Lucky Shot 308 CALIBER WHISKEY GLASS | Embedded Bullet 10oz Borosilicate Rock Glass | SET (4) from
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That said, it’s particular shape isn’t the most natural to sip from. For tasting, this glass is excellent but for sipping over a long period, opt for a more sessionable glass It's also perfect for drinking whiskey straight with its unique 2-ounce pour indicator etch (the top of the triangle at the bottom measures exactly 2 ounces),” adds Voisey. Note that the larger size allows for a few chunks of ice to a dram of whiskey.
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The glass holds 4 ounces and is wider than the traditional tasting glass. This opening is designed to amplify the aromas and flavor characters of the spirit, like the delicate flavors of Japanese whisky, while avoiding the nose-numbing, overpowering ethanol scent. This design, a result of nine years of tastings and studies, also points out any potential flaws within the liquid. Each glass comes in an elegant burgundy and silver box, making it a go-to gift. If you’re looking to comparatively taste spirits, these glasses let flavors shine their brightest. Keep them on hand for documenting your notes on new bottles. Many of the world’s top tasting competitions use this Neat Glass option as their standard tasting glass, and with good reason: Each glass is thoughtfully mouth-blown from lead-free crystal. The heavier weight of the glass—similar to what you’d get from antique crystal—is also a nice touch. These glasses are incredibly durable, so try breaking these out with a rowdier crowd—the weight and cut suggests you’ve broken out your good glassware, but the durability will keep the glass intact until the last drop in the bottle.These 11-ounce glasses are made from lead-free crystalline with elegant detailing that will withstand the test of time. They're part of Waterford's Marquis line, which offers more affordable crystal pieces than the brand's other glasses. The ideal glass, so I've been told by many whisk(e)y distillers, for tasting is a stemmed glass that has a wider base than the nose, like ISO or Cordial glass,” explains Goodfellow. “You can see the spirits well—the glass tapers towards the top to concentrate the smell when you nose it, and the stem removes any unintentional heat to the spirit.”