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Types of Glassware

(1) Red Wine Glass
(1) Red Wine Glass

While you can certainly get by with one set of glasses, if you expect to drink a number of different varietals you may find that the glassware is holding back your experience, particularly if you opt to drink Red wine out of a smaller White wine glass.

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(2) White Wine Glass
(2) White Wine Glass

White Wine Glasses & Glassware Sets : Find the perfect balance of texture, aroma, flavor and acidity in wines like Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, and Riesling with our full selection of white wine glasses.

(3) Flute Glass
(3) Flute Glass

Champagne flutes are essentially the bane of people who talk with their hands. If this sounds like you, you might want to stick to a standard white wine glass. Maintaining Your Glassware One last consideration to make if you’re buying Champagne glasses is your willingness to hand-wash them (who loves dishes?).

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(4) Cocktail Glass
(4) Cocktail Glass

Add a splash of color to your bar glassware and choose a cocktail glass set that comes with a variety of vibrant colors for that tiki party. Whatever your needs, our bar glassware and cocktail glasses will make your drinks stand out and make a great impression!

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(5) Highball Glass
(5) Highball Glass

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(6) Lowball Glass
(6) Lowball Glass

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.

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(7) Irish Coffee Glass
(7) Irish Coffee Glass

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(8) Hurricane Glass
(8) Hurricane Glass

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Absinthe Glass
Absinthe Glass

Helps you to select the perfect measure of absinthe. As the most popular drink in Belle Epoque, absinthe had glasses especially designed for it. Absinthe glasses have a line or a reservoir to show the correct amount of absinthe to pour in.

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Beer Mug
Beer Mug

Pints—A pint is a cylindrical beer glass ideal for serving a wide variety of beer types. Pilsner—This glass has a straighter shape compared to tulip and snifter glasses and is ideal for lighter beers. Beer Mug—The handle on a beer mug keeps your hand away to prevent warming the glass, keeping your beer cold.

Beer Mugs
Beer Mugs

Beer glassware comprises the ... kinds of beer glassware have a stem which serves to prevent the body heat of the drinker's hand from warming the beer. Beer glasses ...

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Beer Steins
Beer Steins

Production of beer steins has become substantial in America, but the largest producer of beer steins is Ceramarte of Brazil. The most traditional area of beer stein production is the Kannenbäckerland in the Westerwald region in Germany.

Brandy Snifter
Brandy Snifter

A pipe snifter. Look up snifter in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A snifter (also called brandy snifter, brandy bowl, cognac glass, or balloon) is a type of stemware, a short-stemmed glass whose vessel has a wide bottom and a relatively narrow top.

Chalice
Chalice

A chalice (from Latin calix, mug, borrowed from Greek κύλιξ (kulix), cup) or goblet is a footed cup intended to hold a drink. In religious practice, a chalice is often used for drinking during a ceremony or may carry a certain symbolic meaning.

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Champagne Coupe
Champagne Coupe

What is a Coupe Glass? Also known as the Champagne Coupe or the Champagne saucer, the coupe is a stemmed glass featuring a broad, shallow bowl. As you may have guessed, this glass was originally developed for champagne, however changing tastes have replaced it with the fluted glass as the go-to glass for champagne drinkers.

Champagne Flute
Champagne Flute

Champagne Flutes or Glasses? The taste of Champagne is greatly affected by the shape of the glass! So in order to have the best tasting sparkling wine, here’s a little insight on how to choose the right glasses for your Champagne preference.

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Champagne Flute These are Tall Glasses
Champagne Flute These are Tall Glasses

We were delighted to see that Riedel’s new high-end glassware collection, Superleggero , includes a Champagne glass that mimics the white wine glass shape. We drink sparkling wine at least 2–3 times a week at the office and we open everything from cheap bottles of Cava to prestige Champagne. What do we use? A high-quality crystal white wine glass.

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Cocktail Glass
Cocktail Glass

A cocktail glass is a stemmed glass with an inverted cone bowl, mainly used to serve straight-up cocktails. The term cocktail glass is often used interchangeably with martini glass, despite them differing slightly.

Collins Glass
Collins Glass

A Collins Glasses will be between 8 oz. to 14 oz. with a nice 12 oz. glass being a great target size. Cocktails look delightful and fancy in this glassware, from Long Island Ice Tea, Captain Hook, Carbonated Piston Slinger and, of course, the Tom Collins.

Cordial Glass
Cordial Glass

Cordial glasses are used to serve after-dinner liqueurs and dessert wines. Though the actual bowl of the stemware is around the same size as a shot glass, the alcohol served in it is meant to be sipped.

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Glencairn Whisky Glass
Glencairn Whisky Glass

The Glencairn Whisky Glass. The Glencairn Whisky Glass is a revolutionary whisky glass that really lets one savor the taste and complexity of fine whisky. These are great to use for any of your Single Malt Whisky's, Irish Whiskey's, and also your single barrel bourbons.

Goblets & Chalices
Goblets & Chalices

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Hurricane Glass
Hurricane Glass

A Hurricane glass is a form of drinking glass which typically will contain 20 US fluid ounces (590 ml; 21 imp fl oz). It is used to serve mixed drinks, particularly the Hurricane from which it is named originating at Pat O'Brien's Bar in New Orleans.

Irish Coffee Mug
Irish Coffee Mug

Triangle 10oz, Set of 4 Large Double-wall Insulated Glass Coffee Mug with Handle, Borosilicate Glass, Tall Glass Irish Coffee Mugs, Tea Cup, Beer, Cocktail, Juice, Espresso, Latte Glasses

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Margarita Glass
Margarita Glass

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Pilsner Glasses
Pilsner Glasses

A pilsner glass is used for many types of light beers, including pale lager or pilsner. Pilsner glasses are generally smaller than a pint glass, usually in 200 ml, 250 ml, 300 ml, 330 ml or 400 ml sizes.

Pint Glasses / Shaker Pints
Pint Glasses / Shaker Pints

The glass [shaker pint] is almost perversely designed to dissipate those very items the glass should enhance — that is: to help stabilize foam and to help entrap beer aroma. Both these benefits best accrue when the glass is narrower at the top than below i.e. some variation of the tulip-shaped glass.

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Snifters
Snifters

Look up snifter in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A snifter (also called brandy snifter, brandy bowl, cognac glass, or balloon) is a type of stemware, a short-stemmed glass whose vessel has a wide bottom and a relatively narrow top.

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Tulip & Thistle Glasses
Tulip & Thistle Glasses

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Weizen Glasses
Weizen Glasses

Weizen glasses are often confused with pilsner glasses, due to their similar shape and size. The main difference between these two styles, is that the Weizen glasses have more curvature to them, especially at the top of the glass. Starting with a strong, narrow base, the glass has a distinctive curve to it as it goes up.