If you’re looking for stability in your whiskey glasses, look no further than the Nude Chill Whiskey Glass. This glass has won both an iF Design Award and a Red Dot Design Award, and it’s not hard to see why. […]
If you’re looking for stability in your whiskey glasses, look no further than the Nude Chill Whiskey Glass. This glass has won both an iF Design Award and a Red Dot Design Award, and it’s not hard to see why. This beautiful glass features an oval, lead-free crystal glass attached to a polished marble slab, which will cool your whiskey naturally. Nude also offers other “Chill” products, like a decanter and a snack bowl, so you can build out a complete bar set. But, at $99 a glass, you may need to be serving the best whiskeys under $50. The Vinum glass looks like a mashup between the Glencairn and the Tulip-style glasses.
The large mouth makes it easy to add ice and top with whiskey. While you can find an incredible number of handsome designs, you’ll want a set that isn’t too thinly blown with a good, stable base. The Glencairn was developed by the Scottish glassware brand of the same name, with the aim of creating a glass that whisky could call its own. Borrowing its shape from a copita glass, the more bulbous base and thinner rim of the Glencairn bring out the delicate aromas of whisky. The base is nicely weighted and, because it’s crystal, it has a lovely, elegant feel.
The Ardbeg whisky glasses with Copita design come also with a lid. A lid is a nice way to keep the aromas in the glass if the whisky is abandoned japanese whiskey glasses for a while. Especially smoke whiskies and strong peated ones tend to lose the aromas, if they rest in the glass for a long time.
If you’re a fan of the 1980s cult phenomenon Blade Runner, you may recognize these whiskey glasses as the ones used by Harrison Ford on-screen. However, even if you don’t care for big-budget sci-fi masterpieces, these are still some of the most beautiful and well-built rocks glasses around. In fact, they’re actually crafted from hand-blown crystal glass in Italy. If you want to ensure your home bar stands out from the pack, these whiskey glasses are a good place to start.
With a capacity of 10-ounces, these whiskey glasses for men will hold enough of your favorite amber nectar to savor and enjoy it. Designed to feel masculine in your hand, without being too much for your lady friend, these are something all whiskey aficionados should consider for their home bar. Generally, whiskey glasses are categorized as tumblers, snifters, Glencairn, tulip, and neat. Naturally, each has distinctive qualities and looks that are designed for different purposes.
While this glass is ideal for nosing, it’s not very practical for everyday whiskey drinking. As a result, Raymond Davidson created the Glencairn, which is one of the most iconic whiskey glasses. “A copita focuses the aromas and you can swirl it around, swivel it around to get the air in there, and then nose it. In order to make a functional product for a bar, and offer aerating of the whiskey, I made the bowl more bulbous, so you can really swirl it around.
This innovative design comes from world renown Master Whiskey Distiller, Jim McEwan. In addition to providing an unmatched whisky drinking experience, the Norlan Whisky glasses are beautiful. Sets are available in either clear glass or in a flat-black finish. Their faceted base reduces the number of fingerprints left on the bowl. The Norlan Whisky glasses are double walled, and like the NEAT glasses, use science to create a proper drinking experience. We have these at our house in Ireland and Eric uses them all the time.
There are no worries and anxiety when you’re slowly sipping on a well-made, long-aged whiskey. This type of glass was created for those who enjoy their whiskey chilled. If you’ve been to a legit whiskey tasting, odds are you have sampled the wares from a Glencairn glass.