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WHISKEY GLASSES



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By : Cleo Lavery    29 or more times read
Submitted 2017-03-13 10:12:27
Whiskey glasses make a difference to the enjoyment of the liquor. For some time whiskey has been the most popular beverages consumed around the world. It is classed as stylish and elegant and is what Barney Stinton drinks! No matter if you enjoy decade old whiskey or one of the newer brands, it is still the unequalled favourite drink worldwide.

There are a range of glassware that is more suited to drinking whiskey than to beer and wine. How much one wishes to consume, or what mood you may be in, will determine the type of glass most suited to the occasion. The quality of the whiskey is another factor to deciding on the glass. It is noted that quality whiskey consumed by the connoisseurs is almost consumed using a quality glass.

Here is a list of whiskey glasses:

Tulip:

Known also as the Glencairn glass, the tulip glas is shapes as a tulip flower, with a rounded bottom tapered to the top and slightly fluted on the end. They are quite a tall glass compared to other whiskey glasses. People passionate about a good drop of whiskey favour the tulip glass. The design was inspired by the nosing glasses used in whiskey labs. The smaller tapered opening allows for a concentration of the scents of the whiskey, so that when you put your nose into the glass, you are able to receive the full aroma for maximum enjoyment of the whiskey. Lovers of Irish and aged whiskey favour the tulip when enjoying a drink.

Snifter:

The snifter glass has a brim but is not fluted like the tulip, although it is similar in appearance. It is slightly smaller and wider, and like the tulip gathers the aroma of the whiskey in the bowl of the glass, thus enhancing the flavour when sipped. Quality whiskey is enhanced in flavour with this glass.

Shot Glass:

Shot glasses are small and hold not more than two ounces of liquor, which is usually swallowed in one attempt. There are different shapes; however the size is usually of a similar proportion. After consuming a shot of whiskey, some drinkers often have a beer or water chaser afterward to take away the bite on the palate.

Tumbler:

An ordinary straight glass usually used for serving mixed drinks. The tumbler is sometimes known as the highball. Although the capacity isn’t specified, it usually holds seven to ten ounces of liquor. Irish whiskey and many other brands of whiskey are often served straight or over ice. Bourbon drinkers favour tumblers as it is excellent for mixed drinks that contain whiskey. Drinking whiskey straight from a tumbler doesn’t lose any of its flavour and aroma. The other type of designs just accentuate the aroma that is already there.

So when imbibing in your favourite tipple as thousands do around the world you join an elegant group with discerning taste if you use the glass most suited to your brand of whiskey. As the whiskey glasses described combine the temperature and aroma which temps your senses at the opening of the glass.

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Author Resource:- We all enjoy a nice whiskey, learn all about whiskey glasses, right here.
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