Are you curious about what glassware you should be drinking your gin out of? Well ponder no more because the ultimate gin glassware guide is here! No matter what your budget or your preferred tipple is, there is a perfect glass for you.
Perfect for: Gin & Tonics
The large and wide bowl of a copa glass is shaped to enhance the botanicals in the gin, enhancing the drinking experience which helps to make the perfect gin and tonic.
Perfect for: Tom Collins, Red Snapper
A highball glass is an all rounder for all long gin drinks making them versatile and functional. Load the glass up with ice and enjoy your favourite refreshing ginny tipple!
Perfect for: A Gin Martini, a Gimlet
The Martini simply wouldn’t be the same without the Martini glass. It's now synonymous with sophistication, style, and a great drink! The wide brim helps the gin open up whilst the sloping sides prevents the ingredients from separating & supports a skewer of olives.
Perfect for: A Negroni
The Old Fashioned glass or 'rocks glass' is a short tumbler usually used for serving tan spirits over ice or "on the rocks". The wide brim and thick base is so that the non-liquid ingredients can be mashed using a muddler. What better way to drink a short and strong cocktail other than in a beautiful weighted glass?
Dartington - £52 for 2 glasses
The Champagne Coupe
Perfect for: A Clover Club
The Champagne coupe is a shallow, wide saucer shaped stemmed glass which was alledgedly based on the shape of Queen Marie Antoinette! It allows the gin to aerate whilst bringing a touch of old school glamour to any occasion. Gatsby would be proud!
Waterford - £125 for 2 glasses.
The Champagne Flute
Perfect for: A French 75
A Champagne glass is a glass that oozes sophistication and hints at celebration. So of course whenever you're drinking a fizzy gin cocktail, this is the obvious choice!