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The Difference Between Highball & Lowball Glasses By Laura Scott Bartenders mix many drinks according to traditional recipes and they serve them in specific types of glasses depending on the ingredients. Highball and lowball glasses are two of the most common types of glassware found behind a bar. Before blender drinks and faux martinis in every flavor became popular, bartenders served most mixed drinks in a highball or lowball glass.
The beer mug is one of my personal favorites, because it’s incredibly robust, easy to use and holds a lot of beer. Common in England, Germany and the United States, this type of beer glass comes in all sizes. The main characteristic of the beer mug is its wide cylindrical shape with a handle on the side.
Heating your Cognac or Brandy Balloon Glass The traditional way to drink cognac is a balloon snifter glasss in front of a roaring fireplace with your brandy in one hand, and your cigar in the other. Your pals all around in leather arm chairs and your trusty hunting dog at your feet.
Shake up gin, lemon juice, sugar, and club soda to serve popular Tom Collins beverages in these aptly named glasses! Or mix mint, rum, lime juice, and sugar to craft a mouthwatering mojito for bar patrons. Serve up cocktails in standard glasses, or try glassware decked with designs. All drinks will look good in our frosted glasses, etched designs, and Soho style glasses. Ideal for high volume establishments, a thick, heavy base glass will keep drinks weighed town on tabletops to avoid spills.
Cordial glasses are generally used to serve expensive after-dinner liqueurs. Alternatively, they may be used to serve drinks at a party, reception or other gathering. The use of fine cordial glasses lends a touch of elegance to any gathering. Cordial glasses are smaller than a typical wine glass...
Also known as a brandy snifter, cognac glass, or balloon, a snifter is a short-stemmed glass with a wide bottom and relatively narrow top. The wider base allows room for swirling to release aromas, which then get trapped at the narrow top. A rounded bottom makes it easy to cup in your hand, simultaneously warming the liquor. Ciancio recommends ...