who loves the game of rugby.
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