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Whiskey Glasses

There is only one way to properly enjoy whiskey and that is in a proper whiskey glass. Served many different ways, whiskey requires a certain type of glass for all the different ways to drink it. If you are looking for whiskey glasses for yourself or someone you know, make sure you know about the types of whisky glasses, the material of the glass you are looking for, and possible features of that whisky glass.

Types of Whiskey Glasses

A fairly common whisky glass is the old fashioned, or rocks glass, which is a small glass that holds around 200 to 350 ml and serves classic cocktails. Shot glasses hold small amounts for perfect portion control. The cordial glass is another popular glass for smaller amounts of liquid with a more formal appearance. Other glasses include the highball and the snifter.

Whiskey Glasses Material

Whisky glasses either come in crystal or glass material. Crystal whiskey glasses give a fancy look and feel and are often a steeper investment. Those made of glass are more common and versatile and often mimic the feel and look of crystal glasses. It is up to your own personal taste to decide what kind of material you want for your whisky glasses.

Whiskey Glasses Features

Despite the overarching similarities in look, whisky glasses can be had with several different features that you may find useful for ownership. Some glasses come decorated with engravings or designs to represent a theme, brand, state or something else memorable. You might also find that having dishwasher safe, or double-wall glasses, is a must-have for you.

Other Kitchen and Bar Items

If you have decided on whisky glasses and want to continue browsing for items to complete your kitchen and bar, you are in luck. Barware has a variety of items to choose from, like cocktail makers, beer coasters, beer dispensers and more, so you can be sure you have everything necessary to complete your kitchen or bar.

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