What are Cocktail Glasses
The so-called cocktail glass covers two definitions: first, the glass used to hold cocktails (English: glassware); second, the glass called “cocktail glass” (English: cocktail glass). Cocktails, also known as mixed drinks (English: mixed drinks), include alcoholic or non-alcoholic mixed drinks. The feature is that most cocktails need to be treated with ice or added ice, so the wine glasses used in cocktails include stemware, such as champagne. Glasses (flutes and tulips), saucers for champagne; also flat-bottomed glasses, such as old-fashioned glasses, highball glasses. Cocktail glasses, with a slender handle at the bottom and an equilateral triangle or trapezoid above, are specially designed for short-drinking cocktails. Its unique shape brews thousands of styles, making home life exude the fragrance of cocktails. Mostly made of glass material.
Cocktail Glass Classification
Liqueur glass: The capacity of the liqueur glass is only 1 OZ. It is a cup used by people to drink liqueur or some cocktails. It is also used when drinking tequila and other spirits. In the United States this cup is called Cordial.
Shot glass: It is a cup used when drinking distilled spirits other than brandy without ice. The capacity of the cup is about 1-2 OZ.
Old fashioned glass: It is the glass mainly used when drinking distilled spirits with ice. This glass is also used in classical cocktails, Negroni, etc.
Cocktail glass: Also called a martini glass, this is the most commonly used glass in cocktails. It is also the most used cup for short drink cocktails.
Champagne glass: Champagne glass is divided into two types: saucer type and tulip type. The saucer-shaped champagne glasses are suitable for short drinks, while the tulip-shaped ones are suitable for slow drinking. The mouth of the tulip-shaped cup is narrow, so that the aroma of the wine will be gathered in the cup and not easily distributed.