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  1. #1
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    NEW Spirits Glass

    Hello all!
    Yes this is my first post. I have been busy reading the thousands of post here and I am so thankful that I found this site. I work in the Spirits/Wine Industry and I am always looking for more info. The info contained in this site is unbelieveable, it has great insight into the world of bourbon.

    I use the CelticMalts Spirits Glass it has the feel of a medium/heavy duty glass, you can cradle it like a snifter, nose out of it(if you wish) like a copita, it has a solid base. I have attached a picture of it here.

    I also believe that there is a glass for everyone and every occasion. This glass is mostly used at home for tastings and comparisons to other spirits of the same origin with colleagues and friends.

    I posted the picture because I believe this to be a very good glass for bourbon, and I think everyone should be exposed to all the different glassware out there.

    I also want to say the link for the glasses is my site (however, the glasses are available at another site) that site is posted on my website. I have an engraving and etching business along with my reagular day job work for a distributor. I hope this dosen't break any rules if it does I apologize upfront. If anyone is interested I would like to offer a discount to all Straight Bourbon members.

    Who do I contact about a offer to donate a percentage of glasses sold to Straight Bourbon.com or a charity of its choice?

    Dave

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    Re: NEW Spirits Glass

    I looked it over and I like it but it did not say how tall it is.
    ovh

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    Re: NEW Spirits Glass

    Jim Butler is the boss here at SB. Contact him about glasses and such. Joe
    " I never met a Weller I didn't like"

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    Re: NEW Spirits Glass

    Has anyone tried this CelticMalts Spirits Glass?

    I'm looking to make my first 'all-purpose' whiskey glass and am debating this one vs the Glencairn.

    I have my bourbon glass which is a Riedel. Very nice! But I will leave it dedicated to Bourbon.

    For my other whiskies, I'd like 1 glass to fit the bill.

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    Re: NEW Spirits Glass

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarV View Post
    I looked it over and I like it but it did not say how tall it is.
    Sure it did, right underneath the picture.

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    Re: NEW Spirits Glass

    Quote Originally Posted by New2Whiskey View Post
    Has anyone tried this CelticMalts Spirits Glass?

    I'm looking to make my first 'all-purpose' whiskey glass and am debating this one vs the Glencairn.

    I have my bourbon glass which is a Riedel. Very nice! But I will leave it dedicated to Bourbon.

    For my other whiskies, I'd like 1 glass to fit the bill.
    I highly recommend the Glencairn. Prior to using the Glencairn glasses, I was using a small snifter. The difference between a snifter and the Glencairn is a noticeable improvement (IMHO).
    Mark Edwards - Proof of Sanity Forged Upon Request

 

 

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