Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Choose Personalised Crystal Whiskey Glasses to Show Your Guests How Much You Care

Crystal whiskey glasses are the perfect gifts for people who love to drink. They also make fantastic wedding favours. You can add a special touch to the glasses with a personal message, your initials as a couple, or even the names of the recipients. Personalised crystal whiskey glasses express thoughtfulness and can show your guests that you took your time in choosing and preparing wonderful gifts to thanks them for their attending your big day. The engraving adds a personal touch to the whiskey glass, making it a one of a kind and memorable wedding giveaway, too. Though you might find all kinds of whiskey glasses online, be sure to order from a store that specialises in engraved crystal gifts if you are having them personalised for your wedding.

Crystal is a preferred material for glasses that hold liquor. Traditional lead crystal makes a huge impact in bringing out the aroma and flavour of the whiskey. Crystal whiskey glasses come in many different shapes and designs. Below are some of your options:

‘Tumblers’ are traditional and old-fashioned whiskey glasses that can easily be filled with ice. They are versatile for serving classic cocktails. Whiskey tumblers, however, are not ideal for nosing.

If you want to give a crystal whiskey glass that can bring out the aroma of the liquor, go for a tulip-shaped glass. This shape takes after the 'copita' or Spanish drinking cup. True whiskey connoisseurs and people who love single malt whisky prefer the tulip-shaped crystal whiskey glass to allow the aroma to be concentrated on the rim, while keeping their hands away from the bowl.

Glencairn-shaped whiskey glasses can be an alternative to tulip-shaped whiskey glasses if you want to smell and swirl whiskey.

Some of the other options in whiskey glasses include ‘highball,’ which is the tall version of the tumbler and is more suitable for Scotch and other whiskey cocktails, and the ‘snifter,' which is also known as the cognac glass or brandy bowl.

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