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No you aren’t tipsy, you’re just looking at a clever glass which holds 12 ounces of your favorite beer. Bonus points for being able to enjoy the head instead of bottle swigging like
you we usually do. Or, maybe you are plastered.
If you’re going to drink a fine scotch, you might as well drink it in a fine glass. These very special crystal glasses offer a view of the Swiss Alps whenever you take a sip of your precious elixir. Sold as a set of two.
The Whiskey Wedge lets you enjoy your favorite drinks chilled while reducing the watered down taste. It comes with a tumbler and a silicone mold that forms a wedge-shaped ice that melts slower than an ice cube.
Designed by Jonathan Aspinall, each Link Mug has a cross-shaped overhang on one side and a cross-shaped recess on the other side, allowing you to carry multiple mugs in a line without the need for a tray.
Answering the proverbial question “is the glass half-empty or half-full?” with “it’s totally full,” this split glass measures 287mL – which is actually 0.606539 U.S. pints, or .50528 imperial pints, but those didn’t roll off the tongue as well.
Machine Era Co.’s 6.7oz tumbler is made from aluminum. It has a stone wash finish and a hand sewn leather sleeve for extra insulation. Each tumbler is hand anodized and given a food-safe coating so it won’t alter the taste of your drink.
Turn any game into a drinking game with the Shot Timer. It consists of two specially designed shot glasses laid end to end with a hole in the middle to drain booze from one glass to the other. There’s also a beer glass variant. (Thanks Mike!)
Yeti Coolers’ Rambler tumblers are made from food-grade stainless steel. Their double-walled insulation keeps drinks at their optimal temperature, while their smooth lip makes them easy to drink from. Available in 20oz. or 30oz.
While we’re convinced that our whiskey tastes better when sipped from these neo-futuristic glasses, it’s probably that we just look cool. While we think the smoked glass looks best, the clear ones let you see what you’re drinking.
When these glasses start to look normal, that’s when you should call it a night. That’s because they look like they were just cleanly sliced by some beer-hating ninja. Available in pairs and come with silicone coasters.