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A world of unique, crafted gins

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A world of unique, crafted gins

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Our top 10 classic gin glasses for any gin lover

Our top 10 classic gin glasses for any gin lover

May 26, 2020
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Before you can begin building a perfectly crafted G&T or showing off your mixology skills with a killer gin cocktail, you need the perfect gin glass to hold it in! From beautifully cut highballs to hand-blown copa glasses, these gin glasses are just the thing to raise your bar ware to a new level - they also make the perfect treat to gift your favourite gin lover!


The world’s first glass designed for exploring gin. Designed to bring out the best of modern gins, turn up the tone on the gins of old, and elevate those gin cocktails to a level you have never tasted.

The Gin Glass
£29.63, Denver & Liely


This heavy-weight set of four Martini glasses roundly disproves the concept that a Martini must, at all times, be served up in the classic thin-stem flute.

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Stemless Martini Glass
£28 for four, Rowan & Wren


Made in collaboration with Wrześniak Glassworks, each of these sophisticated glassware pieces is unique, having been handblown, shaped and polished in traditional fashion on the Isle of Harris.

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Rippled Gin Tumblers
£23 for two, Isle of Harris Distillery


This well weighted and balanced goblet is a gin lover’s dream, a ‘one piece’ construction with a solid base which is flared in shape for stability. The wide bowl helps complement the flavours your G&T. 

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Home Bar Gin Goblet
£24 for four, Dartington


A stylish crystal glass design with the height and volume ideally suited for long-drink cocktails. This cocktail-specific glassware Bar range was based off the traditional serves for seven classic cocktails.

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Crystal Glass Highballs
£25 for two, Riedel Bar


The Giant Green Gin Glass is made for a sharing portion of your favourite gin and tonic or gin cocktail combo, with plenty of space for fruit and garnishes - but if you don’t share we won’t tell!

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Giant Green Gin Glass
£15, Oliver Bonas


Channelling a sophisticated feel with their rippled surface of the four mouth-blown, tinted glasses, the Long Drink Glasses are a natural part of an evening in good company. 

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Ripple Long Drink Glasses
€55 for four, Ferm Living


The generous bowl on these rounded glasses allows aromatic gin botanicals, mixers and citrus garnish to blend together, while the long stem prevents the hand from warming up the glass.

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House Gin Glasses
£18 for four, John Lewis


A beautiful mouth-blown and hand-finished crystal clear chalice glass crafted by skilled artisan glass blowers. The perfect size for a gin and tonic with a weighty solid glass stem and the Wessex wyvern emblazoned on the side. 

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Chalice Glass
£20, Wessex Distillery


An elegant pewter base both adds style and gives the tumbler a satisfying weight when being used. Together with the impactful stag's head adornment on both sides, it makes this tumbler a firm favourite and an eye-catching piece of giftware

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Stag Double Tumbler
£51 for two, English Pewter Company


Now that you’ve got your gin glasses, try the 5 classic gin cocktails that every drinks lover should know

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