There are a variety of eau de vie glasses available for different tastes and occasions. Whether you want to sip a single malt or an overproof cognac, an eau de vie glass will enhance its flavor. Here are some examples of the different types of glasses available. The Eisch Malt Whisky Glass is designed to enhance the fruitiness of a single malt. It is also ideal for a variety of other fruity eau de vies.
When drinking eau de vie, nothing beats fine stemware. It makes the experience more pleasurable. Zalto creates some of the best stemware available. Their glasses are so fine that they almost disappear in the hand and bring you closer to the taste. They are also made of lead-free crystal, which means they rarely cloud even when washed in the dishwasher. They are also incredibly flexible and functional.
The design of these glasses was inspired by the tilt angles of the earth. Because of this, the wide bowl provides optimal surface area for the wine. Also, the angular shape means that even if you knock the glass over, it will hit the strongest part of the glass first. The same angles were used by the Romans to create food storage vessels. These angles are also important for ensuring that the eau de vie stays fresher for longer.
If you love drinking fine wine, you should try Lehmann Glass eau de vie. Made of lead-free crystal, this elegant glassware offers unparalleled brilliance, refraction, and sound. It also features packaging that is FSC certified from responsibly managed forests. And, Lehmann Glass pays special attention to waste reduction in all phases of production. Its unique design makes it ideal for both traditional and modern tasting experiences.
The Lehmann distillery is a family-run operation and one of the oldest eau-de-vie distilleries in the region. It was established by Yves Lehmann’s great-great-grandfather in 1850 and has been passed down to his father for five generations. Today, Yves Lehmann owns the company and produces a variety of spirits, including eau-de-vie. In 2000, he expanded the range to include whiskies.
Lobmeyr is one of the most revered makers of quality art glass. The company has been around for more than 200 years and has collaborated with numerous designers and artists. The company is celebrating its centennial with an exhibition titled ‘Viennese Masters Part II’ at Les Ateliers Courbet in New York. The show will look at Lobmeyr’s role in different design movements such as Biedermeier, Wiener Werkstatte and art deco. These movements were influenced by Lobmeyr’s designs and techniques.
The Lobmeyr glass has a capacity of 150 ml and a mellow alcohol flavor. It is a great glass for sampling overproof spirits because it provides a smooth drinking experience. A Golles Cherry eau de vie is best suited to this glass.
Sommeliers Cognac VSOP glass
Sommeliers Cognac VSOP is a premium cognac that is aged for at least two years in oak barrels. It is a blend of young and aged Cognacs. For the best results, choose a bottle that is at least two years old.
The barrels used to age Cognacs can vary in size. For example, Hennessy uses barrels of 350 litres. Others use barrels of 270 litres. These barrels are larger in size, which gives the finished spirit a more intense character. Cognac can be aged for 40 to fifty years in these barrels.
Lenox Tuscany’s martini glass
The Lenox Tuscany’s martinis glass is a versatile glass that is perfect for enjoying your favorite drink. It is made of durable European glass that is dishwasher safe. This glass comes with an attached stem and is perfect for serving your favorite cocktail.
Lenox Tuscany’s martinis glass has a wide base that can hold up to two ounces of eau de vie. This is an ideal cocktail glass for martinis or other mixed drinks. You can also use it for olives and cordials. The Highball Collins is another perfect glass for a variety of cocktails.
Glencairn whisky glass
The Glencairn whisky glass is a specially designed glass that was developed by the Scottish company Glencairn Crystal Ltd. It was designed by Raymond Davidson and was modeled after traditional nosing copitas used in the whisky laboratories. It is a practical glass that is also easy to hold.
This glass has a tapered mouth that helps you savor the whiskey without sloshing it. It measures 4.5 inches high and has a diameter of 2.5 inches. It holds 6.5 ounces of whisky, which is about two-thirds of a standard whiskey glass.