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Glasses

Decicio Whiskey Glasses

Decicio Whiskey Glasses
$32+  Buy Comment

Beautifully handmade 8 oz. whiskey glasses made from smoked glass that accentuates the amber colors of whiskeys and tequilas. A smooth and wide bottom makes them feel great in the hand. Sold individually, in sets, or with a matching handblown decanter.

Glacier Glasses

Glacier Glasses
$50/set of 2  Buy Comment

Looking for a unique gift for the whisky aficionado in your life? JoyJolt’s bold and contemporary rocks glasses look like a block of ice that’s been split in two, then froze back in place. Each glass olds 10oz, and features a heavy, square base to prevent toppling over.

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Mitchell Spain Ceramics

Mitchell Spain Ceramics
$25-$185  Buy Comment

Mitchell Spain makes porcelain and clay glasses, shot glasses, mugs and flasks that look incredibly similar to rusted vintage cans and containers. The designs are made in Photoshop and then printed on the ceramic using a decal printer.

Pirani Party Tumbler

Pirani Party Tumbler
$12+  Pledge Comment

Brandegee Pierce wanted to make a dent in our increasing reliance on plastic. So he came up with a reusable party cup. But that’s not all. The Pirani Party Tumbler is also vacuum-insulated, so it will keep your drinks hot or cold for hours. It also comes with a lid.

Fortune Telling Beer Glass

Fortune Telling Beer Glass
$14  Buy Comment

Add a bit of interactive fun to your drinks with the Barbuzzo Mystic Pint Glass. It’s a 27oz. drinking glass that comes with a fortune teller at the bottom, similar to a magic 8-ball. The fortune teller provides 20 different answers.

Wicked Big Flip Cup

Wicked Big Flip Cup
$25  Buy Link Comment

Wicked Big Sports’ Wicked Big Flip Cup will take drinking games to a new – and messier – level. Each pack contains eight giant-sized stackable cups, each of which are 10.25″ tall and 7.75″ in diameter. You get four red cups and four white cups in a pack.

DUO All-purpose Cocktail Glass

DUO All-purpose Cocktail Glass
$36 / 2 / $64 / 4  Pledge Comment

Our cabinets are loaded with glasses for just about every type of cocktail, and frankly, it’s overkill. We love the idea of the DUO Glass – a 10 oz. glass for all kinds of drinks, with insulated double-wall construction, and a curved bottom for ice spheres. Ice molds included.

Intel Vaunt AR Glasses

Intel Vaunt AR Glasses

Intel is working on augmented reality eyeglasses designed mainly to show information. The Vaunt looks like a normal pair of glasses, and have no cameras or hardware controls. It projects a small red display directly to your eyes, just below your line of sight.

Prop.96 Whiskey Glasses

Prop.96 Whiskey Glasses
$18/set of 2  Buy Comment

We love the look of these substantial rocks glasses, made in the US from crystal-clear, lead-free glass. Their thick base contains a craggy ice formation which produces cool light and shadow effects, and provides a balanced grip.

Stormtrooper Decanter & Shot Glass

Stormtrooper Decanter & Shot Glass
$15-$27  Buy Comment

Celebrate the Empire’s rule with The Fowndry’s Stormtrooper decanter and shot glass. Both products are based on the molds that Andrew Ainsworth to create the stormtrooper helmets for Star Wars: A New Hope. The decanter holds up to 750ml of liquid.

Mighty Mug Barware

Mighty Mug Barware
$36/2pk.  Buy Link Comment

Mighty Mug brings the discreet suction cup from its insulated tumbler into plastic barware. Like the original Mighty Mug, these pint, whiskey and wine glasses are very stable on smooth flat surfaces but can be lifted straight up easily.

Yeti Rambler Bottles

Yeti Rambler Bottles
$40-$90  Buy Link Comment

Like the Rambler Tumbler and Cup, the new Rambler Bottles have wide mouths that make them easy to pour, drink and clean. They’re also made of stainless steel and have double-walled insulation and an airtight cap with a large handle. Available in 18oz, 36oz and 64oz.

Civilized Glass

Civilized Glass
$50  Buy Link Comment

A wine glass version of the Pythagoras cup, an ancient prank device. It has a leak hidden in a small column in the middle of the cup. If you fill the cup beyond the column’s height, gravity will drain all of the cup’s contents, giving you a lesson in both physics and greed.

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Tipsy Glasses

Tipsy Glasses
~$29/2pcs  Buy Comment

Loris & Livia refire off-the-shelf 250ml Duralex Picardie tumblers in a kiln to give them playfully warped forms that make each glass unique. Available in clear, amber and blue. The clear glasses are also available in 90ml size.

Yeti Rambler Lowball Cup

Yeti Rambler Lowball Cup
$25  Buy Link Comment

A double-wall insulated 10oz. cup to keep coffee hot and whiskey cool. Like the taller Rambler Tumblers, the Lowball is made of durable stainless steel, won’t make rings or sweat, and has a smooth curved rim for easy drinking.

Gentleman’s Glassware

Gentleman’s Glassware
$36/set of 4  Buy Comment

Put your juice glasses back in the cabinet and bring these glasses out instead when the company arrives. Each of these handmade glasses is dipped in a black polymer to mimic the wax seal we see on finer bottles of booze. Holds 11 ounces.

Snow Peak Silicone Glasses

Snow Peak Silicone Glasses
$25-$27  Buy Comment

Like the Silipint, Snow Peak’s silicone glasses are virtually unbreakable and are very flexible, so they’re perfect to take outdoors.  The glasses can withstand temperatures from -4°F to 390°F. Available as a 220mL wine glass, a 240mL whiskey glass or a 310mL highball glass.

Vufine Wearable Display

Vufine Wearable Display
$149+  Pledge Link Comment

A tiny 0.19″ 720p external monitor that sticks to sunglasses or prescription glasses. Use Vufine to display HD content from a variety of devices by plugging in its microHDMI cable. It lasts up to 90min. per charge.

Hopside Down Beer Glass

Hopside Down Beer Glass
$20  Buy Comment

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.

Matterhorn Glasses

Matterhorn Glasses
$50/set  Buy Comment

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.

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Whiskey Wedge

Whiskey Wedge
$18  Buy Comment

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.

Emily McDowell’s Mugs

Emily McDowell’s Mugs
$16  Buy Comment

Illustrator Emily McDowell’s funny text-heavy prints parody kitsch screen-printed mugs, with self-aware jabs, mantras that are more manic than meditative, and a hilarious mug for non-morning people.

Link Mugs

Link Mugs
$45/3 pcs.  Buy Comment

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.

Drinique Unbreakable Glasses

Drinique Unbreakable Glasses
~$6-$40  Buy Comment

Drinique stackable glassware is made from a recyclable, crystal-clear plastic called Tritan copolyester. It’s guaranteed not to crack or break, but if your purchase does get damaged Drinique will replace it for free.

Kutani Choemon Teacups

Kutani Choemon Teacups
~$59  Buy Comment

Kutani Choemon is a 130-year-old Japanese pottery shop that uses a 17th century style. But it can still keep up with us young ‘uns, as shown by its teacups that feature modern pastimes. The shop also has surfer chopstick stands.

Half-Pint Glass

Half-Pint Glass
$14  Buy Comment

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.

Bottle Opener Pint Glass

Bottle Opener Pint Glass
$13  Buy Comment

Despite bottle openers being everywhere these days, they’re still not always there when you need them. These pint glasses ensure you’ve always got one handy, since it’s built right into the base of the glass. Also opens twist-offs.

Machine Era Tumbler

Machine Era Tumbler
$60  Buy Comment

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.

The Shot Timer

The Shot Timer
$15++  Pledge Comment

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 Rambler Tumblers

Yeti Rambler Tumblers
$30-$35  Buy Link Comment

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.

Faceted Whiskey Glasses

Faceted Whiskey Glasses
$25/set of 4  Buy Comment

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.

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