Different glassware for all kinds of alcoholic drinks

Lowball

A lowball glass is also called an Old-Fashioned glass. A lowball glass is a short but full glass with a very thick base. The thick base creates a wide surface area and this helps with mixed drinks remaining that way.

Highball

A highball glass is a large and tall glass. A hi ball glass is used to serve drinks that are poured over a tower of ice. These drinks have a more substantial non-alcoholic portion than otherwise. A hi-ball glass set is used to serve exceedingly popular drinks like Bloody Mary or a Mojito.

Martini Glass

Martinis used to be served in cocktail glasses or highball glasses. However, as time went on, martinis evolved to include a significant portion of vodka. To suitably cater to this new martini, the martini glass was invented. Martini glasses differ from the traditional cocktail glass by generally having a larger bowl and being fully conical at the bottom.

Margarita Glass

A margarita glass is similar to a cocktail glass, but its cone narrows into a second much thinner segment at the narrow end and has a very wide mouth.

Gin Copa Glass

Gin has gained popularity in recent times with endless flavours and combinations. Connoisseurs prefer a traditional Copa which has a large bowl and sits on a stem. The Copa is designed to trap the aromas and flavours of the gin and also allows for plenty of ice and lime into the glass to keep the drink cool and add to the flavour.

Just as individual choices in spirits are diverse, so also is the range of glassware designed to bring out the flavours, and aromas and impact your drinking experience. It is the right pairing of the two which is essential to truly enjoy your tipple.

(With inputs from thinKitchen experts)

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