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B.B. Babington
10-25-2010, 19:07
It looks like a 50mm Watch Glass is perfect for Glencairne or similar cordials glasses. A fellow just posted "on that auction site" a number of lots of 20 and they're going fast. If ya need that many. I guess that depends on how many friends ya have over or how fast you lose them.

SMOWK
10-26-2010, 09:02
They're a buck a piece here: http://www.cobhthaighceltique.com/The%20Glencairn%20Glass%20-%20Ordering.html

B.B. Babington
10-26-2010, 16:12
thanks for the site. I've seen lots of sites offering glencairnes with different distillery motifs or Isles or etc, but somehow missed the celtic dragon. I liked that one.

Of the meager few I have, my favorite is the Old Forester Prohibition glass.

When sampling and comparing different sips, I just pour a little, and often just use a small cordials glass. But if sitting outside for length of time and poured a good glencairne glassfull, a watchglass overtop really makes a difference.

silverfish
11-18-2010, 08:08
scotchwhiskyglass.com (http://www.scotchwhiskyglass.com/) has a nice selection of glasses and the Watch Glass as well.

StraightNoChaser
07-08-2011, 10:46
thanks for the site. I've seen lots of sites offering glencairnes with different distillery motifs or Isles or etc, but somehow missed the celtic dragon. I liked that one.

Of the meager few I have, my favorite is the Old Forester Prohibition glass.

When sampling and comparing different sips, I just pour a little, and often just use a small cordials glass. But if sitting outside for length of time and poured a good glencairne glassfull, a watchglass overtop really makes a difference.
How was the whiskey in the OF set? I've seen that around and have considered picking it up. Can't be too awful of a buy at $15